Hope’s Specified to Fulfill Historic Neighborhood’s Design Standards
Thursday, January 25, 2018
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® Windows, Inc. provided over 180 window and door units for a residential condominium building – Four51 Marlborough – in Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood.
Jamestown175™ Series fixed and vented heavy custom steel windows and doors were used for their quality, durability, and style. The project required a product that provided a contemporary aesthetic while matching the historic context of the area.
Creating a Seamless Transition Between Interior and Exterior
Tuesday, January 02, 2018
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® Hopkins Series™ steel slide and fold doors along with Landmark175™ Series steel windows and doors, all featuring Thermal Evolution™ technology, lend a modern aesthetic to the traditional style of this Washington, D.C. home.
Hopkins Series slide and fold doors on the ground level help create a seamless transition from the beautiful backyard garden to the modern, art-inspired interior.
Project Follows Hope’s Installation at USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® solid hot-rolled steel windows and doors were installed in the new Jill and Frank Fertitta Hall, the undergraduate facility of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.
Completed in June 2016, the five-story,104,000-square foot building features Hope’s Jamestown175™ Series fixed and casement windows and Hope’s 5000 Series™ swing doors and offset pivot doors with transoms and sidelights.
Rauh House Captures Design Award of Excellence from Docomomo US
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
JAMESTOWN, NY – The newly restored Frederick and Harriet Rauh House in Cincinnati, updated with Hope’s University Series™ solid hot-rolled steel windows, recently garnered a Residential Design Award of Excellence from Docomomo US.
The Rauh House, built in 1938, is considered an icon of International Style Modernism in the United States. Docomomo US is the United States chapter of the international organization dedicated to the documentation and protection of architecture, landscape and urban design of the Modern Movement.
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® custom, handcrafted hot-rolled solid steel windows were installed in an adaptive reuse project for the University of Chicago’s new Saieh Hall for Economics in Chicago, IL.
Occupying a full city block, the first phase of this project transformed a seminary originally built in 1928 into a 100,000-sq.-ft. building that preserves the beauty and grandeur of the historic structure while updating it with 21st century features and efficiencies.
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® patented Thermal Evolution™ technology for hot-rolled, solid steel windows is the recipient of the 2015 Glass Magazine Award for the window category.
Glass Magazine’s prestigious glass and metal industry awards program recognizes the best products and glass applications for the commercial, retail and fabrication markets.
Awards were given in eight product and project categories, including “Most Innovative Curtain Wall, Window or Storefront Product” – the full name of the category in which Hope’s Thermal Evolution technology leads.
Built in 1908, Building 9 Undergoes Historic Renovation with Hope’s One55 Series Steel Windows
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
JAMESTOWN, NY – For the second year in a row, Hope’s® has received the Preservation Honor Award from the Historic Hawaii Foundation for a historic renovation project at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.
Building 9 was furnished with Hope’s One55 Series custom-handcrafted solid, hot-rolled steel windows designed to Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) standards.
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® – the nation’s leading and most experienced manufacturer of custom-designed, handcrafted hot-rolled solid steel and solid bronze window and door systems – will be showcasing a number of its signature product offerings at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) convention May 14 – 16 in Atlanta.
Hope’s will be exhibiting at Booth #4322 featuring:
JAMESTOWN, NY – Hope’s® University Series™ custom, handcrafted solid steel windows – and Hope’s 5000 Series™ steel swing doors – were installed in an historic, renovated building that now serves as the home of the newly created, state-of-the-art Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol, VA.
The museum’s director and head curator, Jessica Turner, describes the Hope’s products as “stunning” and says they restored the two-level, 24,000 sq. ft. building to its “former glory.”