Grey Mountain Buys Columbia Commercial Building Products

Grey Mountain Partners has acquired Rockwall, Texas-based Columbia Commercial Building Products. Columbia Commercial manufactures high-performance extruded aluminum windows and store fronts for new and replacement construction. Terms of the deal were not released. Grey Mountain Partners is a Boulder, Colorado-based private equity firm.

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Grey Mountain Partners (“Grey Mountain”) has acquired Columbia Commercial Building Products (“Columbia”). Headquartered in Rockwall, Texas, Columbia is a leading manufacturer of high-performance extruded aluminum windows and store fronts for new and replacement construction. Columbia is one of the few aluminum fabricators that pours and de-bridges its own polyurethane structural thermal barriers.

Beth Lesniak, Vice President of Grey Mountain, said, “We are thrilled to add Columbia Commercial Building Products to our family of security and architectural glass manufacturers. Columbia will allow us to provide an even more diverse range of product solutions to our customers and opens the door to synergies and cross-selling opportunities among the existing glass fabrication businesses in our portfolio.”

ABOUT COLUMBIA COMMERCIAL BUILDING PRODUCTS

Columbia Commercial Building Products, founded in 1992, is a manufacturer of high-performance aluminum, commercial architectural windows, storefront, mall sliders, curtain wall and entrance doors in both new and replacement construction environments. Columbia also provides architectural finishing services to its national customer base. For more information, please visit www.ccbpwin.com.

ABOUT GREY MOUNTAIN PARTNERS

Grey Mountain Partners is a Boulder, Colorado-based private equity firm that focuses on partnering with management to create lasting value through operational improvements and buy and build strategies in fragmented markets. Grey Mountain invests in lower middle-market companies across a wide range of industries and in transactions with enterprise values between $30 million and $150 million.