York, Pa.-based Graham Architectural Products (GAP) has added four new associates: Warren Conrad, Brian Sourber, Pamela Hoebeke and Evan Alvarez.

As the company’s new assembly supervisor of its orange line, Conrad will plan and assign work, implement policies and procedures, and recommend improvements in production methods, equipment, operating procedures and working conditions.

For the past eight years, Conrad has owned A.S.A.P. Glass and Mirror in Red Lion, Pa. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in business from the University of Texas at Austin and is also OSHA-certified for construction safety and health.

Meanwhile, Sourber has joined GAP as production planner/buyer in the production control department. In this role, Sourber will plan and prepare production schedules for manufacturing, as well as assist buyers for procurement and distribution of materials.

As an intern this past summer, Sourber worked on warehouse management, capacity planning, and purchasing overview. He graduated from Shippensburg University, where he majored in supply chain management.

Hoebeke is filling the new position of purchasing assistant, where she will process non-conformances and expedite materials and purchase order acknowledgements. Her prior positions included service contracts associate and administrative assistant at ARINC Inc. Hoebeke attended Anne Arundel Community College and has been working toward a business degree at the University of Maryland.

Alvarez, an estimator, comes from Chelsea Lighting Inc. in New York, where he estimated multi-million dollar architectural lighting packages, working closely with customers and vendors to assure all specifications were met and completed on time.

Alvarez obtained his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science. He also co-founded Wise Gorilla Compost, where he engineered the production process to be used in composting organic waste.