ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. (Oct. 13, 2016) — Window Interiors, a leading specialty subcontractor, has been recognized by the Central Florida Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors for its work on Florida Hospital for Women by being awarded both an Eagle Award and the Subcontractor Award of Excellence.
ABC Central Florida recognizes outstanding projects each year with an Eagle Award. In addition, the association awards one subcontractor each year with the Subcontractor Award of Excellence. Window Interiors worked for general contractor Brasfield & Gorrie on Florida Hospital for Women.
“Our goal is to be the ‘no problems people’ on every job we do. These awards celebrate attention to detail, outstanding planning and coordination efforts, success in overcoming challenges and a quality installation,” said Dave Riley, Window Interiors’ president. “Kelly Garcia and the rest of the staff did a great job on this project, and we are thrilled to receive this honor from ABC.”
The Florida Hospital for Women project consisted of the construction of a 12-story, 322-bed patient tower. Window Interiors provided double motorized shades in patient rooms to allow patients to adjust the amount of natural light, while still being able to see outside or to use a blackout shade for darkness.
The company also installed double motorized solar and blackout shades in first-floor classrooms, as well as manual solar shades in select common areas on patient floors. Finally, Window Interiors installed a coil wire mesh drapery in the first-floor lobby to add a unique design element.
In addition, Window Interiors worked with the contractor and other subcontractors to allow patients to use a single controller to adjust lighting and shades, as well as to call the nurse.
This is not the first time Window Interiors has been honored for its outstanding work in the construction industry.
Window Interiors has received numerous other Eagle Awards, including each of the last three years. The company provides window treatment solutions for all types of commercial buildings, including healthcare, multi-family, hospitality, offices, restaurant and retail and education.
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