Graybar unveils LEED-certified branch facility

May 24, 2012
55,000 square-foot facility features many of the green technologies Graybar distributes to its customers.
From left: Graybar Tucson branch manager Steve Gosciminski; senior vice president, operations, Larry Giglio; and Phoenix district vice president Craig Mead cut the ribbon on Graybar’s new Tucson facility, the first in company history built to LEED specifications.

Electrical, communications and data networking products distributor Graybar this month hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house at its new branch in Tucson, Arizona, the first facility in the company's history built to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) specifications.

The 55,000 square-foot facility features many of the green technologies Graybar distributes to its customers, including solar panels, energy-efficient lighting and electric vehicle charging stations. Located at 3760 East Tennessee Street in Tucson, the branch will serve the city's metropolitan area and southern Arizona. Branch manager Steve Gosciminski will lead the location’s 33 employees.

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“This new branch is not only a symbol of Graybar’s commitment to Tucson and the state of Arizona, but also our commitment to the environment and to being good stewards of our company’s resources,” comments Craig Mead, district vice president of Graybar’s Phoenix operations, who spoke at the grand opening ceremony. “We hope this facility serves as a shining example of sustainable and green practices within commercial facilities across the state.”

To learn more about the facility and its green features, visit

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