Freeborn Bank and Jacobsen Building
Location: Albert Lea, MN
Application: Historic steel-replica
SCW Model Series: SCW900 and SCW2500 Series
The historical restoration of the former Freeborn Bank Building and the adjacent Jacobsen Building transformed the two historical buildings into mixed-use commercial and residential space.
The original steel-framed windows, ranging from 14 foot high to 15 foot high in the main floor lobby, were replaced with SCW900 and SCW2500 custom aluminum-framed windows designed using national historic preservation standards.
Project Scope: 139 fixed, awning, and casement windows, and 22 terrace doors
Developer: City of Albert Lea
Architect: GLT Architects
General Contractor: Winkelman Building Corp
Customer: Daylight Window & Door
Building Status: Listed on National Register of Historic Places as part of Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
– Excellence in Concrete and Masonry Design & Construction Award, MN Concrete and Masonry Contractors Association
– Award of Excellence, MN Associated Builders and Contractors
Cool Offices: Old meets new at Mortarr’s headquarters in former bank building – Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal, November 2019