Unicel co-presidents Samuel Doyon-Bissonnette and Vincent Couturier will join Allegion and serve within the Allegion Americas non-residential business. Photo: Unicel.

Allegion has acquired Quebec, Canada-based Unicel Architectural Corp., a manufacturer of glass, timber and aluminum building solutions. Unicel’s products are primarily sold across Canada and the U.S. and installed in healthcare, education, government and other non-residential facilities.

Per the acquisition, Unicel Architectural will operate as part of the Allegion Americas segment, led by Dave Ilardi, Allegion’s senior vice president.

“Unicel Architectural is a natural extension of Allegion’s core business, especially in institutional markets,” says Ilardi. “This strategic combination will strengthen our portfolio of solutions and expand our specification capabilities. We will provide meaningful differentiation for customers with more comprehensive offerings.”

Unicel co-presidents Samuel Doyon-Bissonnette and Vincent Couturier will join Allegion and serve within the Allegion Americas non-residential business.

“We’ve had a long-standing partnership with Allegion brands Technical Glass Products, AD Systems and Stanley Access Technologies,” says Couturier. “This is an exciting evolution of our work together, one that means our customers can expect even more premium products and experiences.”

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