Helping those in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
October 13, 2017
Human Resource Manager, Glory Maldonado, headed up putting together much needed supplies after Hurricane Maria devastated the island of Puerto Rico sustaining a direct hit. Glory’s family who still resides in Puerto Rico were all effected and thankfully all had survived. Continental Glass Systems immediately donated money and Glory got several employees involved in procuring the basics from local stores in Hialeah. The donations were then driven to the Ana G. Mendez Campus University in Miami Lakes. There were stacks of bottled water, diapers, canned foods and other supplies.
“Everybody in South Florida has helped us,” Natascha Otero Santiago, an organizer for the donations, said. “Since Friday, we have been receiving donations and we have possibly 20 to 25 tons (of supplies).”
Hurricane Maria devastated the island by knocking out power and impacting the water supply.At least 10 people have died in the storm’s aftermath, and authorities are starting to see firsthand the scope of devastation that left the island off the grid.
Gov. Ricardo Rossello met with more than 50 mayors and representatives from across Puerto Rico on Saturday. Some described the conditions in their communities as “apocalyptic” and said there have been incidents of looting in both homes and stores.”We know a little more today than we did yesterday,” Rossello said. “This is going to be a long road.”
On the northwest part of the island, authorities had to physically go to thousands of residents to warn them of a potential dam collapse near the Guajataca River. Volunteers are hoping to help those on the island get back on their feet.
CONTINENTAL GLASS SYSTEMS GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY!
February 15, 2017
Continental Glass Systems recently became involved with an organization call Special Spaces , a non-profit organization Sec. 501 (c)(3) providing a place for children with life-threatening conditions – a special space of hope and inspiration. Logan, who is a 6-year old boy battling a life-threatening illness called C.H.A.R.G.E Syndrome, he is non-verbal, does not walk …
New Hire Announcement- Dale Seidman
February 15, 2017
We are pleased to announce that Dale Seidman has joined Continental Glass Systems in the
position of Vice President of Finance and Administration, effective February 13, 2017. In this
position, Dale will report directly to Shlomo Epstein, CEO.
Dale’s prior work experience includes working as Chief Financial Officer at JEG & Sons, Miami
Florida, Controller …
CGS Launches New Website
January 30, 2017
Welcome to the new Continental Glass Systems (CGS) website!
We’ve dedicated a lot of time and effort to making our site more visually attractive , better organized, and easier to navigate with a minimum of clicks.
Past visitors will immediately notice the dramatic use of photography to showcase our capabilities, services and key …
CGS Adds Senior Project Accountant
May 3, 2016
Jose Rodriguez has joined Continental Glass Systems (CGS) as senior project accountant.
Jose is responsible for the process and controls necessary to ensure accurate financial data for all phases of construction projects. He also works to ensure the accuracy and consistency of cost information between all departments, including estimating, engineering and purchasing.
Prior to joining CGS, …
CGS Announces New Hire
July 8, 2015
Continental Glass Systems is pleased to announce the addition of Antonio “Tony” Iglesias as a project manager.
Tony will lead the planning, design and implementation of CGS’s window wall products for the Prive at Island Estates luxury condominium project being built in Aventura, FL.
Tony is an experienced and well-respected project manager in the building construction industry …
GAP Completes Strategic Acquisition Plan with Continental Glass Systems, LLC
April 23, 2015
April 23, 2015
Graham Architectural Products (GAP) announced that it has completed an agreement with Continental Glass Systems, LLC (CGS), Hialeah, FL, (www.cgsfl.com) to acquire a significant equity and operating partner position in the business of CGS.
GAP, a legacy business of the $4 billion Graham Group of companies, is a leading U.S. manufacturer of …