Danny Yehia

Danny Yehia is a Vancouver-based entrepreneur that has been working in the glass industry since 1998.

Specializing in sales and marketing, Danny Yehia has quickly risen to the top of the industry. After working with National Glass, Danny Yehia decided that he wanted to start his own company; thus, Danny founded Surface Products, decorative glass and resin materials company that caters to North Americas most forward-thinking demographic.

From curved escalators in the River Rock Hotel and Casino to a glass bridge that feels like walking on water, Danny Yehia has established himself as a glass expert contributing ideas to the interior and exterior design. Danny has worked alongside some of the world’s pre-eminent architects, designers and developers to contribute to unique new architectural projects, quickly growing Danny’s business into a success.

The road to success hasn’t always been easy as is typical in construction, but Danny Yehia always found a way to make his clients’ visions become reality.  Danny enjoys meeting new people, building relationships and being part of a creative team to develop something new/innovative, and setting goals and exceeding them.”

Why Danny Yehia?

Danny Yehia enjoys every aspect of his passion and especially working with his clients, explaining, “Fulfilling their project requirements means often finding unconventional and innovative ways to do this. I ascertain my clients’ needs, do my utmost to fulfill them, and respond very quickly to all requests.”

From the beginning, Danny Yehia has built a rock-solid reputation as the go-to glass man in Vancouver. Danny also believes in giving back to the city he loves: “It’s a friendly, small and safe city where I have made wonderful business contacts and great personal friends.”

Some of Danny Yehia’s most notable clients include 555 Design, LuLu Lemon, Westbank offices (Shaw Tower), Earl’s Restaurants, Amazon, Google, ShangriLa, Starbucks ,and many more.

Danny Yehia Portfolio

Danny Yehia’s portfolio of work can be spotted both locally and internationally: Bank of Montreal, Starbucks Coffee, University of British Columbia Collegium, BC Place, University of Texas, Vancouver Convention Centre west, Telus, and Vancouver international airport – just to name a few.