$15 million to $20 million

June 5, 2011
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27. Walker and Laberge Co.

Previous year rank: 29
Sales: Down 15 percent between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: Norfolk, Va.
Website: www.walkerlaberge.com
Employees: 85

Walker and Laberge, with headquarters in Norfolk, Va., and a second location in Newport News, Va., was established in 1947. The full-service glazing contractor has completed major projects throughout Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C. One of its notable projects in 2010 is the Wachovia Center, a 22-story office building in Norfolk.

University of California San Francisco Mount Zion, San Francisco.
University of California San Francisco Mount Zion, San Francisco. 

28. C/S Erectors Inc.

Previous year rank: N/A
Sales: Down 33 percent between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: San Ramon, Calif.
Website: www.csparchmetals.com
Employees: 25

C/S Erectors Inc. specializes in ornamental metal fabrication and installation, and exterior building facade envelopes. The glazing contractor also designs and fabricates metal panel systems. Founded in 1987, C/S Erectors primarily serves Northern California. Last year's notable projects include the Mount Zion medical office building at the University of California, San Francisco, featuring a custom window wall and rain-screen facade system.

First Street Development Campus, including the Duke Energy Center and the Mint Museum, Charlotte, N.C.
First Street Development Campus, including the Duke Energy Center and the Mint Museum, Charlotte, N.C. 

29. Juba Aluminum Products Co.

Previous year rank: 23
Sales: Down 53 percent between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: Concord, N.C.
Website: jubaproducts.com
Employees: 79

For more than a decade, Juba Aluminum Products has specialized in building exteriors: curtain walls, storefronts and aluminum panels. It serves as a subcontractor on both new construction and recladding projects, and has created a niche for its self in working with pre-construction teams in the design-development phase. Last year, the company completed the Mint Museum and the Condo Pedestal, Charlotte, N.C.




30. D-M Products Inc.

Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh
Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh
Photo by Stephen Simpson, Somerset, Pa. 

Previous year rank: N/A
Sales: Down 16 percent between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: Bethel Park, Pa.
Website: www.d-mproductsinc.com
Employees: varies seasonally from 30 to 130

D-M Products Inc. provides sales, service and installation of aluminum curtain wall, windows, entrances, glass and glazing. The contract glazier, established in 1974, serves Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. A notable project D-M Products completed in 2010 is the installation of aluminum curtain wall on the Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, home of the National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins team.

31. Alexander Metals Inc.

Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

Previous year rank: 38
Sales: Up 1 percent between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: Nashville
Website: www.alexandermetalsinc.com
Employees: 75

Alexander Metals Inc., a 19-year-old commercial sub-contractor, specializes in the promotion, sales, fabrication, and installation of architectural products. Last year, the company completed the Middle Tennessee Medical Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn. For the project, the company furnished and installed 49,000 square feet of glass in storefronts and curtain walls, aluminum composite panels, steel panels, architectural louvers, automatic sliding doors, and 1,300 pieces of interior glass.

32. Ridgeview Glass Inc.

Previous year rank: 32
Sales: Down 24 percent between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: Upper Marlboro, Md.
Website: www.ridgeviewglass.com
Employees: 55

Serving the Mid-Atlantic region as a curtain-wall subcontractors, Ridgeview Glass Inc. designs, engineers, fabricates and installs curtain walls, strip window systems, skylights, storefronts, operable windows, automatic entrances, panel systems, art glass and glazing for interiors. In 2010, the company completed the Department of Employment Services, Washington, D.C., with 65,000 square feet of curtain wall, windows, panels and entrances.

33. Cherry Hill Glass Co.

Roberto Clemente School, New Haven, Conn.
Roberto Clemente School, New Haven, Conn. 

Previous year rank: 41
Sales: Stayed the same between 2009 and 2010
Headquarters: Branford, Conn.
Website: www.cherryhillglass.com
Employees: 55

Glass and glazing contractor Cherry Hill Glass Co., Branford, Conn., supplies curtain wall, window entrances, sunshades, skylights, metal-panel wall systems, and fabricated and glazed unitized wall systems. The company offers Uni-Wall and Architectural Skylight product lines it purchased from Architectural Glazing Technologies, Sanford, Maine. Notable projects for 2010 includes the Roberto Clemente School, New Haven, Conn. Sales remained steady from 2009 to 2010.

34. Alliance Glass & Metal

Previous year rank: N/A
Headquarters: Romeoville, Ill.
Website: www.agmindustries.com
Employees: 75

Established in 1990, Alliance Glass & Metal is a premier glass and glazing contractor with office locations in Illinois, Texas, and Wisconsin. Alliance designs, fabricates, and installs all types of curtain wall and glass systems. Hospitals and universities have made up the majority of Alliance's projects over the last several years. Notable recent projects include: Elmhurst Memorial Hospital, University of Wisconsin Biochemistry Building and Deloitte University.