Greco Rep Named Top 100  
Women-Owned Businesses Greco Aluminum Railings USA Inc.  
nounced that one of its product SDC has been a Greco product rep-  
representatives, SDC Architec- one of Orange County’s top women- resentative for Southern California  
reco Aluminum Railings an- County Business Journal.  
“SDC’s recent acknowledgement as  
tural Solutions Inc., was named to the owned businesses is a testament to since January 1, 2014.  
Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses in their hard work and dedication to their  
015 by Southern California’s Orange field,” says Jim Ellsworth, president of associationnews  
IGMA Focus on  
Certification and  
The Insulating Glass Manufacturers  
Boon Edam Receives Visit  
from U.S. Rep. David E. Price  
Alliance (IGMA) board of directors has  
separated its Certification and Educa-  
tion Committee into two separate and  
distinct groups.  
The new Certification Committee,  
chaired by Roland Rossman of  
Garibaldi Glass, will focus on existing  
certification program guidelines while  
developing new ones to address new  
technologies. The Education Commit-  
tee, chaired by Bill Briese of GED Inte-  
grated Solutions, will focus on IGMA’s  
educational programs and workshops.  
briefly ...  
Dorma won a 2015 Construction  
Marketing Star award from the Con-  
struction Marketing Association. The  
company’s Muto multifunctional  
manual sliding door system was se-  
lected as the “Superstar” award win-  
ner in the collateral/literature  
category … Strybuc Industries do-  
nated a portion of its November  
2015 sales, as well as contributions  
from customers, employees and  
company friends totaling more than  
$1,000 to the local chapter of the  
Alzheimer’s Association. Addition-  
ally, company employees collected  
and delivered nearly 100 pounds of  
canned and boxed foods to a local  
food drive. s  
North Carolina Congressman David E. Price (left) toured Boon Edam, where  
he saw a demo of one of the company’s entrance systems.  
illington, N.C.-based Boon Edam Inc. hosted U.S. Rep. David E. Price  
(D-N.C.), who represents the state’s Fourth Congressional District. He  
met with the management team before taking a tour of the 275,000-  
square-foot factory and the showroom to see firsthand how the products are  
manufactured and how they operate for security purposes.  
I enjoyed learning about the innovative work underway at Boon Edam’s  
Lillington facility,” Price said in a release from Boon Edam. “I am thrilled that  
Boon Edam’s expansion has created hundreds of jobs in the Fourth District,  
and I look forward to supporting the company’s ongoing relationship with  
North Carolina for many years to come.”  
USGlass, Metal & Glazing | April 2016