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GROWTH & ACQUISITION

The Hallgren Company purchased the architectural door division of A. C. Houston Lumber Company, Inc. in the summer of 1998. They have assumed projects-in-progress, received extensive inventory from A.C. Houston, and increased staff so that quality products and service will continue without interruption or delay. This acquisition of A. C. Houston's door division, planned and controlled, is an example of the innovative and forward thinking thrust of Hallgren's expansion growth.

Acquiring A.C. Houston's door division and in-progress projects propels The Hallgren Company into a leadership position. After 40 years, the door division of A.C. Houston has been absorbed into The Hallgren Company of Nevada, thus cementing their position as the premier provider of architectural doors, frames and hardware in Nevada. With this acquisition, The Hallgren Company of Nevada, with its newest 20,000 square-foot facility, boasts the largest inventory and professional staff in the state.




INNOVATIVE OPPORTUNITY


Yet growing pains are not new to the company. In the late 70's and early 80's during the rise in oil prices, West Texas experienced unprecedented growth. From a small branch office in Lubbock, Texas, The Hallgren Company grew through diversification, foresight and innovation. They opened a successful decorative plumbing and hardware showroom that required the creation of a new sales division.

In the 90's, with the purchase of Bachman Construction, The Hallgren Company opened their Architectural Millwork operation in Lubbock, Texas, and then commemorated their 20th anniversary with the opening of their distribution center and office complex serving the Dallas-Ft Worth Metropolitan area.

For the Hallgren Company growth took many forms. Separate geographical locations, additional personnel, increased inventories and management responsibilities were significant factors built into the Hallgren growth equation. Although distributors and vendors were firmly established and in place, the logistics of the new organization pattern came to resemble big business.

 

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