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April 2013

Wausau’s INvent Series and zero sightline windows help meet ADA accessibility criteria

“Wausau’s accessible projected windows operate with one hand, and require an operating force of five pounds or less to unlock, open, close and lock without making users need to tightly grasp, pinch or twist their wrists. This helps ensure that fresh air and connection to the outdoors are made accessible to people with physical disabilities.”

February 2013

Penn State’s futuristic Millennium Science Complex earns LEED Gold, features Wausau’s SuperWall and sun shades

Pennsylvania State University’s Millennium Science Complex (MSC) has received rave reviews for its cutting-edge design, state-of-the-art departmental integration and use of high-performance materials. The project also has earned LEED® Gold certification for its environmentally responsible design and construction.

January 2013

University Business counts Wausau’s INvent Retro windows for “Top 100 Products”

Meeting the needs of universities and schools, Wausau’s INvent Retro windows replicate the look of classic steel and wood windows, while offering modern, high performance.

December 2012

Wausau provides historically styled, blast-mitigating, hurricane-resistant window system for renovation of modernist federal buildings in Puerto Rico

Helping protect federal government offices and occupants in Puerto Rico, while preserving the Modern aesthetic, Wausau Window and Wall Systems provided high-performance systems for the Federico Degetau Federal Building and the Clemente Ruiz Nazario U.S. Courthouse.

November 2012

University of South Carolina’s Patterson Hall renovation exceeds LEED goals with high-performance Wausau windows

University of South Carolina currently has more than 600,000 square feet of green buildings on campus and by the end of 2013, is scheduled to surpass 1 million square feet. The University estimates that these green initiatives will save the school more than $1.5 million every year in energy and maintenance costs.