Volume 50, Issue 3 - March 2015

Top of Their Game

USGlass Magazine’s 2014 Ranking
of the Nation’s Top Contract Glaziers

By all accounts, 2014 proved a pretty good year for the contract glazing industry. As you will see in this year’s ranking of the top companies, many saw significant increases in sales and backlog. Take a look at the box on page 33 for an overview of how the positions of some companies have shifted over the past three years.

One notable return is Dallas-based Haley-Greer at No. 11. The company was missing from the list last year and ranked No. 17 in 2013.

Also impressive is the move by Houston-based Admiral Glass from No. 12 last year to No. 8 this year. The company reported $60.5 million in annual sales compared to $46 million last year.

Absent this year is Gamma North America. The company came on strong in 2013, holding the No. 6 position for two years. Also not listed is Gary, Ind.-based Crown Corr. The company was ranked No. 14 last year and No. 23 the year prior.

The information listed in this section is derived from a number of sources, including submissions from the companies themselves, industry interviews, as well as our own estimates. Annual sales listed include volume for both commercial and residential work only. The backlog change refers to the increases or decreases in reserved projects from 2013 to 2014. This is included only when provided by the company. Companies are ranked based on their 2014 annual sales; in the case of a tie, we used the reported backlog to determine those rankings.
When not available, annual commercial sales were estimated.**


#1 Permasteelisa North America Corp.
Windsor, Conn.
www.permasteelisagroup.com
President/CEO: Claudio Daniele, chief operating officer
Years in business: 24
Number of employees: 1,000+
2013 annual sales: $467 million *
*This number is estimated based on
Permasteelisa Group’s 2013 Annual
Report, issued April 14, 2014. When
converting from euros to dollars,
we did so using the listed exchange
rate on the day the report was released.

#2 Enclos
Eagan, Minn.

www.enclos.com
President/CEO: Gregg Sage
Years in business: 69
Number of employees: 600
Locations: 10
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $271.5 million
Backlog change: Increased

#3 Harmon Inc.
Bloomington, Minn.

www.harmoninc.com
President/CEO: Brad Austin
Years in business: 60
Number of employees: 620
Locations: 14
% commercial work: 95
% residential:
5
2014 annual sales:
$220 million
Backlog change: Increased 27 percent

#4 Walters & Wolf
Fremont, Calif.

www.waltersandwolf.com
President/CEO: Randy Wolf
Years in business: 38
Number of employees: 733
Locations: 5
% commercial work: 92.9
% residential: 7.1
2014 annual sales: $212.5 million
Backlog change:
Increased 95 percent

#5 W&W Glass LLC
Nanuet, N.Y.

www.wwglass.com
President/CEO: Mike, Jeff, Scott and Howard Haber
Years in business: 37
Number of employees: 175
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $110 million
Backlog change: Doubled


W&W Glass has taken on a number of high-end glazing projects lately, including the recently completed 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York.

#6 Architectural Glass & Aluminum
Livermore, Calif.
www.aga-ca.com
President/CEO: John Buckley
Years in business: 44
Number of employees: 300
Locations: 3
% commercial work: 62
% residential: 38
2014 annual sales: $108 million
Backlog change:
Increased 20 percent


Galaxy Glass and Aluminumís scope covered both interior and exterior installations for Schneider Electric in Andover, Mass.

#7 Karas & Karas Glass Co. Inc. – Contract Division
South Boston, Mass.
www.karasglass.com
President/CEO: Joseph Karas
Years in business: 91
Number of employees: 80+
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $70.1 million
Backlog change: Increased 60 percent

#8 Admiral Glass
Houston, Texas

www.admiralglass.net
President/CEO: Les Craft
Years in business: 31
Number of employees: 365
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 98
% residential: 1
2014 annual sales: $60.5 million
(includes less than 1 percent auto)
Backlog change: Increased 22 percent

#9 Massey’s Plate Glass & Aluminum Inc.
Branford, Conn.
www.masseysglass.com
President/CEO: Robert J. Massey Jr.
Years in business: 42
Number of employees: 200
Locations: 3
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $57 million
Backlog change: Increased


Galaxy Glass and Aluminumís scope covered both interior and exterior installations for Schneider Electric in Andover, Mass.

