CWS Retained By Harvey-Cleary For GSA Shatter Resistant, Privacy Film Installation Project

BEDFORD, Mass. – Commercial Window Shield has been retained by Harvey-Cleary Builders for a security window film and decorative/privacy window film installation project for two GSA tenants.

Harvey-Cleary will be renovating a three-story building housing U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and Office of Inspector General offices. Under GSA’s 2005 Security Standard, some federal government tenants must meet specific requirements regarding window safety.

As a result, Commercial Window Shield will be installing clear security film on all the building’s windows to meet the shatter-resistant window protection requirement stipulated in GSA’s lease language.

Additionally, Commercial Window Shield will be installing a band of decorative/privacy film on all office and conference room fronts. The film adds an attractive design element to the glass while also providing a measure of privacy.

Commercial Window Shield will work closely with Harvey-Cleary during the renovation process to coordinate the window film installation components of the project which likely will occur in two phases.

Over the years, Commercial Window Shield has worked on numerous window film installation projects for Harvey-Cleary, one of the country’s largest construction companies. Additionally, the company has worked with many other leading general contractors, including DAVIS, HITT, Rand Construction, DPR Construction, Gilbane, and May Construction.

In addition to privacy/decorative window film and security window film installation, Commercial Window is a leading installer of solar control window films, radio frequency [RF] films, switchable smart films, anti-bird strike films, and polycarbonate protective glass systems.

Commercial Window Shield’s many clients have included the U.S. Capitol, FBI headquarters, the Pentagon, all House of Representative and Library of Congress buildings, Grand Central Terminal, Merrill Lynch headquarters, the United Nations, the Willis [former Sears] Tower, O’Hare and Seattle international airports, and the Philadelphia and Denver mints.