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Goldfinch Bros., Inc. recently installed curtain wall for the passenger terminal at Paine Field in Everett. The project, which is on schedule, is showing progress toward completion. The two-gate terminal will have up to 24 daily departures from Everett offered by Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines. GBI was very excited to be a part of this local project.
Fire-rated glazing is very different than it was a few year ago. Higher code standards and customer demands for higher levels of security have driven innovation. Juno Therapeutics in Seattle is a project that demonstrates the performance and aesthetic qualities fire-rated glazing now offers.
Goldfinch Bros., Inc. is proud to have been on the team that completed the Steve Ballmer Global Innovation Exchange Building — also known as GIX. This 100,000 Sq Ft research facility is at 12280 N.E. District Way in Bellevue’s Spring District. Goldfinch Bros., Inc. completed the facility’s exterior curtain wall as well as the interior tenant improvements. GBI worked on this project with general contractor, Lease Crutcher Lewis, the architect, nbbj, and the owner, Wright Runstad. Read more on the project here at gix.uw.edu/locations and at djc.com.
Everett, Washington, January 19, 2018 – Goldfinch Bros., Inc. announced the hiring of another member of the 6th generation Goldfinch family this month. Sean Goldfinch joins his cousins, Joe and Jenae as the third 6th generation team member at Goldfinch Bros.
On November 3, 2017, three generations of the Goldfinch family and team gathered to celebrate 125 years serving Everett and the greater Northwest region. Approximately 140 employees and family and friends of employees gathered to enjoy a catered dinner followed by a Silvertips game at the Edward D. Hansen Conference Center.
The dinner included the unveiling of the Goldfinch Bros. 125 Year Video and a raffle of GBI gear and gift cards. You can view the video here! It was a great evening to gather and celebrate each other, the longevity of the company and toast to the future.
After dinner the party moved to the Octane Lounge to watch the Silvertips win 3-1!
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.