Windows Opens Doors of New Miami Facility
Construction Glass Industries (CGI), a manufacturer of impact resistant
windows and doors, has opened its new 110,000 square foot facility
at 10100 NW 25th Street, Miami. The new location has a manufacturing
facility plus a 2300-square-foot showroom/training area for use
by dealers, builders, architects and their clients.
The company, founded in 1992, says it was one of the first manufacturers
in the United States to offer impact resistant windows.
CGI also says it was one of the first companies to respond to the
need for significantly improved residential glazing systems created
by Hurricane Andrew. In the past five years, the company has experienced
annual growth rates of more than 33 percent each year.
"Our products feature the durability of impact resistant glass
and aluminum framing in units that look like beautiful wooden windows
and doors," says owner Flavio Quesada. "Builders, architects
and homeowners have realized that they can get beautiful aesthetics
and hurricane protection -- without shutters or screens. To meet
this increased demand and have an improved venue to showcase our
products, we opened our new facility and showroom."
CGI offers a complete line of impact-resistant windows (single hungs,
casements, project outs, and fixed units) and French doors (single
or double plus available sidelites and transoms).
"Hurricanes are a way of life in this part of the country,"
says Quesada. "We plan to keep investing our resources to help
homeowners be as safe as possible."
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