Challenge: As a New Haven, CT Landmark Building no changes to the exterior of the building could be made. Because the building is an active educational facility it needed to be energy efficient and comfortable for its inhabitants. The old original windows were drafty and inefficient.
Result: The original windows were converted to double-pane insulated and weather stripped units maintaining the historical integrity of the building. As a result of this successful project numerous additional historically significant Yale buildings have had their windows converted using the Bi-Glass system.