St. Cloud Window Inc. continues to deliver on high quality to new construction and renovation projects across the country, demonstrating the depth of applications on a variety of fenestration solutions.
The recent window restoration project of the Legislative Services Building, historically the Colorado State Museum, in Denver, Colorado showcases the SCW 380 Fixed Removable Window from the company’s Secondary Glazing product catalog. This window series meets today’s performance standards, delivers the requisite securities of exterior storm windows, all while preserving the historical presence of this landmark structure. The SCW 380 Fixed Removable window provides increased thermal and acoustic performance without disrupting the building’s facade or necessitating the removal of the existing window. Under the careful guidance of Humphries-Poli architects, the SCW 380 in the Secondary Glazing segment was the ideal solution for the Legislative Services Building.
Meanwhile, construction is wrapping up on The Lodge, a building expansion project at Hope Church, the fastest growing church in Richmond, Virginia. The Lodge was created to provide a gathering space for students and families in a serene and inspiring environment. This addition to the Main Campus utilizes the SCW Series 2500. In a brilliant plan to replicate historic aesthetic elements in new construction, Bushman Dreyfus Architects selected the SCW Series 2500 which delivers modern high performance in the patina of historic replication. The Lodge is designed to complement the main structure of Hope Church, with particular emphasis on acoustic attenuation and performance yet abundant with natural light and lush with unrestricted views of the fabulous landscape. The construction team included GeoBarns building systems, Hourigan Construction serving as general contractor, framing and finish by Arterra Construction and window installation by Charlottesville Glass.
Find out more about the benefits of the SCW 380 and SCW Series 2500 and the range of applications on these high-performance windows by visiting www.stcloudwindow.com/products.
“We are always excited to collaborate with our architectural and design partners in landmark restoration and building expansion projects. We deliver substantial value with products that achieve their performance objectives while preserving or replicating those historic elements that give their projects so much character and personality,” stated Casey Mahon, CEO at St. Cloud Window.
About St. Cloud Window Inc.
Founded in 1952, St. Cloud Window is a national leader in high-performance aluminum window, door, and curtain wall products with particular emphasis on high acoustic attenuation and accurate historic replication. The company manufactures the finest custom aluminum window and door products for new building construction, commercial window replacement, historic window replacement and projects where high-performance acoustic attenuation sets the standard. St. Cloud Window is a woman-owned business with over 60 years of trusted experience. For more information visit www.stcloudwindow.com