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Ipswich Bay Glass Partners’ on BBJ’s Largest Commercial Developers List 2018

February 19, 2019

Ipswich Bay Glass is proud to have partnered with many of the largest commercial developers in Massachusetts on the Boston Business Journal’s 2018 list:

National Development
Campanelli
Boston Properties
WS Development
The Fallon Company
Related Beal
Nordblom Company
NB Development Group
The Gutierrez Company

Echelon Seaport

EchelonSeaport voted Boston’s Best New Building of 2018

February 14, 2019

EchelonSeaport voted Boston’s Best New Building of 2018! Read the details on the project here.

IBG Solutions: Stick-built Curtainwalls, Aluminum Entrances, Composite Aluminum Panels, Aluminum Louvers, Decorative Sunshades

Architect: CBT

GC: John Moriarty & Associates

Boston Rendering

IBG projects on list of the Most Interesting Boston RE Renderings

February 7, 2019

IBG projects make the list of the Most Interesting Boston Real Estate Renderings list for 2018! Read more about The BEAT project at the Boston Globe’s 16-acre former location and the transformation at TD Garden.

IBG 50th Anniversary

Ipswich Bay Glass Celebrates 50th Anniversary

January 14, 2019

Ipswich Bay Glass, one of the largest commercial façade companies in the Northeast, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. IBG was founded in 1969 by Sandy Patrican to provide the highest quality glazing and panel systems fabrication and installation on the North Shore. Today they have several hundred employees and skilled craftsmen who are dedicated to continuing the tradition of providing the highest quality design, fabrication and installation of complex and innovative building envelope solutions.

IBG’s impressive facility in Rowley, Massachusetts covers several hundred thousand square feet and is home to their design, engineering, project management, estimating, fabrication, material handling and installation teams.

“Having all resources in one location allows IBG to produce the highest caliber products and offer cost and scheduling efficiencies,” said Ipswich Bay Glass Vice President, Mike Patrican. “And with our Design Assist service, our clients have the advantage of five decades of experience and extensive knowledge of available façade solutions, new materials and technology that keep projects on schedule and budget while maintaining architectural design integrity.”

“I’m incredibly proud that IBG has had an important role in the design and construction of so many of New England’s finest structures for fifty years,” said Ipswich Bay Glass Founder and President, Sandy Patrican. “I’m also incredibly proud to be working side by side with my sons, Mike and Brian, to maintain IBG’s position as the premier commercial façade company in the Northeast. We’re looking forward to another 50 years of success.”

About Ipswich Bay Glass
Ipswich Bay Glass is one of the largest commercial façade companies in the Northeast. Their expansive corporate and manufacturing headquarters in Rowley, Massachusetts is home to their design, engineering, project management, estimating, fabrication, material handling and installation teams. The facility covers several hundred thousand square feet and includes an aluminum glazing systems machining and assembly plant, a rainscreen panel fabrication plant and a full ornamental sheet metal and stainless steel shop. Products include unitized curtainwalls, stick-built curtainwalls, custom and structural glass curtainwalls, composite panels, rainscreen facades, louvers and mechanical screens, skylights, entrances and decorative metals. For additional information, call (978) 948-6644 or visit www.IBGlass.com.

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IBG Project Wins Award of Merit from Engineering Record News

December 6, 2018

The Exchange at 100 Federal Street has received the Award of Merit Office/Retail Mixed-Use Developments from Engineering Record News! We’re proud to have been on the project team along with Perkins + Will and Turner Construction Company. Learn more about the project’s multiple challenges and how daily team coordination kept the project on schedule and budget.

Read more.