Paul Rabinowitz Glass company was again a proud sponsor of this year’s Outward Bound Building Adventure held at Commerce Square on Friday October 21, 2016.
Outward Bound is a non-profit, education organization that serves people of all ages and backgrounds through challenging learning expeditions that inspire strength of character, leadership and service to others, both in and out of the classroom.
To raise money and awareness for Outward bound many braved the heights as they rappelled 315 feet down the side of Commerce Square, certainly a great challenge for many!
To learn more about Outward Bound and their mission visit www.outwardbound.org
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Paul Rabinowitz Glass Achieves AGMC Certification
The North American Contractor Certification (NACC), announced that The Paul
Rabinowitz Glass Company has achieved it’s Architectural Glass and Metal Contractor (AGMC) Certification. This ANSI accredited certification audits the company’s operational procedures, quality control specifications, safety guidelines as well as financial standing and record retention.
“This arduous audit/certification process not only showed us how to improve some of our processes, but also confirmed that many of our procedures both internally and in the field already conform to the industries best practices. In the end, attaining this certification took time and hard work, but showed that being an industry leader is ongoing.”
Mark Rabinowitz, President of Paul Rabinowitz Glass Company.
For more information on the NACC please visit www.NACCProgram.com
Paul Rabinowitz Glass completed the installation of a new entrance and 55-foot tall curtain wall at the headquarters of Independence Blue Cross, a leading health insurance provider in southeastern Pennsylvania serving more than 7.5 million people nationwide. RabGlass was part of the design team from start to finish on the construction of new and remodeling of old entrances to IBX headquarters at 19th and Market Streets. At the start of a harsh winter, RabGlass removed all entrances to the building before remodeling an old entrance and installing it with new revolving doors. A new entrance was created on 19th Street; the new entrance utilized an existing glass wall and was modified to include two revolving doors and a wheelchair accessible entrance. This entrance also included some custom ornamental work.
Paul Rabinowitz Glass completed the modernization of the corporate headquarters of Campbell Soup Company, a growing global food company with annual sales of more than $8 billion based in Camden, NJ. This project involved the installation of interior office fronts, glass and aluminum doors, bathroom mirrors, skylights, glass whiteboards and glass handrail on a staircase between the first and second floors. Campbell’s had pre-identified needs and plans from an architect; RabGlass did the installation of glass and aluminum products.
Paul Rabinowitz Glass completed the new corporate headquarters of Novo Nordisk, a pharmaceutical company located in Princeton, NJ. This fast-paced project was a complete fit-out that included the installation of a new ½” tempered glass entranceway with low profile rails, (200) Dorma Agile 150 interior office sliding glass doors and (10) conference room doors extending over five floors.