#10 Architectural Wall Systems Co.
West Des Moines, Iowa

www.archwall.com
President/CEO: Mike Cunningham
Years in business: 24
Number of employees: 100
Number of locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales:
$52.6 million
Backlog change:
Increased 16.5 percent

#11 Haley-Greer Inc.
Dallas, Texas

www.haleygreer.com
President/CEO: Letitia H. Barker
Years in business: 36
Number of employees: 150
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $49 million
Backlog change: Increased

#12 Alliance Glazing Technologies
Romeoville, Ill.
www.allianceglazing.com
President/CEO: Brian Filipiak
Years in business: 25
Number of employees: 175
Locations: 3
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $44.2 million
Backlog change: Increased 35 percent

#13 Kovach Inc.
Chandler, Ariz.

www.kovach.net
President/CEO: Scott Bourdo
Years in business: 45
Number of employees: 220
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $40 million
Backlog change: Increased 150 percent


Kovach was responsible for the glazing installation at College Avenue Commons in Tempe, Ariz.

#14 TSI Corporations
Upper Marlboro, Md.

www.tsicorporations.com
President/CEO: Peter Cornellier
Years in business: 38
Number of employees: 177
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 75
% residential: 25
2014 annual sales: $40 million
Backlog change: Increased 18 percent

#15 Ajay Glass Co.
Canandaigua, N.Y.

www.ajayglass.com
President/CEO: Demetrios G.
Stathopoulos, CEO; Steve Stathopoulos, President/COO
Years in business: 56
Number of employees: 120
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $32.6 million
Backlog change: Decreased 3 percent
States Most Represented on the List
Top 5 Companies
by Employees
Top 5 Companies
by Locations
Permasteelisa 1,000+ Permasteelisa 50+
Walters & Wolf 733 Harmon Inc. 14
Harmon Inc. 620 Enclos 10
Enclos 600 Dothan Glass Co. Inc. 5
H.J. Martin & Sons 600 Giroux Glass 4


We Asked, Contract Glaziers Answered:
What are you optimistic about?


Improvement in the national and regional economy.
—Bacon and Van Buskirk

We look forward to continuing the relationships between our company and the trusted contractors …
—Commercial Contractors Inc.

The amount of invitations to bid has increased significantly, showing that business is definitely on the upswing.
—Discount Glass & Mirror Inc.

Increase in conservative influence in our national government.
—Dothan Glass Co. Inc.

With an increase in our backlog and some new faces in the company, we are excited to continue to grow.
—Forno Enterprises Inc.

We are optimistic about 2015 because we believe what’s to come is better than what has been.
—Glass Designers Inc.

The market has improved on a national level. We are fortunate to have relationships with nationwide general contractors who request us on their projects. We see this continuing in 2015 … -
—H.J. Martin & Son Inc.

The number of project opportunities.
—Metropolitan Glass Inc.

We are very optimistic about the opportunity for growth within the industrial and health care markets. -Midway Glass & Metal Installers Inc.Continued economic growth.
—Miller Glass & Glazing

More companies are renovating, and as the economy improves, so does consumer confidence and spending.
—Riccia Enterprises

We are optimistic to create further architectural landmarks.
—seele Inc.

Increase in private work and loosening of budgets for commercial retrofits.
—Tab Glass & Window

Continued recovery in our economy.
—TEPCO Contract Glazing Inc.

A significant quantity of viable projects with quality
developers, architects and contractors.

—W&W Glass LLC

Market continues to recover.
—Harmon Inc.

Backlog and more opportunities, from what we’ve been hearing.
—Ace Glass

Increased construction and more opportunities.
—Crawford-Tracey Corp.

Forecast for increase in private sector work.
—SPS Corp.

Our budget is $65 million.
—Kovach Inc.

The economy continues to improve and our backlog has reached a ten-year high. We are optimistic for continued growth throughout and beyond 2015. –Giroux Glass Inc.
The market outlook remains strong with sizable projects.

—Egan Co./InterClad

Philly is hot in 2015.
—Eureka Glass

Continued growth in commercial and medical facilities.
—Admiral Glass

Projects continue to come online. We see 2015 as a
continued year of growth for the economy.

—Ajay Glass Co.

2015 glass projects will increase more than 2014.
—Palm Beach Glass Specialties Inc.

