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Piedmont Glass breaks in a new home

By Matt Montgomery
Editor@piedmontnewsonline

Piedmont Glass owners Bobby and Shelly Williamson recently moved into the old ECI building on Monroe NW and are looking forward to getting their business in a new building off the ground.
Bobby Williamson said he’s excited to be in downtown Piedmont and become a part of Piedmont’s growing downtown.

“I’m excited to be a part of the locally-owned business community,” Williamson said. “My family and I are excited to help the growing community of Piedmont become self-sufficient as a locally owned business.”
His other business, Cim-Con started in 2009 as a commercial contract business, specializing in architectural glazing.

Then, Piedmont Glass started in September of 2010 to take care of the residential glass needs of the Piedmont area.

The Williamson’s started these businesses out of their home located on the northwest side of Piedmont.
Piedmont Glass specializes in residential glass and window replacement, mirrors and table tops and any other residential glass needs.

Bobby Williamson got his career started while growing up in Wichita Falls, Texas, working for his dad, where he taught him the glass business.

“I learned the glass business from the ground up,” he said. “Sweeping and mopping the floors was a part of my daily routine.”

Some things Williamson is looking forward to in the downtown Piedmont community is serving the needs of the Piedmont residents and surrounding community.

“One of the current projects we are working on is the new OCCC Performing Arts Building,” Williamson said. “The project is due to complete in the spring of 2013.

Among other projects they have with the city of Oklahoma City and numerous general contractors are the Cox Communications Center Hockey League improvements, a full window replacement at the 100 Walker Building in downtown Oklahoma City, Bethany Public Schools, as well as various other projects.

For more information, contact Bobby or Shelly Williamson at 373-1309 or 885-8847.

Or Williamson can be reached by email at cim-con@wavelinx.net

Bobby Williamson settles into Piedmont Glass and Cim-Con’s new home located at 113 Monroe NW. Williamson said he is excited about moving into downtown Piedmont and having the opportunity to serve the Piedmont community and the surrounding area. Piedmont Glass started in September of 2010 and Williamson’s other company, Cim-Con, started business in 2009.

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