Courier Square – Charleston, SC.
September 10, 2020
Accolades for Courier Square
Courier Square, the gateway to downtown Charleston’s Peninsula district, is part of a larger multi-phase redevelopment project. It is composed of two distinct buildings, an office building along Meeting Street and a residential building at Columbus Street. The office building, Greystar Developers new headquarters, has a traditional Greek Revival style with sixteen Ionic columns set into a stucco facade with retail shops at the ground level. The second building, The Guild, is an eight-story, 220-unit loft-style brick apartment building on Columbus Street, has a brick exterior and the industrial appearance of many of the warehouses in the area. Part of the Guild building is a 120 foot high clock tower that marks the development on the skyline.
Graham provided 1,050 custom offset fixed S1400 Series windows, 690 standard fixed S1400 Series windows and 58 terrace doors. All windows and doors had energy saving high performance low-e coating and many of the windows and doors required hurricane impact glazing. Graham had to design and provide many custom stack mullions and transition mullions to accommodate the architectural vision.
The architects for the project Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP, has a Case Study posted on their website with lots of nice photos of the buildings.
The project also has received several awards:
The Congress for the New Urbanism – 2019 Charter Award.
The Historic Charleston Foundation – Whitelaw Founders Award. The Whitelaw Award recognizes individuals, groups, or government entities that are committed to the long-term protection and preservation of important buildings and places in and around Charleston, South Carolina, as well as those involved with preservation advocacy and policy.
The New Urban Guild – an inaugural New Urban Guild Award in the category “Design Excellence.”
To find out more about the Graham window and door products used on this project, contact Jim Eisenbeis, Graham’s Director of Marketing.
Landmark by the River
August 27, 2020
Windows Into History
Following a recent trend of revitalization in downtown La Crosse, Wisconsin, Landmark by the River is a mixed use facility renovated from the site of the former La Crosse Plow Company Building, constructed in 1914. It is …
Cook County Hospital Update
August 13, 2020
Graham Windows Grace Another Landmark Building
Chicago’s Cook County Hospital is undergoing a major transformation, including getting new Graham Architectural Products’ windows.
This landmark property originally opened in 1857 as a teaching hospital, transitioning to an army hospital during the …
Graham has a new brochure!
July 2, 2020
Schools & Universities
Graham has a new brochure showcasing projects we’ve completed in the education sector. Included are photos and details of our work with schools such as Stanford University, St. Louis University, University of Michigan, and more.
The brochure …
Graham’s Human Impact Window Solution
June 11, 2020
S6300 Human Impact Resistant Window
Developed specifically for hospital and psychiatric care applications, the Graham S6300 Human Impact Resistant Window is designed to provide the benefits of day-lighting in clinical settings while maintaining control over unwanted egress. The S6300 replaces …
Historic Charleston Jasper Project
May 28, 2020
Historic Charleston Jasper Project
Situated in the heart of historic Charleston, SC, “The Jasper” a 12-story 219-unit multifamily housing and commercial complex at the former Sergeant Jasper site is getting outfitted with Graham windows as it is nearing completion.
Plant Upgrades in April
May 7, 2020
“Plant Upgrades in April”
Despite operating with a limited staff for the last 7 weeks, we used our time and resources at Graham wisely to make a number of improvements to our operations while maintaining a safe work environment. We …
Stanford EVGR – Update
April 20, 2020
“A Graduate-Level Course In Collaboration”
Graham has a new case study showcasing our work on Stanford University’s Escondido Village Graduate Residences (EVGR). The EVGR project was the first to include Graham’s GT6 Window System, which was designed in-part to meet …
AIA Accredited Continuing Education Courses
April 16, 2020
Virtual Lunch and Learn – AIA Continuing Education Courses
Graham Architectural Products offers a number of AIA continuing education courses. We realize many of our colleagues are currently working remotely and wanted to make it easier for them to keep …
Graham Windows Adorn WSU’s Chatsworth Tower Project
March 27, 2020
Historic Detroit Building Transformed
Wayne State University is currently renovating its Chatsworth Residence Hall, and Graham windows are everywhere you look.
The iconic structure, built in 1928 and added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1986, was …