Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, a CRH Company, operates in 82 locations and employs 7,000 people. The company designs, tests, and engineers building envelope components, including curtain walls, storefronts and entrances, aluminum glazing systems, and architectural glass.
A building envelope protects a facility’s interior space from the environment and also reduces energy consumption. Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope supplied the architectural glass to the St. Louis, Mo. Gateway Arch, the city’s 630-foot-tall monument to Thomas Jefferson.
OBE stakeholders agreed the company needed a single CMMS solution for unifying its 34 plants. They spoke with several CMMS vendors and selected eMaint CMMS software to help standardize maintenance at the plants.
Frank Lanno, an OpEx Director for Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, led the multi-site implementation project supported by an internal core planning and implementation team. Chuck Langford, maintenance manager for Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, helped champion the project through communication with key plant personnel and brought significant experience to the group, including 46 years in maintenance management and experience with CMMS implementations.