MCLEAN, Va. – Harvey-Cleary, one of the country’s leading general contractors, has hired Commercial Window Shield to install smart film in a Tysons Corner building.
Harvey-Clearly will be doing a complete renovation of a building for its client, Maximus, a 34,000-employee company that provides administrative and other services to federal government programs.
Commercial Window Shield will be installing smart film on the glass of a large conference room in the building. Smart film, also known as switchable film, is installed on interior glass and has an electrical component that is wired to a light switch. When the switch is on, the film remains clear allowing passersby to see inside. When the switch is off the film becomes opaque, blocking views of the interior and turning the glass into a privacy wall.
Smart films are projectable, meaning they can be used as a display screen for viewing power point presentations, videos and other images.
Commercial Window Shield’s switchable smart film installation project will commence this summer, after most of the renovation work is completed.
The Harvey-Cleary project is another example of Commercial Window Shield’s close working relationship with some of the country’s best-known construction companies. Aside from several, successful window film installation projects with Harvey-Cleary, the company has completed security, solar control, radio frequency [RF], and privacy/decorative window film projects for HITT, Gilbane Building Co., Rand construction, D Watts Construction and Davis Construction.
The company’s major focus in its nearly 40 years in business has been security and solar control window film installation. 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.
Tyson corner Mclean va.
Switchable smart film on one large conference room.