Giroux Glass announced it has moved to a new, larger office location in Fresno, Calif.
According to Giroux, the new site includes office space, as well as a shop area almost four times larger than its previous location, where it had spent the past five years.
“The larger shop area will be used for fabrication, staging and storage, all in increased demand right now, and our new office space will allow for client meetings, as we work on current projects that include the new Bullard High School and Community Regional Medical Center,” says John Smith, Fresno operations manager.
Additionally, two new partners have joined Giroux’s Fresno team. Kim Sok, a graduate of California State University, Fresno, was hired in January as project coordinator, and Gary Levi, relocating from Iowa, took on a new project manager role last week.
“We had outgrown the old space —this bigger, new shop allows us to better serve our customers, and to plan for our future expansion,” says Bob Linford, director of commercial contracts. “It’s great to know that we’ve got talented new members on our Fresno team—and I’m happy to say they’ve already hit the ground running. We’re set up and ready for yet more commercial projects.”