Office – Faver Gray Renovation
September 1, 2015
This coastal corporate office space sought to renovate its facilities and chose Deceuninck windows for their structural and thermal performance as well as energy-saving capabilities.
- Who: Deceuninck North America, Ventana Windows, New South Windows
- What: Renovation of commercial contractor FaverGray’s corporate offices
- Why: Structural and thermal performance, modern appearance
- When: Spring 2013
- Product: Revolution™ Tilt & Turn Windows
When a cutting-edge construction management team renovates their corporate offices, do they want conventional-style windows?
Not even close. They want a Revolution.
FaverGray is a commercial general contracting company that provides specialized design and construction management services to real estate owners, developers and investors across the nation.
FaverGray’s outstanding growth and reputation is attributable to the experience and expertise of the company’s talented team of professionals who consistently deliver high-quality projects.
FaverGray chose Deceuninck’s Revolution™ Tilt & Turn for its structural and thermal performance. The company’s headquarters is four blocks from the ocean in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
Revolution was the optimal solution because of its resistance to environmental exposure, as well as its modern appearance and energy-saving capabilities.
Revolution also provides ventilation through its tilt operation and the ability to easily clean the windows through its in-swing operation.
The custom design for FaverGray features four Revolution windows mulled together to fill a large opening. The windows were further customized by laminating the exterior in Hunter Green and adding simulated divided lites.
The windows were sold through New South Windows of Tampa, Florida and fabricated by Ventana Windows.
About Deceuninck North America
Deceuninck North America, LLC is an industry-leading fully integrated design, compounding, tooling, lamination, fiberglass pultrusion and PVC extrusion company that produces energy-efficient residential and commercial window and door systems. The company is committed to developing high-performance products and has customers that produce over 7 million windows and doors annually. Its headquarters are in Monroe, Ohio, with a facility in Fernley, Nevada. Deceuninck North America is part of the Deceuninck Group, an integrated global organization that produces PVC window systems for the building industry. Deceuninck Group is headquartered in Belgium, is listed on Euronext Brussels (ticker: DECB) and employs 3,700 people servicing more than 4,000 customers in more than 90 countries with worldwide production facilities. For more information, please visit DeceuninckNA.com or www.deceuninck.com/investors.