2017-2019 Noise - Mitigation Program - Proximate to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
Over 900 residents of the historic South Minneapolis Tangletown neighborhood have benefited from our sound abatement services. Window restoration services and replacement windows and doors from top-rated traditional items from Marvin's Signature Collection and Pella's Architectural Series have been our focus with these 100-year-old unique homes to maintain the integrity of the home.
Tate Lab had over 300+ wood double-hung windows that our union carpenters removed the sashes from and returned to our facility to be restored to National Park Service standards, working closely with JE Dunn and University staff. Once the sash was re-glazed and painted, the window frames were restored and painted. To protect the antique wood double-hung windows, our team re-installed and added a new Marvin inside storm window.
Crossroad Construction installed new Marvin windows in Macalester College's historic Old Main building. This historic structure, constructed in the 1800s with limestone and round top windows, proved challenging to renovate.
Meeting the requirements of the St. Paul Historical Society, Crossroad refurbished the 84 wood double-hung windows to working order using the National Park Service standards of window preservation. With the addition of Mon-ray aluminum storm windows, the historic windows should last another 100+ years.
New Marvin aluminum wrapped windows replaced the aged wooden windows. Obstacles in this extremely complicated building included working with stacks of windows that spanned numerous levels within inhabited areas.
The historic Plymouth building was challenging to say the least, with wood and hollow metal windows, Devac aluminum windows added to the interior to maintain an airtight seal, coupled with a fast-paced project schedule.