Case Study: The Battery — Philadelphia, PA

June 9, 2022

Case Study: The Battery — Philadelphia, PA

Graham has a case study profiling our work with The Battery, an adaptive reuse development in Philadelphia, PA. The historic building was formerly the Delaware Power Station of the Philadelphia Electric Company and is planned to provide mixed-use space for hospitality, residential, and commercial applications.

The challenge of this project was delivering thermal performance and stability while matching the sightlines of the steel windows that originally filled this coal-fired power station’s 40-foot openings. Graham worked with the developers who chose our SR6700 Steel Replica product to meet the project requirements.

View the Battery Case Study here and check our case studies section to read about other Graham projects.

           The Battery features Graham’s Popular SR6700 Steel Replica Window

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Historic Power Plant Becomes “The Battery”
Window installation at the Battery Project, along the Delaware river in Philadelphia, PA has begun.  The windows are only part of a much larger effort to convert the abandoned Philadelphia Electric Company’s (PECO) …