Averting Emergency at NYC Hospital

For this project, WindowFix supplied and installed 140 custom architectural windows, per specification. Some of the major challenges were that the existing façade was pulling away from the building and there were other hazards within the façade.

Modern Archeology in Soho

This was a mixed-use building, featuring two buildings joined together and an addition added to the roof and back of both properties as part of an adaptive reuse project. WindowFix supplied and installed 100+ Marvin custom windows and doors in accordance with Landmark and Energy codes, obtaining a Certificate of No Effect (CNE) Permit.

Collaborative Redesign with Architectural Steel

WindowFix installed and assembled multiple custom architectural steel windows, doors, skylights, and a curtain wall. This included installing the glass for every unit on site. The property owner was also the architect who dreamed up the design. He worked with Optimum, the manufacturer, to design all the configurations, but he needed an experienced team to install and glaze all the openings.

Floor To Ceiling Windows and Doors

This was a new construction multi-family rental property. Our client wanted us to match the sight lines of the adjacent building which had been built a few years earlier. WindowFix provided 150 wood-fiberglass windows and doors manufactured by Marvin Integrity, who produced the entire job in less than three weeks.

Retouching Gloss Studio

Gloss Studio is one of the leaders in photo retouching for the fashion industry. WindowFix supplied and installed Custom Heavy Commercial, thermally-broken windows by Crystal Windows, which were hoisted to the 8th and 9th Floor.

Fire Rated Windows For Stairways

In collaboration with JRS Architects and Optimum Window, we designed and engineered windows that comply with the NYC Fire Code for the hallways and stairways of each property.

Correcting A Giant

Within this 35’ tall opening, the original builder installed a storefront system. The windows were inserted into the storefront aluminum tubing, none of which was rated to handle air and water. The presence of heavy and sloppy caulking around the system and glass evidenced a previous attempt at stopping the water.