This 800+ window restoration project had wood, and hollow metal windows, Devac aluminum windows added to the interior to ensure an airtight seal and a high pace schedule, the historic Plymouth building was challenging to say the least.
Installation of New Marvin Aluminum clad windows to replace aging wood windows. This very complex building had many challenges, including working with stacks of windows that spanned multiple floors and occupied spaces.
Working closely with JE Dunn and University Staff, Tate Lab consisted of over 300+ wood double-hung windows that our union carpenters removed the sashes to be sent back to our facility to be restored to National Park Service standards. Window frames were restored in place and painted, once sash where re-glazed and painted. Our team re-installed and added a new Marvin interior storm window to preserve the historic wood double-hung windows.
Installation of new Marvin windows by Crossroad Construction in the historic Old Main building at Macalester College. Built in the 1800s, this historic building, with its limestone constructions and round top windows, proved challenging.
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.