Lockheed Architectural Solutions Announces Name Change


Change Reflects Ongoing Product and Service Expansion

An interior shot of a recent Lockheed project, Stoughton High School, in Stoughton, Mass.

Lockheed Architectural Solutions, formerly Lockheed Window Corp., has officially changed its company name to reflect the massive and continuing growth and expansion of its team, its products, and its capabilities. As a company with expertise in a vast range of products and that is well-equipped to execute multi-million-dollar fabrication and installation projects, Lockheed has become adept at so much more than just windows. The company’s new name, Lockheed Architectural Solutions, fully represents the depth and variety of its growing list of products and services.

The finished product at Cabot Elementary School in Newton, Mass.

The company’s president and owner, Michael S. Kosiver, further explains the reasoning behind the name change: “Every decision we make, we make with our valued customers in mind. In our 66-year history, we have gone through so many changes. Still, we have remained a family-owned business, kept the Lockheed brand intact, built countless lasting relationships, and settled into a longtime, nearly 50-year home in Pascoag, R.I. This name change reflects our dedication to growing our expertise and continuing to build on the capabilities and quality of work we can deliver to our customers. We will always stay true to our roots, and one thing that will never change is our commitment to putting our partners, customers, and team first.”

Lockheed installed aluminum panels and insulation at ACES at Leeder Hill School in Hamden, Conn.

Lockheed’s decision to update its name to Lockheed Architectural Solutions was driven by decades of expansion and growth within the company, all geared toward improving their work output and customer experience. The company handles large-scale projects from start to finish and is skilled in the in-house fabrication and installation of products including fiber cement and composite panel systems, traditional and unitized curtain wall systems, storefront systems, sun shading devices, skylights, door and hardware systems, hollow metal openings, terracotta cladding systems, and of course, window systems.