When a 150-year-old intelligence driven financial force on NYC’s waterfront sought to redirect their 10-floor workplace, it made sense to call in Transwall to provide office fronts.
That is something that Transwall has been doing for 52 years. The challenge presented to Transwall was to design a modular, demountable, high STC driven double glazed Compliance Wall that could be reconfigured as quickly as the client adapted to their needs to meet market demands.
The choice became clear after the first meeting with facilities and their selected A&D Firm: ONE LP and a product designed for this project that would come to be called Compliance by Transwall.
The result: A sophisticated high-performance driven environment that provides the right place to make intelligent decisions with conviction.
Take a look at our architectural wall panels and see what Transwall can do for your work environment.
Transwall was honored to receive the 2017 Washington Building Congress Craftsmanship Award last month. We were selected for the award for our work on the Mitre 4 project in Washington, DC. Mike Spade, Kevin Link, Senem Atalay, and Shaun Mannix attended the ceremony at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel to accept the award on March 31.
The WBC has recognized close to 12,000 craftsmen over last 61 years for their workmanship on more than 3,100 winning projects. The organization created the Craftsmanship Awards Program to honor those who individually provided exceptional workmanship on buildings throughout the Washington, DC area. Awards are offered for a wide range of skills including the technical installation of mechanical systems, cabinet and woodwork, artistic painting, and masonry and stone work. This year, the WBC’s Annual Craftsmanship Awards Banquet was attended by more than 1,200 commercial real estate industry professionals, spouses and friends.
The WBC is a non-political association dedicated to building relationships with and among members, encouraging collaboration on best practices, and working together to advance the industry as a whole. Founded in 1937, the association has served as a resource to the metropolitan Washington building industry for decades.