A Portuguese company established in 1985; the quality of the products sold and services rendered, with regard to its offer for solutions in metalwork, metallic and aluminium carpentry, facades and structures, led to its rapid growth and consequent acknowledgement in the market.
The privileged relationship with architecture, the significant partnerships with internationally renowned studios, and the simultaneous stake in technical investment in production, human capital and technical know-how, are the main driving forces and the determining factors in the consolidation of the renowned presence achieved in the competitive international market.
Currently, Jofebar activity stretches internationally between Germany, Austria, Belgium, the Caribbean, United Arab Emirates, Spain, United States of America, France, Greece, India, England, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Morocco, Montenegro, United Kingdom, Russia, Switzerland, Thailand and Turkey, thanks to the synonym of quality, efficacy and efficiency found in all its products and services.
As an “Architects’ Tool”, Jofebar assumes the responsibility of finding and developing the solutions most suited to each project, in the implementation and fruition of each architect’s conceptual objectives, and is proud to have earned the trust of architects, such as Rem Koolhaas, Siza Vieira, Francisco Mangado, Aires Mateus, Souto Moura and Frederico Valsassina.
Jofebar conquered a leading prestigious image in the market, with the quality and ability to meticulously implement small and big scale works, among which we highlight the houses in Ponte de Lima, the Casa da Música (House of Music) in Oporto, the Hall of Spain in Saragossa and the Municipal Centre for Exhibitions and Congresses in Avila.
Renowned in the market as a model and reference company, Jofebar is proud to have obtained the statute of PME Líder (Leader of Small- and Medium-Sized Companies) in 2009, the nomination for one of the best 100 companies to work for in 2011, and various International distinctions, among which the Prize for Best Window at the Veteco Asefave Awards in 2006, 2008 and 2010, 2012, as well as the Reddot award, design winner in 2008 and 2009.
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