EXTECH’s engineering expertise and customizable systems are ideal for retrofit work and historical preservation. Not only are our systems a sustainable alternative to aging technologies, but they ensure long term performance. Since 1975, we've worked to preserve aging technologies by replacing them with modern solutions to keep up with new building code requirements.
Posts that are about retrofit projects.
EXTECH’s Work at Pathways Innovation Center Featured in Architectural Product Magazine
EXTECH was featured in the January/February 2018 issue of Architectural Products in a product focus on Daylight Harvesting.The mention reads: "Daylighting A New Stem Space: Bringing in ample daylighting through a 30 ft high exterior wall into a two-story common space, Cuningham Group and MOA Architecture specified more than 3000 sq. ft. of EXTECH's LightWall 3440 interlocking...Continue reading
EXTECH’s work at Otterbein University featured in Retrofit Magazine
The September/October 2017 issue of Retrofit Magazine profiles the retrofit of Otterbein University's STEAM Innovation Center, and how EXTECH's LIGHTWALL 3000 was used to create the glass, polycarbonate, and metal geometric facade the project architect envisioned.The profile details the ambitious purpose of the university's new education building, and how the LIGHTWALL 3000 was able to...Continue reading
Case Study and Photos: Otterbein University’s STEAM Innovation Center
A State-of-the-Art Renovation in Central Ohio Project: Otterbein University’s STEAM Innovation Center Location: Westerville, OH Architect: Moody Nolan General Contractor: Corna Kokosing System: LIGHTWALL 3000 In a world where factory jobs are being replaced with smart technology and globalization has made the manufacturing industry increasingly competitive, Otterbein University saw an opportunity. The plan was to...Continue reading
EXTECH’s Logan Airport Hangar Renovation profiled in Retrofit magazine
EXTECH's LIGHTWALL 3440 and work on the hangar renovation at Logan International Airport are profiled in the July/August 2016 issue of Retrofit magazine. Notable features of the project - including EXTECH's custom fabrication of reinforced clips that solved the simultaneous need for high durability and lightweight flexibility - are detailed in the article. To read more on the...Continue reading