J.E. Berkowitz Joins Consolidated Glass Holdings
J.E. Berkowitz, LP has joined Consolidated Glass Holdings, Inc.
J.E. Berkowitz, LP (JEB) has joined Consolidated Glass Holdings, Inc. (CGH), an affiliate company of private equity group Grey Mountain Partners (GMP). Notable recent Berkowitz projects reportedly include The Tower at PNC Plaza in Pittsburgh, T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Google Headquarters in New York City, and Novartis Pharmaceuticals in Boston. With seven fabrication facilities, CGH focuses on security glazing, transit and architectural flat glass applications. The combined CGH-Berkowitz will consist of 1,000 employees at eight manufacturing locations occupying 900,000 sq ft of plant space.
“CGH and Grey Mountain were the correct fit for me and my employees,” said Arthur Berkowitz, executive vice president of JEB. “As part of my succession planning, this step permitted me to keep an ownership position and retain the real estate. I will remain energized and committed to managing the operations at JEB for years to come.”
“On behalf of all the employees at CGH, we are excited and honored to be joining forces with Arthur and the employees of JEB,” said Paul Cody, president and CEO of CGH. “Arthur and his team have built a leader in the fabrication industry, with an excellent reputation for manufacturing quality products and delivering top-tier customer service. The combination of JEB and CGH establishes an industry-leading company that can produce a wide range of products to serve multiple market segments. Together, we remain committed to delivering unmatched quality and a superior and repeatable customer service experience.”