Graham Architectural Products (GAP) announced three new hires in Frank Soflarsky, Doug Bajack and Michael Mostris. Soflarsky joins as a support manager, Bajack a window wall/project engineer and Mostris an assistant project manager.

Soflarsky will be responsible for the machining, saw room and accessory departments. With nearly 20 years of experience as plant manager in a variety of settings, Soflarsky has held positions at the J. Walter Miller Company, Wilton Armetale, Taylor Wharton and, most recently, Crescent Brass Manufacturing Company. Soflarsky also served as a manufacturing engineer at Harley Davidson and DONSCO. He received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and his MBA from Penn State University.

Bajack is working out of the company’s New Castle office as part of the sales support team. He assists with project specific details and solutions for window wall applications and also provides technical support to manufacturing, project management and GAP customers.

He brings years of experience to Graham, most recently working for YKK as the product application/design engineer, while also providing fenestration consulting through his own business, DCS Architectural Fenestration Consulting. Bajack also worked for TRACO for 15 years in numerous positions, concluding his time there as senior design/project engineer.

He received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.

In Mostris’ new role, he will assist with parts orders, delivery slip submittals and general communication with the company’s internal and external customers to ensure projects are accurate and on time. Mostris started at Graham in March of 2012 in the machine room and more recently worked part-time in the production control department.