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Goldfinch Brothers, Inc. is thrilled to be a part of another award winning project. The North Seattle clinic, Neighborcare Health, Meridian Center for Health just won an award from the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. The AIA said the winning projects address aesthetic, civic, urban and social issues as well as the needs of a health care facility.
Goldfinch Brothers is excited to support EnCity, a community that the Washington State University Solar Decathlon team is building for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2017. Goldfinch Brothers has helped cover much of the cost to get Schüco windows for EnCity. Schücco is a Goldfinch Bros. partner with a strong emphasis on sustainability and makes some of the best insulated windows on the market. Click here to learn more about EnCity.
Marvin® Windows and Doors has announced the winners of its 2016 Marvin Makes A Difference annual rewards program. Given to Marvin dealers who demonstrate outstanding achievement in sales and business development, Marvin Makes A Difference shines a spotlight on excellence in the industry and provides tools and resources to help recipients continue to maximize their success.
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Ryan Companies US is a national leader in real estate development and is the general contractor on the Group Health Long Acres Business Center in Renton, WA. On January 24, 2017 Ryan Companies US, Inc. presented Goldfinch Brothers, Inc. with the prestigious Subcontractor Safety Award for their exemplary safety record on the first phase of the Renton project, which was completed in November of 2016.
Goldfinch Brothers, Inc. was part of a team that recently restored a beautiful stained-glass window acquired by Sno-Isle Libraries. The window was leaking because of heavy rain and it was only getting worse. Even though the project was a major undertaking, Sno-Isle’s director of facilities was determined to take great care of the window. The time-consuming project involved cleaning each and every piece of glass on both sides before being put back together into specially made insulated windows.
Bullitt Center in Seattle wins Energy in Design Award in the 2016 Honor Awards competition by the American Institute of Architects Seattle Chapter.