Posts Tagged ‘U.S. Film Crew’

U.S. Film Crew Partners to Create New Film Installation Crew, LFC

Sep 14th, 2016

Glenn Yocca, founder of U.S. Film Crew (USFC) and veteran installer Rick Lerma have created a new window film company called Lerma Film Crew (LFC). The new company will absorb USFC’s subcontracting division with that transition expected to be completed within a year. USFC will continue to exist as a separate company and will serve […]

U.S. Film Crew and Nationwide Window Film Crew Join Forces

Jul 8th, 2013

U.S. Film Crew (USFC) and Nationwide Window Film Crew (NWFC) announced a merger agreement between the two companies, now operating under the USFC name and logo. Executives of both companies say they “believe the merger will position them to become the leading subcontract project management and installation company in the United States.” The company says […]

U.S. Film Crew Victim of Three-Alarm Electrical Fire

Mar 18th, 2013

Headquarters for Pittsburgh-based U.S. Film Crew has burned down as a result of what authorities are calling an electrical fire. The three-alarm fire started around 8 a.m. Saturday morning; no injuries were reported. Company president and chief executive officer (CEO) Glenn Yocca told Window Film magazine in an exclusive interview, “We were fortunate no one […]

Could Security Films Save You from an Oncoming Meteor?

Feb 20th, 2013

A hurdling boulder from space crashing through your office window is probably pretty low on your list of worries. While the odds of that happening aren’t astronomical (pun intended) try telling that to people in Russia who suffered major architectural damage from the debris of a meteor that crash landed there last week. Looking at […]

U.S. Film Crew Completes Major Install on Short Deadline

Jan 30th, 2013

Right before the holiday season, Pittsburgh-based U.S. Film Crew was contacted to complete a 15,000 square foot solar film install on a five-story medical office building looking for energy savings in a mere three weeks. Company president Glenn Yocca says he and his team were up to the challenge.