Wednesday, September 7

HITT RETAINS CWS FOR PRIVACY/DECORATIVE

FILM INSTALLATION PROJECT IN D.C.

WASHINGTON – One of the country’s leading general contractors has hired Commercial Window Shield for a decorative film installation project in the nation’s capital.

HITT Contracting will be building out one floor in the iconic Met Square building, 655 15th St. NW, which is directly across from the White House. The Office of the People’s Counsel, a District of Columbia government agency, is the tenant.

Commercial Window Shield will be installing decorative film, also known as privacy film, on all office fronts and conference room glass. A gradient decorative film has been chosen, which transitions from clear to opaque once installed on the glass.

The project is scheduled for early fall. Commercial Window Shield will work closely with other HITT contractors to avoid any scheduling conflicts.

The company has had a close working relationship with HITT since 2008, having completed numerous window film installation projects. In addition to HITT, Commercial Window Shield works with other top general contractors, including DAVIS, Rand Construction, DPR Construction, Harvey-Cleary and Gilbane Building Co.

Commercial Window Shield’s major focus has been security and solar control window film installation. But in addition to privacy/decorative films the company also is expert in installing smart/switchable, Radio Frequency [RF], anti-bird strike and polycarbonate protective glass systems.

Its 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.

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