Vito Germinario, co-founded Glass Projects Resource, Inc. (GPR, Inc.), and LGV Group LLC with Khalil Gabriel Rouhana in 2005. GPR builds enclosures and interior glazing projects and is a major player in the exterior wall systems market in the Mid-Atlantic, U.S.A. While his work spans hundreds of projects, Germinario helped build the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, The National Museum of the American Indian, the E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse, the GSA Headquarters Building, and the National Intrepid Center for Excellence at the Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Germinario's commitment to non-profits is unmatched as he dedicates countless volunteer hours and financial support to organizations, including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Breath for Life, Excel Academy for Girls, Make-a-Wish, Mid-Atlantic, St. Peter's Preparatory School in Jersey City, NJ, Feathers from Devon, the Lily fund, and Friends of Jaclyn. He is the current Chairman of the Make-A-Wish, Mid-Atlantic, Founding Member and Board Chairperson of Feathers from Devon, a Trustee and Finance Committee Chair with St. Peter's Preparatory School, and Board Member of the National Museum of American Religion. Germinario is Chairperson Emeritus at the Excel Academy for Girls in Washington, D.C.
Vito was named the Lido Civic Club of Washington, D.C. Man of the Year for 2018. He is a first-generation Italian American and has demonstrated unparalleled leadership and service to the construction industry, non-profit charities, children in need, and the community.