We are seeing an increase in activity on more
sophisticated facades where the client/end user is as much interested in “value” as they are “price.” This will allow contractors and suppliers to trade more on quality and capability, and make it possible to allow the
continued depressed pricing to rebound.  

—National Enclosure Co. LLC



#16 seele Inc.
New York, N.Y.

www.seele.com
President/CEO: Christoph Unmann
Years in business: 14
Number of employees: 42
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $32 million
Backlog change:
Increased 40 percent

#17 Heinaman Contract Glazing
Lake Forest, Calif.

www.heinaman.net
President/CEO: John Heinaman, chairman/CEO; Tom Howhannesian, president.
Years in business: 26
Number of employees: 90
Locations: 2
2014 annual sales: $29.9 million**

#18 Cherry Hill Glass Co. Inc.
Branford, Conn.

www.cherryhillglass.com
President/CEO: Kevin O’Neill
Years in business: 22
Number of employees: 90
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 95
% residential: 5
2014 annual sales: $29.5 million
Backlog change: Increased 20 percent

#19 Giroux Glass Inc.
Los Angeles, Calif.

www.girouxglass.com
President/CEO: Nataline Lomedico
Years in business: 69
Number of employees: 151
Locations: 4
% commercial work: 80
% residential: 20
2014 annual sales: $27.6 million
Backlog change: Increased 78 percent

#20 SPS Corp.
Apex, N.C.

www.spscorporation.com
President/CEO: Michael J. Russo
Years in business: 33
Number of employees: 90
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $26.9 million
Backlog change: Increased 15 percent

#21 Champion Metal & Glass Inc.
Hauppauge, N.Y.
www.championmetalglass.com
President/CEO: Ali Ghahremani
Years in business: 20
Number of employees: 124
Locations: 1
2014 annual sales: $26 million**

#22 LCG Facades
Salt Lake City, Utah

www.lcgfacades.com
President/CEO: Kris Standiford
Years in business: 8
Number of employees: 120
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $26 million
Backlog change: Increased 8 percent

#23 Glass Solutions Inc.
Elmhurst, Ill.

www.gsichicago.com
President/CEO: Andy Hill
Years in business: 16
Number of employees: 57
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: 22.7 million
Backlog change: Increased 90 percent


Giroux Glass’ Murrell
Passes the Torch
with Confidence

Anne-Merelie Murrell stepped down as chief executive officer of Giroux Glass in January after 24 years in that role. That move opened the door for CFO Nataline Lomedico, who has been with the company for 14 years, to take the reins as CEO.

“I’m completely honored that Anne-Merelie has the confidence to allow me to take on this role,” says Lomedico, who adds that 14 years ago, it was Murrell’s “enthusiasm and integrity” that drew her to Giroux Glass. A decade and a half later, Lomedico says the manner in which that ambition and integrity is reflected in the company is what’s kept her there.

Murell, meanwhile, is now focusing on her role as chairman of the board, which will continue to keep her plenty busy.

Murrell says Giroux Glass did an “intensive search,” both outside and inside of the company, for CEO candidates. She says the search spanned approximately two years, though as time went on, it became evident that she didn’t have to look too far.

“Through this search, we realized that the strongest people for the job were within our own company—and the person was Nataline,” says Murrell. “She’s guided us through many financial decisions, and because of her vitality, dedication, vision and strength, she has the admiration and excitement from our peers … I felt we really should look into every avenue, and we did, so I feel very comfortable having Nataline as our leader.”

Lomedico says her vision for the structure of the company can be summed up in one word: “accountability.”

“Our structure is about being a leader as an individual and accountability,” she says. “We don’t have an organizational chart—we have an accountability chart. The importance isn’t the title, but rather what each and every partner is responsible for. It’s not a ‘reporting to’ structure, it’s a ‘reporting through’ structure.”

When Murrell purchased the company in 1991, Giroux Glass had $800,000 in sales and 10 employees. It was primarily an on-call service business. Shortly after the purchase, Giroux added specialty work in commercial contracts and high-end design to its repertoire, as well as high-end residential properties.

Since then, the company has grown to become one of the country’s largest glazing and curtainwall firms, and had its highest sales year of $75 million in 2009. This year, it reported $27.6 million and ranks No. 20 on USGlass magazine’s list of the nation’s top contract glaziers—that’s an increase from 2013, when it was ranked No. 22 with sales of $23 million.

