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December 20, 2016

KEARNEYSVILLE, W.Va. – Commercial Window Shield has been selected for a security window film installation project at a Internal Revenue Service building in western West Virginia.
 
The project involves installing 8-mil clear security film on all the exterior windows of the building, protecting 35,000 sq. ft. of glass. Additionally, roller window shades will be installed on some of the glass.
 
The safety and security film work is part of a 3-year construction and renovation project involving the consolidation of three IRS...

November 22, 2016

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Vornado/Charles E. Smith has once again selected Commercial Window Shield for a film installation project in the nation’s capitol region.
 
The project, at Vornado’s Crystal Plaza 4 building at 2200 Crystal Drive, involves removing 15-year-old solar control film from all the windows in the 11-story building and replacing it with new solar control film. The original film is in poor condition and results in poor visibility looking out from inside the building. 
 
In total, Commercial Window Shield will...

October 31, 2016

WASHINGTON – In the wake of increased security at all federal buildings related to terrorists events in Europe and elsewhere, Commercial Window Shield has completed a glass protection project at the James Forrestal Building on Independence Avenue.

Previously, in 1998, Commercial Window Shield installed clear security film on all 3,300 panes of glass in the building, headquarters for the U.S. Department of Energy.

The new, unique project focused on securing 86 massive windows in the building’s ground-level cafeteria, which seats 600. Although the glass was...

October 19, 2016

WASHINGTON – Commercial Window Shield has completed a shatter resistant security film installation project near the U.S. Capitol and U.S. House of Representatives buildings complex.

The project, at 250 E St. SW, involved installing 7-mil clear shatter resistant security film utilizing a wet glaze attachment system on 176 windows.

Commercial Window Shield was retained for the project by ADI Construction of Springfield, Va. Building owner Piedmont Office Realty Trust of Johns Creek, Ga., hired ADI to renovate one floor of the building for GSA tenant Federal Mediation...

September 16, 2016

WASHINGTON – Commercial Window Shield has completed a security window film project for Vornado/Charles E. Smith on a historic building in the nation’s capitol. The project included a customized approach to preserving and protecting a number of antique, first-floor windows.
 
The specs, at the Bowen Building, two blocks from the White House at the corner of Eye and 15th streets, called for the installation of 7-mil clear film on 699 windows.  GSA recently signed a lease with Vornado for the building’s tenant, the U.S. Department of...

August 29, 2016

BEAVERTON, Ore. – Commercial Window Shield has completed Phase 2 of a glass protection project for the Beaverton School District.

As with Phase 1, which was completed last summer, Phase 2 called for installation of 8-mil security and safety window film with a Dow 995 wet glass attachment system to vulnerable entry and first-floor windows. Phase 1 involved 13 Beaverton schools. Phase 2 involved the eight remaining school buildings and...

July 26, 2016

KATY, Texas – The Katy Independent School District, one of the country’s fastest growing school systems, has hired Commercial Window Shield to protect the glass in its buildings.
 
The company will install 15-mil safety and security film with a Dow 995 wet glaze attachment system to the doors and windows in the main entrance vestibules in 55 school buildings. The film secures the glass, thwarting quick entrance from potential intruders.
 
Commercial Window Shield was the lowest – and most experienced – of five...

July 13, 2016

HARTFORD, Conn. – Hartford Public Schools has retained Commercial Window Shield for Phase 3 of its district-wide glass protection project in its school buildings.
 
The latest project involves protecting the windows in E.B. Kennelly Elementary School and Burns Latino Studies Academy. 
 
Last year, the company installed safety and security window film on the entryways and vulnerable first-floor windows in five school buildings. Hartford school officials were so pleased with the quality of the work and performance, they...

June 23, 2016

WASHINGTON – Commercial Window Shield has begun its massive and complex solar film installation project at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in the nation’s capital.
 
In all, the company will install 42,000 sq. ft. of solar film to correct heat, glare and fading issues with furniture, carpet and artwork.  This includes installing 7,500 sq. ft. anti-bird strike film on the L Street bridge corridor, a regular fly-through zone for birds.
 
The project called for an experienced contractor with special expertise...

June 03, 2016

BEAVERTON, Ore.  – Commercial Window Shield has been hired by the Beaverton School District for Phase 2 of its school buildings glass protection project.
 
As with Phase 1, which was completed last summer, Phase 2 calls for installation of 8-mil security and safety window film with a Dow 995 wet glass attachment system to vulnerable entry and first-floor windows. Phase 1 involved 13 Beaverton schools. Phase 2 involves the eight remaining school buildings.
 
The window film installation project, one of many security upgrades...