• Nancy Martinez

    Employee Spotlight: Nancy Martinez

    Job Title: Project Estimator

    "I embrace the collaboration and transparency in the workplace at YKK AP. In my opinion, the YKK AP company culture mirrors my personal values and principles. I have incorporated our 25 Fundamental Behaviors into my personal and professional life."

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  • Hiroshi Sano

    Employee Spotlight: Hiroshi Sano

    Job Title: Plant Manager

    "As a manager, I have to take responsibility whether the result is good or bad. I always hope for good results if possible, but not always. I am very happy when all the staff come together to overcome the difficult situation."

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  • Brian Goss

    Employee Spotlight: Brian Goss

    Job Title: Material Handler

    "Culture is directly related to people’s values, beliefs, and personal interests. I have found that at other companies there were not a lot of opportunities that allowed us to interact with each other and allow us to build on a culture that is inclusive. YKK AP lets you explore that cultural identity."

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Employee Spotlight: Nancy Martinez

Job Title: Project Estimator

"I embrace the collaboration and transparency in the workplace at YKK AP. In my opinion, the YKK AP company culture mirrors my personal values and principles. I have incorporated our 25 Fundamental Behaviors into my personal and professional life."

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  • The Heights

    Project Spotlight: The Heights

    While public schools may not be known for their forward-thinking designs, The Heights Building in Arlington, VA. is the exception. This building exemplifies modern architecture, energy efficiency and a sense of community that connects students with the surrounding neighborhood as well as a focus on indoor-outdoor learning.

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  • Tulane Commons

    Project Spotlight: Tulane Commons

    The vision behind the iconic building on the Tulane University campus was to design a forward-thinking, multi-functional space that would reflect the three prominent university intersections on the site where Tulane Commons stands. The modern design adds to Tulane’s appealing aesthetic while offering students and faculty a place to dine and socialize, along with event space, offices, study areas, and an open-air courtyard.

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  • Cummins HQ

    Project Spotlight: Cummins Headquarters

    Cummins set out to retrofit a building on their campus that contained no windows or natural light. Given the buildings historic features and charm, they wanted to open up the space to allow incoming natural light, while preserving and replicating the intricate façade design that was iconic to the building. In addition to preserving the iconic feel of the building, it was important the newly retrofitted building blend seamlessly with the existing headquarters building on its campus.

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Project Spotlight: The Heights

While public schools may not be known for their forward-thinking designs, The Heights Building in Arlington, VA. is the exception. This building exemplifies modern architecture, energy efficiency and a sense of community that connects students with the surrounding neighborhood as well as a focus on indoor-outdoor learning.

CLICK HERE to learn more about The Heights

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