Meet Megan, a talented welder and assembler here at AMBICO. Watch as she takes you behind the scenes of our factory to explain the unique challenges of working with stainless-steel and the special attention to detail that goes into crafting our decorative products.

  • Introduction to AMBICO

    Family owned and operated for over 65 years, AMBICO has evolved into an industry leading manufacturer of specialized doors, frames, and windows. Learn more about us and the products that make us unique inside our Introduction to AMBICO.

    Introduction to AMBICO
  • How acoustic testing allowed us to improve our SCIF door

    Acoustic testing allows specialized door manufacturers to give their acoustic doors a performance rating, designated as the sound transmission class (STC) rating. Recently, AMBICO set out to design an STC 55 rated Steel door and frame assemblies. Aided by independent testing, we challenged ourselves to refine our Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) compliant door and frame assemblies to meet the high standards set out in ICD/ICS 705 for SCIF rooms.

    How acoustic testing allowed us to improve our SCIF door
  • New Tornado Wood Door Product Page

    We are proud to announce that our new Tornado Wood Doors and Steel Frame products are now available to view on our website. 

    Follow the "learn more" button for more information and request your quote today!

    New Tornado Wood Door Product Page
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    The story of AMBICO is one of success bred of hard work. Founded by brothers-in-law Israel Shinder and Emanuel Lightstone, AMBICO has grown from a family-run construction products business to an industry-leading specialized door company with a world-wide reputation as an innovator and leader. Predicting economic trends and their effects on a variety of industries, Israel and Emmanuel demonstrated foresight and flexibility.





    Case Study: Cadillac Place

    Impressive and imposing, Cadillac Place dominates a full city block in central Detroit. Formerly known as the General Motors Building, the Cadillac Place was renamed after the french founder of Detroit, Antoine Laumet De La Mothe, Sieur De Cadillac. Today, it’s the destination for more than 2,000 State of Michigan employees, who swarm in and out of its noble bronze doors each weekday.

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    Case Study: West Point Military Academy

    Initially established in 1802 as a fort that sits high above New York’s Hudson River, today’s U.S. Military Academy at West Point is renowned as one of the most elite institutions in the country. Home to over 4,000 students that study and train on campus every day, West Point’s entire central campus is a national landmark. Many buildings and monuments on this site were built in honor of U.S. military history. It also happens to be the site of one of AMBICO’s most notable projects to-date.

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    Case Study: East Side Access

    AMBICO is excited to share our latest case study covering our involvement in New York City’s East Side Access Project. East Side Access is a $10 Billion project that began in 2007 and will continue to 2022. It’s exciting to imagine this massive infrastructure project taking place fourteen stories beneath New York City’s streets. Picture a six-mile-long tunnel, subway stations and a rail hub all deep underground beneath Grand Central Station. The goal is to create a commuter rail system that will carry an estimated 160,000 people daily from Queens to Manhattan.

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