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New Life to Hollywood, FL Office Buidling

Crawford-Tracey installs new hurricane-resistant curtain wall in 40 year-old office building



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About Crawford-Tracey Corporation – Founded in 1956, Crawford-Tracey Corporation provides innovative, quality glazing systems. The company developed, tested and installed the first impact-resistant, four-sided, structurally glazed system in the United States and continually offers unique designs to meet specific project needs.


Crawford-Tracey offers a complete line of impact and non-impact-resistant window and door systems for commercial and residential construction applications. The company designs, manufactures and installs all of its products with unsurpassed quality and customer service. An experienced, quality-minded staff ensures the timely completion and quality product that continues to meet or exceed the expectations of general contractors, architects and owners alike.


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Shawn Donovan ( 813.200.0039



DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla — (December 28, 2015) Crawford-Tracey Corporation, a leading Florida-based glazing contractor specializing in unitized and pre-glazed curtain wall and window wall products, recently completed a major curtain wall retrofit project in Hollywood, FL.


The 40 year-old, 6-story office building, now called Ganot Plaza, has a new modern look, showcasing Crawford-Tracey’s Pro-Tech 7SG, a contemporary curtain wall system that meets the most stringent hurricane standards in the country while offering a water rating of 100 psf…the industry’s highest rating for a standard commercial window system. Viracon fabricated the glass with VUE-30, their highest performing coated glass.


“Retrofitting a 40 year old building can have its challenges,” says Ray


Crawford, President of Crawford-Tracey. “We worked closely with the developer/owner, Ganot Capital LLC and the architect, Iraj Shojaie as well as Viracon to make sure we not only meet the desired aesthetics of the new façade but also provide the hurricane and energy performance that was required on the project.”


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