Aldora’s new, 120,000-square-foot facility is located in Coral Springs, Fla.

Aldora’s corporate office and one of its fabrication facilities in Florida are now combined under one roof after the company moved to a new, 120,000-square-foot facility in Coral Springs. Director of operations Sean Ryan says the new facility is approximately 35% larger than the previous fabrication site in Miramar, Fla., providing extra room for future growth.

The company will continue to fabricate architectural glass and aluminum systems at the new facility, but Ryan says a new, double-bay, 96-inch by 198-inch convection furnace will provide opportunities for improving quality, production output and efficiencies. Aldora has also added a new automated pre-glaze line and automated glass lamination line with convection.

“Florida has been a focused market for us and this move allows us to increase our overall capabilities in the state … It’s an opportunity for us to continue to grow and service customers,” says Ryan, who adds that Aldora will begin hiring new employees once the new facility has been up and running for a longer period of time.

All South Florida production, pick-up, customer service and engineering teams, along with leadership groups, now operate from the new facility. Additional products specifically include impact-rated glass doors and a variety of storefront systems.

Aldora opened a new facility in Austell, Ga., in the past two years, and Ryan says the company will soon be looking at other geographical markets in the U.S. next year.