CWS COMPLETES SECURITY WINDOW FILM PROJECT AT TWO DALLAS COURTHOUSES
DALLAS – Commercial Window Shield has completed security window film installation projects at Dallas’s most visible and active county courthouse buildings.
The company installed clear security window film on all the ground floor windows of the George Allen Courts Building and Frank Crowley Criminal Building. The project involved protecting 800 panes – 13,000 square feet – of glass with safety and security window film. The film will secure the window and hold the glass in place during any catastrophic terrorist or weather event.
Commercial Window Shield was the low bidder on the publicly bid project, directed by Dallas County. The company has a reputation for adapting to and handling any situation. For this project, installers completed the project on time in 31 days to the satisfaction of county officials even though both buildings were fully occupied and functional. Also, to handle some hard-to-reach windows, installers used lifts and special ladders.
The project comes at a time when government, school districts and the private sector are stepping up their security plans to protect their buildings from potential terrorist – and other – attacks. Security window film installation usually is a key component of any building security plan.
Commercial Window Shield is the country’s largest installer of safety and security window films. Among the hundreds of projects the company has completed in its 35 years are the U.S. Capitol, all House of Representative and Library of Congress buildings, the Pentagon, FBI headquarters, Grand Central Terminal, Merrill Lynch headquarters, O’Hare International Airport, the Willis Tower [former Sears Tower], the United Nations, and the Philadelphia and Denver mints. The company also has installed security film on more than 200 school buildings in nine states.
For more information:
George Tanber  410-7913 or Adam Staley  215-9469