“We have new visions and new energy, and [Lomedico] is going to take this company to well over $100 million within 10 years,” says Murrell. “It’s very exciting for me.”

According to both Murrell and Lomedico, the company, which is primarily employee-owned, prides itself on the enthusiasm of its employees and partners. “We are a ‘we’ team, not an ‘I’ team,” says Lomedico.

Murrell says the integrity of the company was demonstrated during the most recent recession, which provided for a few bumps in the road.

“Many people went out of business, and many went bankrupt. But we would not,” she said. “We said, ‘we’re going to make it through.’ We had the fortitude and moral obligation to take care of all customers and vendors, and I think that says a lot for the integrity of our company. We would not yield to any negative situations to the economy, and we carry on. This is something I feel very proud about—the stability of our people here.

“Not everything is always smooth sailing, but we had the unity of a group that stayed together in a troubled time, and we now have the strength to say that ‘nothing can take us down, nothing can keep us from going forward.’ We can hold our heads high in the glazing community as a company that can be relied upon.”

There’s certainly no shortage of work of late for Giroux, which is currently working on a $10 million project at Los Angeles International Airport. It also has an ongoing $3.5 million courthouse job in Madera, Calif., and a $1.4 million hospital project in Tehachapi, Calif., among other large non-residential jobs.

On the private residential front, Giroux is on a $4 million job for a 42,000-square-foot home in Malibu, as well as a couple of other $1.5-million-plus projects in high-end California neighborhoods.

“I’m very excited,” says Murrell, “very excited about the future.”
We Asked, Contract Glaziers Answered:
... And What’s Got You Worried?


I’m not worried about anything in 2015; I trust in God. However, I’m concerned about making sure the changes I make will not repeat the mistakes that were made the year before.
—Glass Designers Inc.

Our customers expect schedules to always be met. Lead times from our vendor partners have lengthened within the past year, and we see this as a challenge going into 2015.
—H.J. Martin & Son Inc.

Finding qualified individuals to fill many positions.
—Metropolitan Glass Inc.

Can the construction industry sustain the growth we saw in 2014? -Midway Glass & Metal Installers Inc.
Finding qualified labor that meets our standards.

—Miller Glass & Glazing

Health care costs.
—Riccia Enterprises

We are concerned that our services will forgo quality and innovation for the sake of cost.
—seele Inc.

Material lead times and actual shortages.
—Tab Glass & Window

Skilled labor shortage.
—TEPCO Contract Glazing Inc.

Continued material costs increases, unreasonable energy surcharges and compressed project schedules.
—W&W Glass LLC

The shortsightedness of some of our government officials to understand that their personal agendas carry a
significant impact on our businesses … I also hope that Wall Street does not get greedy as we experience upturn
success. Nevertheless, after a 45-year tenure in the glazing industry, I believe that some of the wisest individuals in the construction business are in the glazing industry, and I have no worries about our trade going into 2015.

—Juba Aluminum Products Co. Inc.

Increased national competitors in the regional market.

—SPS Corp.

Concern over increasing glass and aluminum costs, as well as glass lead times and availability.
—D-M Products Inc.

During growth periods, we are challenged with finding quality new hires both in the office and field. There is a shortage of individuals entering the glazing industry.
—Giroux Glass Inc.

Profit margins, lack of skilled labor and material lead times.
—Hale Glass

Terrorism within the U.S.
—Eureka Glass

Increased lead times for material procurement.
—Ajay Glass Co

Projects are being fast-tracked here in Houston. We are concerned about manufacturers’ lead times being extended due to the boom in the rest of the country.
—Admiral Glass

Accepting too many projects. If we are over capacity, this could cause the company harm if we are unable to compete with quality, [maintain] timely cash flow and [work] in a professional manner, so we are watching carefully not to be over capacity.
—Palm Beach Glass Specialties Inc.

We are worried that there is continued downward pressure on pricing, even though we are seeing more complicated facades as well as shortages of materials in certain areas. We also see firms stretching out of their comfort zones and taking on projects they are not qualified for. This is resulting in the number of failures in which bonding companies are brought in to finish. The industry as a whole must act smarter, and develop a more disciplined approach to the market, and demand more appropriate margins for the risks that we are asked to undertake.
—National Enclosure Co. LLC

Labor shortages.
—Cherry Hill Glass Co. Inc.



