Our Portfolio of Commercial Projects
Dept. of Govmtl. Services Architect - McGinnis Chen Contractor - Giampolini Consultant - Wooden Window, Inc. Consultant on window preservation according to Park Service Guidelines for maintaining historic fabric. All work completed "off-hours." The pricing and cost of the project was exactly as Mark outlined it. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA
Contractor – Western Waterproofing Painter – Heather & French Painting, Inc. Designer – Scott Cunningham Glass Design & Restoration – Connie Levathes, Helios Art Glass Wooden Window, working with partner Western Water Proofing, restored over 50 windows for this iconic “castle” located in Pacifica, CA. After a long and mixed history of use, Sam Mazza initiated a restoration of the castle structure and interiors. Wooden Window rehabilitated, repaired and upgraded windows for project interior designer Scott Cunningham, transforming this historic building into a home for the Sam Mazza charitable foundation.
Contractor - Giampolini Architect - McGinnis Chen With the help of a crane, this preservation project involved weatherproofing and fabricating perfect-to-match in-swing casement windows with multi-point latches. I'd recognize Greg for great service. - Jul 29 2011 in Piedmont CA
Contractor - Cannon Constructors Architect - Huntsman Group Developer - MK Equities Engineering Consultant - SGH Construction This project involved restoring or fabricating double-hung windows and pivot windows that were subjected to design pressure load testing, water testing and wind-load testing as well as testing to verify particular sound ratings. I can't think of any products at this time. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA
Contractor - Herrero Bros. Photography - Ken Gutmaker Photography Architect - STARKWEATHER|BONDY Architects This historic 19th-century mansion is home to Stuart Hall for Boys, a K-8 day school. Historic interior details, such as decorative pilasters and balustrades, have been restored. In addition to window restoration, the exterior design included upgrades to play yards, a formal pedestrian entry, and student commons. The preservation utilized mahogany for windows and sash. Soundproofing was achieved through use of laminated glass. Overall I was happy with the product and Jeff was very effective. - Feb 05 2011 in Lafayette CA
Contractor - Kardel Construction I can't think of any products at this time. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA
Contractor - Hathaway DinWiddie Contractor- Boyette Construction Architects- IMA/Korth Sunseri Hagey Original Architect - Lewis Parsons Hobart Massive windows featuring true dividided lights were installed at the Bohemian Club in San Francisco.
Restoration, preservation, and weatherization. I was most satisfied with the customer service. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA
General Contractor - Bowe Contractors Architect - Page & Turnbull I can't think of any products at this time. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA
Architects - Page & Turnbull Interior Designers - Rockwell Group General Contractors - Plant Construction Acoustical Consultants - Charles M Salter Associates For 218 years, the San Francisco Presidio served as an army post for three nations. With 1480 acres and more than 500 historic buildings, the Presidio became a part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in 1994. The Walt Disney Family Museum, a 19,000 square foot, $110 million museum complex transformed an army barrack (Building 104) and two neighboring buildings on the Presidio Parade Ground into a visually stunning telling of the story of Disney’s life and work. The museum occupies the one barrack where the inside was bare, stripped for structural work in 1995. Even so, the construction budget was $52 million for the project, which includes two buildings to the north (one converted a gymnasium into offices, the other ingeniously tucked the museum's mechanical systems into a machine gun shed). Wooden Window’s responsibility included replacing damaged and missing windows and doors with historically accurate replacements that perfectly matched the originals incorporating soundproof glass. The project required close attention to detail to ensure an exact match, using museum quality glass, in an award winning historic restoration and adaptive reuse.
Contractor - Masters Touch Architect - Rynerson O'Brien Contractor - Fixture Pro It’s known as the McDonald Mansion and was built in the late 1870s by Col. Mark Lindsay McDonald, owner of Santa Rosa’s water company. According to About.com, the Stick-Eastlake style (a type of Victorian architecture) was meant to evoke the plantations along the Mississippi. When featured in Disney's PollyAnna, the filmmakers decided that the 14,000-square foot mansion could pass for Aunt Polly’s house–with a little help. The top two floors were painted on. That’s right. They were simply a matte painting added in post-production to look like this. (see below) I was most satisfied with the customer service. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA
Photographer - David Wakely Contractor - DMG Construction Architect - ELS Architecture The Historic Old Administration Building (HOAB) of Fresno City College. Restored after being closed for thirty years. A simple, objective test was devised to determine whether each window would be restored or replaced and ultimately, the project required the restoration and refabrication of more than 100 wooden doors and 600 wooden windows. Read more on the site of Jim Stone Architect. The pricing and cost of the project was exactly as Mark outlined it. - Sep 12 2011 in Moraga CA