Invitation to bid (ITB) go to Deb Patrick

There are a lot of interesting glass projects in construction.  It’s amazing the number of invitations to bid (ITB) that we receive each month.  And when your invitation to bid (ITB) is sent, the first person to see it is our Commercial Project Research Specialist, Deborah Patrick. Deborah came to Crystal Structures in September of 2009. She had previously worked with the Dodge plan rooms so she had a basic understanding of how to use those types of programs to find the right kind of jobs.  In fact, the plan rooms are the part of the job she really enjoys. “I enjoy the people andRead More →

Thirsty Dog gets glazed canopy

The oldest and largest brewery in Summit County Ohio is expanding to a new location. “It’s something we’ve needed for a long time, to have a retail outlet for the brewery,” said John Najeway, owner. The brewery has been around since 1997, what better way to celebrate the 20th year in business than to open a brewhouse and restaurant with patio.  Based in a 12,000 sq ft location at East Bank Flats, the brewhouse will be offering their regular brews, currently distributed in 15 states, and speciality microbrews available only at the Flats. Cleveland has been an historic “hub” for great brewers in Ohio including theRead More →

SAS Canopies provided by Crystal Structures

The world’s largest privately owned software company is adding another building on their 400 acre campus in Cary NC. The entries will feature canopies by Crystal Structures. About SAS SAS, which stands for “statistical analysis system,” started as project at North Carolina State University in 1966. Originally the analytics software was intended to run agricultural data to improve crop yields.  It became apparent, however, that having software to perform advanced analytics would be useful across many different industries. In 1976 SAS was incorporated and today SAS is first in the advanced analytics market worldwide.  The software suite developed by SAS Institute provides multivariate analysis, businessRead More →