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.
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Goldfinch Brothers, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Howell to the position of Controller. Jennifer joined the company in mid-2015 and rapidly gained recognition for her ability to analyze processes and propose solutions to assist the company during a period of rapid growth.
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.
Goldfinch Bros., Inc., glass and glazing company, recently sent their congratulatory message to Everett Community College on opening windows of opportunity in the local community for 75 years in the The Daily Herald.
Goldfinch Bros., Inc. announced today that Scott Murphy has been promoted to President of the Company. Mr. Murphy joined the Company in 2008 as Chief Operating and Financial Officer.
A Goldfinch Window project. Waves flow through the building to save it from being washed away (and it’s earthquake-proof too).
Located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, the $18.5 million Bullitt Center office building opened on Earth Day, and boasts that it is the greenest commercial building in the world.
Bullitt Center, Seattle, Washington, USA: Dow Corning products and expertise have helped designers, fabricators and builders put this six-story, 50,000 square-foot building on its way to becoming the world’s most energy-efficient commercial building.