Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions Adds New Distribution Partner October 19, 2017 in Company News Mount Joy (PA) — Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with the Seven D Wholesale Team in Rocky Hill, CT, which will serve the New England and Long Island construction markets. “After thoughtful review, Fairway determined that partnering with Seven D Wholesale in these select markets will greatly benefit our Pro-Dealer customer base and meet our ever-expanding business goals,” said Greg Burkholder, President and CEO of Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions. “Our distribution partners’ best-in-class sales organizations and service-first approach ensure Fairway will continue to exceed our clients’ expectations as we grow our businesses together.” Seven D is a wholesale distributor of quality building products with six regional distribution centers serving the Northeast and brokerage offices providing services to customers throughout the contiguous 48 states. “Seven D Wholesale prides itself on our commitment to service with the highest quality brands in the industry,” said Brain Reiff, Executive Vice President of Seven D Wholesale. “Our new strategic partnership with Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions is further proof of our mission statement to have the best partners and continue to solidify our strong position in markets along the entire Eastern seaboard.” About Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions Fairway Architectural Railing Solutions, an operating unit of Fairway Building Products, LLC, is the leading manufacturer of cellular PVC, steel, aluminum, vinyl and composite railing systems and accessories for residential and design build applications. Founded in 1997, Fairway became known for creating the first kitted railing systems, simplifying the purchasing and installation process for dealers and contractors. Headquartered in Mount Joy, PA with additional manufacturing facilities in York, Nebraska and Trenton, NJ, Fairway is part of the Argosy Private Equity portfolio.