#24 Juba Aluminum Products Co. Inc.
Concord, N.C.
www.jubaproducts.com
President/CEO: John Juba, founder/CEO; Janna J. Riley, president
Years in business: 21
Number of employees: 90
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $22.5 million
Backlog change: Increased 27 percent

#25 National Enclosure Co. LLC
Ypsilanti, Mich.

www.nationalenclosure.com
President/CEO: David Sauld, president; Don Quinn, CFO
Years in business: 57
Number of employees: 100
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $21.6 million

#26 Metropolitan Glass Inc.
Denver, Colo.

www.metroglass.com
President/CEO: Michael Smith
Years in business: 51
Number of employees: 110
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 95
% residential: 5
2014 annual sales: $20.3 million
Backlog change: Increased 32 percent

#27 TEPCO Contract Glazing Inc.
Dallas, Texas

www.tepcoglass.com
President/CEO: William C. Keen
Years in business: 32
Number of employees: 121
Locations: 3
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $20.1 million
Backlog change: Increased 7.5 percent

#28 R & R Window Contractors Inc.
Easthampton, Mass.

www.rrwindow.com
President/CEO: Roger A. Fuller
Years in business: 37
Number of employees: 83
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $20 million
Backlog change: Increased 19 percent

#29 Alexander Metals Inc.
Nashville, Tenn.

www.alexandermetalsinc.com
President/CEO: Alec T. Estes
Years in business: 23
Number of employees: 95
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $19 million
Backlog change:
Increased 30 percent

#30 Koch Corp., a Strong Tower Company
Louisville, Ky.

www.kochcorporation.com
President/CEO: Benjamin Feinn
Years in business: 78
Number of employees: 74
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $18.2 million
Backlog change: Increased

#31 D-M Products Inc.
Bethel Park, Pa.

www.dmproductsinc.com
President/CEO: Richard Macurak
Years in business: 41
Number of employees: 28
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $18 million
Backlog change:
Increased 200 percent

#32 H.J. Martin & Son Inc.
Green Bay, Wis.

www.hjmartin.com
President/CEO: Edward N. Martin
Years in business: 84
Number of employees: 600
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $17.7 million
(glass and glazing division only)
Backlog change: Increased 5 percent

#33 Miller Glass & Glazing
Pompano Beach, Fla.

www.millerglass.biz
President/CEO: Sid Miller
Years in business: 21
Number of employees: 85
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $15 million
Backlog change: Increased 50 percent

#34 Egan Co./InterClad
Plymouth, Minn.

www.eganco.com
President/CEO: Jim Malecha
Years in business: 15
Number of employees: 50
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $14 million
Backlog change: Increased 50 percent

#35 Commercial Contractors Inc.
Anchorage, Alaska
www.alaskacci.com
President/CEO: Jacob Petersen
Years in business: 51
Number of employees: 11
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $14 million
Backlog change: Decreased 10 percent

#36 Dothan Glass Co. Inc.
Dothan, Ala.

www.dothanglass.com
President/CEO: Earl G. Pitman Jr.
Years in business: 83
Number of employees: 135
Locations: 5
% commercial work: 70
% residential: 18
2014 annual sales: $14 million
(Includes 9 percent auto)
Backlog change: Decreased 25 percent

#37 Specified Systems Inc.
Canonsburg, Pa.

www.specifiedsystems.com
President/CEO: William K. Wilson
Years in business: 23
Number of employees: 29
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 98
% residential: 2
2014 annual sales: $13.8 million
Backlog change: Increased 18 percent

Moving Through the Ranks
Company
Ranking
 
2014
2013
2012
Permasteelisa
1
1
1
Enclos
2
4
3
Harmon
3
2
2
Walter & Wolf
4
3
4
W&W
5
5
5
Architectural Glass & Aluminum
6
7
7
Karas & Karas
7
8
11
Admiral Glass & Mirror
6
12
14
Massey’s Plate Glass & Aluminum
9
9
10
Architectural Wall Systems
10
13
15

#38 Galaxy Glass & Aluminum Inc.
Manchester, N.H.

www.galaxyglass.biz
President/co-owner: Dan Simpson; vice president/co-owner: Mark Brown
Years in business: 25
Number of employees: 56
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $13.8 million
Backlog change: Increased 10 percent


Galaxy Glass and Aluminumís scope covered both interior and exterior installations for Schneider Electric in Andover, Mass.

