Architects Omaha | Jackson Jackson and Associates

"Specs and plans are the best.  I have also received many such comments from contractors.  Eileen is thorough not only in the planning stages, but in her site visits and ensuring the project is completed as planned, including timely closeout documents."  Dwayne L. Johnson, Past Director Facility Services – Wayne State College

Norfolk Regional Center
Window Replacement

Project Location: Norfolk, Nebraska

Completion Date: November 2009

Cost: $784,000

Size:  634 Windows   



The Norfolk Regional Center Window Replacement Project had two main objectives in replacing 634 window units: energy efficiency and durability. The least energy efficient part of a building envelope was the glazing and the existing windows at the Regional Center were single-pane glass in an aluminum framing system. We were originally instructed not to use wood windows, as they are not durable enough to take the abuse of the patients, and we could not use aluminum windows, as they were not energy efficient. We researched several frame/hardware systems and glazing systems and through our research, we were able to find a new aluminum window with the same high energy efficient rating as the fiberglass. We proposed that the owner install the two systems as test installations for their review. We bid both units and the aluminum windows were the low bid due to their ease of installation. Additional steps were taken to ensure a quality installation.   We specified independent air infiltration and water penetration testing of several of the units.

6912 North 97th Circle
Suite 1
Omaha, NE 68122


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