Move to include all production, sales and administrative functions of the Green Glue business, seven new jobs to be added to the Granville plant.
Gift of more than $3,000 presented to Women Against Abuse (WAA), a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization providing services to victims of domestic violence.
Donna Dickinson will be responsible for the company's executive recruitment, succession planning and career development activities.
Plans to invest $30 million in its Plantation Street facility to expand the production of plastic materials used as components in flexible and rigid solar modules which convert sunlight into usable electrical power.
ISO 9001 is an international standard that specifies how an organization implements a comprehensive quality management system, and which includes processes for customer service, recordkeeping, adherence to customer requirements and continuous product improvement.
Recognizes outstanding energy management and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
United States' tallest green office building.
Award recognizes companies for their outstanding contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency.
Longstanding partnership expanded.
To expand North American presence.
Recognizes that the entire 108-acre site complies with international environmental management standards.
The new booth – a striking glass structure in the heart of New York's theatre district – was officially declared open by New York City Mayor Bloomberg at a gathering of celebrities and city officials on October 16th.
Green Glue supplies products to global construction customers specializing in sound control; Saint-Gobain plans to integrate the Green Glue business into its Foams business unit.
Next-generation residential roofing materials will generate clean, renewable energy.
James Thomson has been named Senior Vice President of Human Resources for the North American businesses of Saint-Gobain, the world's largest building materials company.