Dallas-based Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope has acquired Midwest Glass Fabricators, a leading glass fabricator in the Midwest.
Founded by the Iaquinto family in 1989, Midwest Glass is headquartered in Highland, Michigan and specializes in manufacturing commercial and consumer architectural glass products. No financial details were released.
“Midwest Glass has built an impressive business rooted in exceptional product quality, reliability and customer service,” Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope CEO Bruno Biasiotta said in a statement. “Our customers and partners will benefit from the combined expertise of OBE and Midwest Glass through a broader portfolio of products, expanded geographic coverage, and access to OBE’s industry-leading tools and services.”
Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope is North America’s leading vertically integrated manufacturer, fabricator, and distributor of architectural hardware, glass, and glazing systems.
“Joining OBE is a transformational milestone for Midwest Glass. This partnership will provide growth opportunities for our employees and enhance our ability to continue serving our loyal customer base built over three decades,” Midwest Glass co-founder Pat Iaquinto said in a statement.
“We are thrilled to welcome Midwest Glass and its dedicated employees to the OBE family,” Biasiotta said. “This acquisition further demonstrates OBE’s proven track record of successfully partnering with family-owned businesses and providing them with strategic capital and resources required to pursue future growth opportunities.”
In October, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope launched Reliance-TC LT as an extension of its Reliance range of curtain wall solutions. The company’s curtain walls—huge walls of glass for building exteriors—can be seen locally at sites like The Star in Frisco and Globe Life Field in Arlington.
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