Posts Tagged ‘ Marvin Window and Doors ’

Marvin N.Y. Distribution Center Closing, Merging with Recently Acquired A.W. Hastings

Nov 1st, 2019

Officials have confirmed that Marvin Windows and Doors’ facility in Cortland, N.Y., will close at the end of 2019 due to the company’s recent acquisition of distributor A.W. Hastings and Co. The N.Y. operations will be moved to the A.W. Hastings base facility in Enfield, Conn. to “streamline operations in this region,” according to a […]

Three Days Into the New Year: Mashups and Acquisitions

Jan 3rd, 2019

From diets to personal resolutions, New Years is a time of promise and renewal. And in the first days of 2019, fenestration-related companies have proven that they aren’t afraid to fatten up with new product lines and acquisitions. American Insulated Glass (AIG) announced, on January 2, that it acquired fellow insulating glass company Great Lakes […]

J. Keenan Burns Named President of A.W. Hastings

Aug 10th, 2018

J. Keenan Burns has been named president of A.W. Hastings of Enfield, Conn., Marvin Windows and Doors’ representative in New England and Eastern New York. The news comes as former President Stephen “Dusty” Hoyt announces his retirement after 45 years of service to the award-winning company. Burns, who has been with Hastings for the past […]

Marvin Names Winners in 10th Architects Challenge

Jun 6th, 2018

 The Marvin Family of Brands recently announced the winners of its 10thMarvin Architects Challenge – an annual design competition that recognizes inventive use of the company’s doors and windows in exceptional residential and commercial projects. Renowned architects Jane Frederick, FAIA, ASID; Matt Kreilich, FAIA; and Takashi Yanai, FAIA, served as judges for the competition and selected six […]

Court: Insurers Don’t Have to Pay to Settle Windows Lawsuit

May 3rd, 2018

On Tuesday, a Pennsylvania federal court ruled that nine insurance companies won’t have to pay settlements for  faulty aluminum fenestration products on behalf of Sapa Extrusions following a 2013 lawsuit involving Marvin Windows and Doors. Judge Malachy E. Mannion of the U.S. District Court of the Middle District of Pennsylvania ruled that the allegations covered […]

Integrity Names 2017 Red Diamond Achiever Award Winners

Aug 29th, 2017

Integrity Windows and Doors has named the winners of its 2017 Red Diamond Achiever Awards, an annual competition that honors exceptional work by licensed builders, remodelers and architects who use Integrity windows and doors in their projects. A panel of nationally recognized judges selected the 2017 winners. The panel included Lou Manfredini, DIY expert, Today […]

Paul Marvin Named CEO of The Marvin Companies

Aug 25th, 2017

Paul Marvin, president of Marvin Windows and Doors, today assumes the position of chief executive officer for The Marvin Companies. With the promotion, he becomes the fourth CEO in the family-owned and operated company’s 100+ year history. Paul Marvin is the first of the fourth generation within the Marvin family to hold the top post […]

Marvin Appoints New Chief HR Officer

Dec 13th, 2016

The Marvin Companies have appointed Krischelle Tennessen tothe newly created position of chief human resources officer. In her new role, Tennessen is responsible for driving the company’s long-term human resources vision and strategy. “Krischelle is an outstanding addition to our human resources team as we build upon The Marvin Companies’ rich legacy, organizational capability, proud culture […]

Marvin Products to be Featured in “This Old House”

Nov 14th, 2016

Marvin Windows and Doors is now a sponsor of the award-winning television show This Old House, currently in its 37th season on PBS. Through the partnership, more than 50 handcrafted Marvin windows will be installed during this season’s update of the Arlington House, an early English-style Arts and Crafts home built in 1909 in Arlington, […]

Marvin Wins 2016 Minnesota Family Business Award

Nov 11th, 2016

Marvin Windows and Doors was named a winner in Twin Cities Business magazine’s annual Minnesota Family Business Awards. The company, which has been family owned and operated since its founding, received special distinction in the longevity category. It was founded by George Marvin as Marvin Lumber & Cedar Co. in Warroad, Minn., in 1912. The […]