Posts Tagged ‘ Harvey Building Products ’

Harvey Building Products Sold to Private Investment Firm

Oct 2nd, 2015

Harvey Building Products of Waltham, Mass., has been sold to Dunes Point Capital. Terms of the deal were not announced.  “Since its founding by the Bigony and Morrison families, Harvey has become the leading independent building products distributor and manufacturer in the Northeast with a well-recognized and valuable brand name,” said Mike Hogan, a managing […]

Harvey Building Products Puts Its Money Where Its Health Is

Jun 1st, 2015

Harvey Building Products is participating in Employee Well-Being Month in June 2015. The initiative, originally known as National Employee Wellness Month is now in its seventh year, and helps business leaders across the world learn new ways to engage employees in healthy habits and lifestyles while celebrating their successes. One way Harvey’s doing that is […]

Harvey Building Products Raises $30,000 to Benefit Homes for Our Troops

Jan 24th, 2014

Harvey Building Products is proud to tip its collective hat to veterans by selling knit hats, then donating a check for 100 percent of the proceeds—more than $30,000—to Homes for Our Troops (HFOT), an organization the company has supported since 2009. Employees and customers made monetary donations to the national organization during a three-week blitz […]

Harvey Building Products Promotes Barreira to President

Apr 4th, 2013

Waltham, Mass.-based Harvey Building Products announced its promotion of Jim Barreira to president, making him the company’s first new president in 27 years. Outgoing president Alan Marlow will transition into the role of an advisor, remaining on the company’s board of directors. “Jim has been instrumental in building our vinyl window business,” says Erik Jarnryd, […]

Door, Window and Skylight Executives Request Extension of Energy Efficient Tax Credit

Mar 1st, 2012

Nineteen executives of the nation’s door, window and skylight companies have sent a joint letter to Congress urging a robust extension of the residential energy efficient (25C) tax credit that expired at the end of 2011. According to an announcement from the Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA), the executives are urging lawmakers to extend […]