Colorado Springs Airport | Phase One

MapOverviewPhase Two Phase one is off to a great start! The July 28, 2016 hailstorm that smashed Colorado Springs wreaked havoc on the airport’s original skylights. The first phase is to replace the old, wide-cell, polycarbonate product with new Nano-Cell® technology. We do not need to replace the aluminum framing, just switch out the glazing … Continue reading Colorado Springs Airport | Phase One

Hail Damaged Polycarbonate Skylights | Colorado Springs Airport

  • 7770 Milton E Proby Pkwy
  • Colorado Springs,
  • CO
  • 80916

MapPhase OnePhase Two Hail Damage of Airport’s Vintage Polycarbonate Panels Forces a Re-skin Solution. Colorado Springs (COS) Airport is a city-owned public civil-military airport 6 miles southeast of downtown Colorado Springs, CO. It is the second busiest airport in the state. The airport is co-located with Peterson Air Force Base.  The three-level, 275,000 square-foot, 12 … Continue reading Hail Damaged Polycarbonate Skylights | Colorado Springs Airport

Food Bank Warehouse Skylights

  • 2605 Preamble Point
  • Colorado Springs,
  • CO
  • 80915

Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado Uses Warehouse Skylights to Provide Daylighting. Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado finished construction and opened a state-of-the-art warehouse in Colorado Springs in January of 2009. With more than 40,000 square feet of warehouse space for food, it more than doubled their former capacity. The … Continue reading Food Bank Warehouse Skylights