Recognizing the importance of community service and the integral role that industry/school collaborations can play in helping prepare students for their futures, ARCHITECTURAL GRILLE has initiated a partnership with the Williamsburg High School of Architecture and Design.
ARCHITECTURAL GRILLE is proud to announce our recent achievement of Brooklyn-Made Gold Level Certification by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. Brooklyn-Made is a points-based certification program for locally-made goods in Brooklyn, NY.
Recognizing not only the professional relationship between design fabricators and architects, but also its commitment to community service, the team at Architectural Grille is pleased to announce it is now a registered AIA Continuing Education System (CES) Provider.
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February 4-6, 2014: Architectural Grille attended the 2014 International Builders Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, NV. The theme was “Expect More” and we definitely delivered it with a new booth design that interested building industry professionals and homeowners alike.
For the first time in history, IBS was combined with the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) to deliver Design & Construction Week. Offering 75,000 attendees over 1,700 exhibitors covering more than 650,000 square feet of floor space at the Las Vegas Convention Center, it was a successful show for everyone involved.
Stephen Giumenta, co-owner and design engineer at Architectural Grille was invited to attend the TEDxGowanus inaugural event this past Sunday, January 26th 2014 at The Green Building and 501 Union in Brooklyn, NY.
The one-day event brought together community leaders, artists, local business owners and residents with TED-style discussions ranging from the ongoing challenges of pollution in the Gowanus Canal, to the innovation of Street Creeks.