Giroux Glass, Inc. has appointed Marty McKinley as vice president of Arizona operations at its Phoenix office location. Giroux Glass initially hired McKinley as general manager of Arizona operations in December 2019, with 20 years of glazing experience gleaned at companies that include Kovach Building Enclosures and Trainor Glass. His career was the motive for his relocation to Phoenix in 2006 from Chicago. Born in Upstate New York, McKinley grew up in the Chicago area, where he worked in his first industry jobs and obtained his Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, from Bradley University.
Nataline Lomedico, Giroux Glass CEO and president, says, “Since Day One, Marty showed up with an unwavering commitment and relentless drive to bring together a best-in-class team to achieve winning results. He exemplifies taking full ownership of his team’s work. As a company that is fully vested in the success of our employees, we eagerly anticipate Marty’s future accomplishments.”
About his promotion, McKinley says, “I am honored to take on this new position and look forward to the opportunities presented to me. Our achievements in Arizona are a direct result of the hard work and dedication of our growing team. I am only a few years into my journey with this amazing company, and am excited to contribute in my new role.”
The Phoenix-based Giroux Glass team recently completed glazing in Tucson on: University of Arizona, Center for Creative Photography; The Parker; Tucson Electric Power, and locally on Sky Harbor Airport and East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT). Currently they’re busy with local projects that include Mattel World; University of Arizona, Grand Challenges; Sage Hospital; and Mayo Clinic West Expansion.
About Giroux Glass, Inc.
Giroux Glass, Inc. is an employee-owned glass, glazing and architectural metals contracting company that operates branches in Los Angeles, Fresno, San Bernardino, and Orange County, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Phoenix, Arizona. The company caters to commercial, residential and retail sectors, and applies the latest cutting-edge technologies and best practices to its work with a variety of CAD and repair services, tenant improvements, and panel fabrication projects.
Giroux Glass was founded in Los Angeles in 1946 as a small glass repair shop located in Downtown Los Angeles. The company has completed countless projects since its inception, including work on such landmarks as the Skywalk at the Grand Canyon, the Getty Museum, SoFi Stadium, Allegiant Stadium, and most hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Follow Giroux Glass, Inc. online at www.girouxglass.com and on LinkedIn.