Renewing a historic heritage

August 11, 2010

Once known as Weston College, a Jesuit renewal and assisted-living center for retired priests in Cranberry Township, Pa., required its windows be replaced. Windows installed in the 1970s did not adhere to the historic architectural style of the facility and began to leak, causing damage to original artwork.

A new line of windows was chosen for the building that allowed for customization while accommodating the original style of the college. The efficient window solutions allowed the facility to retain the 1920s architectural style it had been recognized for.

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