Superior design and manufacturing details recently earned Architectural Grille the coveted Best Of 2007 – Project of the Year Award, sponsored by McGraw-Hill Construction, for outstanding grilles designed for the new research facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory located in Upton, New York.
Over sixty years ago the founders of Architectural Grille began manufacturing metal products with the belief that “it’s details that count”. To that end they now incorporate both the latest state-of-the-art technology and individual hand welding to create quality grilles with unlimited design possibilities at significant cost savings for their customers.
“This award just reaffirms our belief that it really is the details that make the difference”, said Anthony Giumenta, President. “We were honored to be part of such an all around high quality building project and thank the general contractor, E.W. Howell, for the opportunity.”
Architectural Grille’s customers include general contractors, architects, luxury homebuilders, and individuals interested in restoration or new construction. In addition to the standard materials for the grilles the company is also equipped to handle custom designs specifying wood, ceramic, marble, granite and numerous other materials.
“Ninety percent of our work is custom made to order grilles in all sizes and from all materials,” Vimarie Tilelli Executive Assistant “If you can dream it or draw it, we can design and build it.”
Manufacturing in the Red Hook area of Brooklyn, New York, this third generation family owned and operated business is housed in a 55,000 square foot facility and employs fifty-two people. The entire team is dedicated to complete customer satisfaction, and according to long-time customer George Romanella, they’re doing a great job at it.
“As a professional interior designer with more than 30 years of experience in both contract and residential interiors. I have found that no matter the scale or complexity of the project, Architectural Grille products are always well crafted and their services highly professional,” attests Romanella.
Other notable building projects Architectural Grille has been involved in over the years include The World Trade Center, Trump Plaza, the Billy Graham pavilion at the New York World’s Fair, Disney World Hong Kong, and an ongoing post 911 rebuilding project at the Pentagon. Additionally their grilles can be found throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Asia.
For more information about the company and their products, or to view an online catalog visit their website at www.archgrille.com.