Grand Opening

The new ASU law school at its downtown Phoenix campus now has an official name. The $129 million, 280,000-square-foot campus will be named the Beus Center for Law and Society after prominent Valley attorney Leo Beus and his wife, Annette.

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Downtown San Antonio, Texas will never be the same after the expansion and renovation of the formerly-known San Antonio Convention Center. Now known as the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, this 1.3 Million square feet state-of-the-art facility spreads itself across the San Antonio skyline with Kovach’s metal and glass panels systems.

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This ten-story building flaunts the power of Kovach’s integrated single-source workflow. By providing multiple scopes on this one project, Kovach was able to provide more value to our clients.

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Nashville’s Music City Center wins the ACEC “Grand Iris Award” for engineering excellence. The EEA program considers projects from throughout the world on the basis of uniqueness and innovative applications and successful fulfillment of the client/owner’s needs.

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Industry Leaders in Turnkey Building Enclosures

Based in Chandler, Arizona, Kovach Building Enclosures is one the nation’s largest integrated designers, manufacturers, and installers of high quality panel and glazing systems for commercial building enclosures. Kovach offers a complete line of services to meet the most demanding applications.

Kovach Nationwide

Kovach is one of the nation’s largest integrated designers, manufacturers, and installers of products for the commercial building envelope, with our footprint expanding across the country. Building upon our longstanding history in the southwest, the Kovach team continues to provide innovation and excellence from coast to coast.

Kovach Building Enclosures services the West, Southwest, Central, and Mid-Atlantic regions. With our headquarters in Arizona as well as a strong presence in California, Texas, and Tennessee, we’ve been able to truly establish Kovach as a national brand. This is all possible because the Kovach team is simply the very best in the industry.


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Our Valued Clients

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The methods required to introduce modern glazing and cladding systems to the 37 year old structure requires an intimate knowledge of existing conditions. No exterior skin subcontractor understands [3D as-build scan data] better than Kovach Building Enclosures. Kovach has the BIM personnel, software, and expertise required to utilize the 3d data [we had] already acquired.  We recommend Kovach Building Enclosures for their design-build experience and meeting your expectations.

Ken Smerz

President, Eco3d

“Kovach is a clear leader in the market and provides top notch service and execution.”

Ryan Young

Project Manager, DPR

“Kovach brings a level of professionalism not often seen from a subcontractor. In the world of alternative procurement, it’s that type of sub that we look to partner with.”

Roger Baum

Senior Project Manager, Core Construction

“Kovach is consistently head and shoulders above the rest. Well organized team from their detailed shop drawings, execution in the field and management from the office. I enjoyed working with Kovach.”

Jeremiah Hernandez

Project Manager, Sundt

“Kovach’s value to the project came with solving issues with a team oriented approach. The team was never short of coming up with solutions that mitigated cost/schedule impacts. Overall this is what sets them apart and what is often relied on.”

Andy VanPelt

Senior Project Manager, Clark

“Hoffman Construction employed Kovach Building Enclosures for … the Fab 42 project.  This project was very difficult and complex.  Kovach managed day and night shifts, many modifications to the original scope of work, and coordination of the work in close quarters with other subcontractors.  All this helped make this project successful for all parties involved.”

Jeff Gardner

Program Engineer, Intel FAB 42