Harmon discontinues service business

Harmon Inc. has decided to sell and close its 24-hour on-call service business, but will continue operations in 12 locations in the US, serving the contract new construction and renovation markets.

US-based Harmon Inc. has, by means of a company release, announced the sale and closure of its 24-hour on-call service business. This decision was taken to enable the company to focus on its core contract business.
“Harmon has built its reputation on the commitment to customers to provide innovative system solutions to meet the project design criteria,” officials said in the release. “Harmon’s project management experience and engineering expertise consistently adds value to each project. The 24-hour on-call service business for all commercial buildings did not complement Harmon’s strengths, and did not contribute to the future strategic growth goals.”
The company will continue operations in 12 locations in the US, serving the contract new construction and renovation markets. “The transition from the on-call service market will not impact Harmon’s current project commitments,” officials said in the release. “The reallocation of resources will increase Harmon’s capacity for the core project business.”
Harmon Inc. is a leading US glass and glazing contractor specializing in design assist and design build projects using curtain wall, storefronts and entrances, interiors, renovation and green building design for institutional and commercial buildings.