Gamco Corp. ranks among the top architectural metal companies

January 07, 2020 - Owners Developers & Managers

Flushing, NY Leading New York regional manufacturer Gamco Corp. has once again received notable industry recognition as a Top Architectural Metal Company in North America. For the seventh year in a row, national trade periodical Glass Magazine has included Gamco in its 2019 list of 48 Top Metal Companies ranked by annual revenues, published in its November 2019 edition. Along with Gamco, this year’s list includes industry leaders Oldcastle Building Envelope, CR Laurence, Wausau Window & Wall Systems, and Graham Architectural Products.

Along with the Top Metal Companies list and accompanying report, Glass Magazine highlighted three select projects with unique and innovative uses of metal and glass. This year, a Gamco project that used Gamco’s curtain wall and metal cladding for a new private residence in Queens was highlighted.

Gamco, a New York City- and state-certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), offers one of the broadest product lines of the companies in its sales revenue category of the 2019 Top Metal Companies list. Gamco continued to expand its product and service offerings in 2019 with new dry-glazed glass entrance doors and interior glass and metal wall systems in modern and vintage styles and finishes for commercial, office, and upscale residential properties.

“We are very proud of being listed among the 48 Top Architectural Metal Companies in North America,” said Marty Biskup, sales director for Gamco Corp. “The architectural and construction communities are recognizing our custom design and production capabilities, as well as our broad range of products. Gamco is supplying prestigious projects by some of the most notable developers and builders in the region.” Current projects using Gamco products include the new Renaissance NY Chelsea Hotel, TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Queens, and multiple WeWork and other office space-sharing interiors in Manhattan.

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