GBA Architectural Products + Services was started by Jeff Boesch in Medina, Ohio back in 1985. His initial focus was on installing residential glass block window projects in Northeastern Ohio. He was joined soon after by his brothers Steve and Chuck.  Because the three were committed to establishing a business built on a reputation known for quality workmanship, on-time completion, and fair pricing, GBA grew from servicing their initial local area to a national presence.

As their reputation and market share grew, GBA successfully launched a national distribution network of wholesalers for their glass block materials and ready to install, residential window panels. Unwilling to rest on their laurels, GBA continued its pursuit of sustained growth through offering their expertise and services to some of the nation’s largest architectural design firms and construction companies to secure their spot as the nation’s largest installer of glass block.

With a firm commitment to be a trusted resource of light penetrating surfaces to the architectural design and construction communities, GBA has continued to forge long-term, relationships with several other niche’ manufacturing companies to round out their product offering. Circle Redmont’s walkable glass products and GBA’s recently completed acquisition of IBP’s GlassWalk product-line complements GBA’s existing business nicely. Likewise, Trespa’s HPL cladding products have been another welcomed addition.

Continuing with their 35-year legacy of successful projects, GBA has grown from its humble beginnings to a world class operation through honoring their commitment to treat every customer like it was their only customer.

Please check out our light penetrating surface applications and know that we look forward to earning your business!

"As a specialized contractor, GBA was more knowledgeable and more professional in the genre than anyone else. Their staff was very professional and provided all required information in a timely fashion. The quality of work exceeded our expectations! They coordinated well in the field with the General Contractor and our foreman."
—Rick D’Aprile – Executive Vice President, Rad and D’Aprile, Inc.
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