Eureka Metal & Glass Services, Inc., is one of Philadelphia’s premier commercial sub-contractors. The partnership was established in 1956 and has built a reputation for quality craftsmanship and service. Eureka’s team furnishes and installs a wide variety of architectural glazing and metal products for commercial projects, including interior glazing and partition walls. Eureka’s vast vendor network allows the company to offer competitive pricing, value engineering alternatives, and reliable fabrication and delivery schedules.

Today, Eureka is over 60 years old, servicing general contractors, construction managers, developers, and property managers throughout southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Eureka’s services include all glass applications with surrounding framing and support, as well as panels, entries, canopies, interior glazing including demountable partitions, guard rails, handrails, and decorative glass products. Some of the region’s leading institutional clients rely on Eureka for high performance glass, including the University of Pennsylvania, Virtua, and Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Eureka has a proven ability to collaborate with design professionals early in the process to present options that best meet budget and aesthetic goals. This type of collaboration leads to award-winning work, such as the Cheesecake Factory Building at 15th and Chestnut Streets in Center City, Philadelphia, winner of a GBCA Construction Excellence Award.

Eureka maintains a commitment to building relationships of trust with clients and vendors and to providing high quality, on-time glass and metal installations in a cost-effective way. The company earned the North American Contractor Certification (NACC) in recognition of demonstrated consistency, quality, and safety excellence and adherence to a code of ethics.

Terry Webb is President of Eureka and drives the company’s professional involvement within the design and construction industry. He has personally been very involved within the Philadelphia construction community. He was recently appointed to the joint GBCA/AIA committee and has the privilege of serving as chairman of the board of directors of the Architectural Glass and Metal Association and co-chairman of the board of trustees of the Architectural Glass Institute.