#39 Crawford-Tracey Corp.
Deerfield Beach, Fla.

www.crawfordtracey.com
President/CEO: Raymond Crawford
Years in business: 59
Number of employees: 70
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 95
% residential: 5
2014 annual sales: $13 million
Backlog change: Increased 42 percent

#40 Palm Beach Glass Specialties Inc.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
www.pbglass.com
President/CEO: Jodie Kenney
Years in business: 27
Number of employees:
34
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 60
% residential: 40
2014 annual sales: $12.2 million
Backlog change:
Increased 36 percent

#41 Ace Glass
Little Rock, Ark.

www.aceglass.net
President/CEO: Courtney Little
Years in business: 29
Number of employees: 130
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 80
% residential: 20
2014 total annual sales:
$11.8 million
Backlog change:
Increased 50 percent

#42 Glass Designers Inc.
Chicago, Ill.

President/CEO: John Luckett
Years in business: 34
Number of employees: 31
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales:
$10.5 million
Backlog change:
Increased 28 percent

A Look Back at Top Companies’ Annual Sales
Over the Past Three Years
Company
2014
2013
2012
Admiral Glass
$60.5 million
$46 million
$45 million
Architectural Glass & Aluminum
$108 million
$82 million
$72.4 million
Architectural Wall Systems
$52.6 million
$44 million
$44 million
Enclos
$271.5 million
$173.4 million
$160 million
Gamma North America
N/A
$89.5 million
$90 million
Harmon Inc.
$220 million
$197 million
$180 million
Haley-Greer Inc.
$49 million
N/A
$35 million
Karas & Karas Glass Co. Inc.
$70.1 million
$52.6 million
$49 million
Massey’s Plate Glass & Aluminum Inc.
$57 million
$52 million
$51 million
TSI / Exterior Wall Systems Inc.
$40 million
$50.4 million
$51.8 million
Walters & Wolf
$212.5 million
$178.9 million
$140.3 million
W&W Glass LLC
$110 million
$100 million
$90 million

#43 Eureka Glass
Philadelphia, Pa.

www.eurekaglass.com
President/CEO: Terry Web
Years in business: 60
Number of employees: 45
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 99
% residential: 1
2014 annual sales: $10.5 million
Backlog change:
Increased 10 percent

#44 Bacon & Van Buskirk
Champaign, Ill.

www.bvbglass.com
President/CEO: Rod Van Buskirk
Years in Business: 78
Number of Employees: 49
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 80
% residential: 20
2014 annual sales: $10 million
Backlog change:
Increased 5 percent

#45 Hale Glass Inc.
Placentia, Calif.

www.haleglass.com
President/CEO: Gloria Hale
Years in business: 37
Number of employees: 43
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $9.9 million
Backlog change: Increased 10 percent

#46 Key Glass LLC
Bradenton, Fla.

www.keyglass.com

President/CEO: Greg Burkhart
Years in business: 23
Number of employees: 45
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 98
% residential: 2
2014 total annual sales: $9.1 million
Backlog change: Increased 6%


Key Glass spent more than 8,500 employee hours working on the glazing installation at the Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota, Fla.

#47 Aragon Construction Inc.
Montclair, Calif.

www.aragonconstruction.com
President/CEO: Joe Aragon
Years in business: 14
Number of employees: 30-100
Locations: 2
% commercial work: 100
2014 annual sales: $8.7 million

#48 Discount Glass & Mirror Inc.
San Diego, Calif.
www.discountglassandmirror.com
President/CEO: Anthony Bortz
Years in business: 27
Number of employees: 54
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 39
% residential: 61
2014 annual sales: $7.6 million
Backlog change:
Increased 18 percent

#49 Forno Enterprises Inc.
Trout Creek, N.Y.

www.fornoenterprises.com
President/CEO:
Michael Spaccaforno
Years in business: 27
Number of employees: 28
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 98
% residential: 2
2014 annual sales: $7.2 million
Backlog change:
Increased 30 percent

#50 Tab Glass & Window
Clearwater, Fla.

www.tab-glass.com
President/CEO: Carl D. Miller
Years in business: 34;
Number of employees: 27
Locations: 1
% commercial work: 99
% residential: 1
2014 annual sales: $3.8 million
Backlog change:
Increased 25 percent



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