Architectural Windows

Architectural Windows

Door Openings feature blast-resistant design.

Designed to withstand explosions and excessive force, Ceco Door and Curries Blast Resistant Door Openings protect occupants of government and military facilities, embassies, refineries, chemical storage plants, and other properties vulnerable to destructive incidents caused by nature or man. Doors and frames meet or exceed stringent manufacturing and performance requirements of Department of...

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Marvin Family of Brands Showcases Game-Changing New Products at the 2015 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas
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Marvin Family of Brands Showcases Game-Changing New Products at the 2015 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas

Large, stunning new doors are among the innovative products that Marvin and Integrity will feature at this year's show WARROAD, Minn.Â- – The best of the homebuilding industry goes on display each year at the International Builders' Show (IBS) - and Marvin Windows and Doors and Integrity Windows and Doors are excited to display innovative products and industry-leading solutions at...

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The National Preservation Conference - More than a Conference, a Leap Forward
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The National Preservation Conference - More than a Conference, a Leap Forward

As the premier educational and networking event for those who are committed to saving places, the 2014 National Preservation Conference, PastForward, pushes new frontiers in programming, outreach and engagement with robust opportunities for onsite, online and virtual experiences. Held in Savannah, Ga., Nov 11-14, PastForward features in-depth Learning Labs, on the ground exploration through Field...

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Utah State University's Wayne Estes Center Attracts Student Athletes with Tubelite Curtainwall's Daylight and Views
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Utah State University's Wayne Estes Center Attracts Student Athletes with Tubelite Curtainwall's Daylight and Views

USU's Wayne Estes Training Center Walker, Michigan — In his 20-plus years of coaching, Stew Morrill never had an office with a window. Now, Utah State University’s (USU’s) head basketball coach enjoys a gorgeous view of Cache Valley and the Wellsville Mountains framed by Tubelite’s curtainwall systems. Morill’s office is part of the University’s recently completed 32,744...

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The Next Wave of Intelligent Design Automation
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The Next Wave of Intelligent Design Automation

In the amount of time it takes to set up a meeting to discuss just one design, engineers can now explore designs exponentially. Generative design has catalyzed a paradigm shift in product development. This shift not only drastically decreases the time it takes to design a product. It also opens the door to design options that might never have been imagined by engineers on their own.

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High Efficiency Window System meets Energy Star 6.0 criteria.

Offered in various colors and finishes, eos™ (Energy Optimized System) offers telescoping welded sill andÂ- triple weather seals as well as features that enable design pressure rating for DP50 that can be configured for higher performance. System, in some configurations, exceeds ENERGY STAR® 6.0 for all climate zones. Features include .27 U-factor with double pane glass...

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Loyola University Chicago's Center for Sustainable Urban Living features Wausau's High-Performance, ADA-Accessible Windows
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Loyola University Chicago's Center for Sustainable Urban Living features Wausau's High-Performance, ADA-Accessible Windows

Loyola University Chicago's Center for Sustainable Urban Living features Wausau's high-performance, ADA-accessible windows Wausau, Wisconsin - Loyola University Chicago (LUC) strives to be one of the most sustainable urban campuses in the United States. The newly opened Center for Sustainable Urban Living (CSUL) showcases many of LUC's most innovative, eco-friendly features, including natural...

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Wausau's INvent Hurricane Impact-Resistant Windows Receive NOA
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Wausau's INvent Hurricane Impact-Resistant Windows Receive NOA

Wausau, Wisconsin - Wausau Window and Wall Systems® INvent™ -HP -XLT Series windows have received Florida's Miami-Dade Count Notice of Acceptance (NOA), meeting the most stringent hurricane codes. Along with hurricane impact-resistance, these windows provide energy performance and recycled content to meet buildings' goals for both sustainability and protection. INvent-HP-XLT Series fixed,...

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Marvin® Windows and Doors Presents Passive Building Solutions and Contemporary Designs at National AIA Convention

Company's unparalleled design flexibility allows for ultra energy efficiency and capability to accommodate larger sizes WARROAD, Minn.Â- – Marvin Windows and Doors will be at the national AIA Convention in Chicago, June 26 to 28, 2014, to display their wide range of products and capabilities. As a made-to-order window and door company, Marvin is beloved by architects for their ability to...

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Pass-Through Windows/Doors facilitate material exchanges.
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Pass-Through Windows/Doors facilitate material exchanges.

Pass-Through Convenience Windows and Doors act as transfer and transaction portals when materials/documents need to be passed between rooms and air lock or pressure control is not required. Able to be opened from either side, doors are made of transparent, Â-½ in. thick tempered glass or white polypropylene. Stainless-steel, fire-rated door is also available, as are models...

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Transaction Windows come in deep and shallow models.
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Transaction Windows come in deep and shallow models.

Made of Â-½ in. tempered glass, encased in stainless steel frames, Business Transaction Windows give workers visibility and security while engaging with customers. Deep-drawer model is large enough to hold small packages, rolled coins, or files. Its movement is controlled by service worker, and can be locked closed for added safety. Shallow-tray model, equipped with narrow writing surfaces...

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Fresh Air Intake Designed to Meet ASHRAE 62.2 standards
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Fresh Air Intake Designed to Meet ASHRAE 62.2 standards

Alan Manufacturing has a long history of developing innovative solutions for HVAC applications. With over 1,000 product designs under our belt, we have gained a reputation as the go-to source for HVAC dampers, hardware, duct supports, zone control systems, and much more. Adding to this extensive list of achievements we now announce the release of our new line of Fresh Air Intake products. Designed to meet ASHRAE 62.2 standards, they are the most robust and high-performance product of their kind. See our video to learn more.

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