Williams Doors and Hardware is the Greater Binghamton Chamber Business of the Week.
Williams fabricates metal and wooden doors and windows to architectural specifications for both new and retrofit commercial construction.
It creates windows and doors for the higher ed, K through 12, healthcare and hospitality industries.
It was originally Babcock, Hinds and Underwood in downtown Binghamton, but changed its name in 1972.
Lucinda Wasielewski is now a part owner of the family-run business.
It moved into the old Grossman’s building on the Vestal Parkway in 2000.
Wasielewski says Williams has a number of experienced, longtime employees and project managers.
“Our years of experience and wisdom on plans and specifications that allow for us to bring the best product at the best price to the consumer, the owner of the building,” said Wasielewski.
Wasielewski says Williams specializes in electrical doors and does a lot of work making older buildings handicapped accessible.
She says her employees are like family and she encourages young people to consider pursuing business as a career.