Hugo Ramirez, Business Development Director of Adler Windows, jetted off to Minneapolis and Minnesota last week as he took part in Super Enterprises Architectural Factory Trip.
The three day event kicked off with a four hour AIA credited walking tour around Minneapolis where the team got to see some of the most historic and beautiful parts of the city. Hugo mentioned that getting to see the Gold Medal Flour building was arguably one of his favorite sights as “it is such an iconic riverfront sign in Minneapolis, dating all the way back to 1910.”
The following day the team took off on Marvin’s private jet to Warroad, Minnesota, where they spent their last two days exploring all three of Marvin’s Window and Door factories. “It was a great learning experience as we got a first-hand look into how Marvin works behind the scenes. Some of the most notable aspects for me was getting to see their window and door assembly, laser cutting machines and their signature department where they specialize in custom designs. ” We would like to say a massive thank you to Mark Mitchell, Architectural Consultant at Super Enterprise for putting together this captivating trip and for inviting Adler Windows along. It has been the talk of the office for the last week and we cannot wait to join you on another trip soon!!
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