SUNY's historic Administrative Building relies on Wausau's windows

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

For nearly a century, the Delaware and Hudson (D&H) railroad company headquarters has anchored State Street and Broadway in Albany, N.Y. The large, historic structure now serves as the Administrative Building for the State University of New York (SUNY). Updating the building's performance and preserving its architectural heritage, Wausau Window and Wall Systems provided more than 1,000 windows for the property's recent renovation.

Originally designed by Albany architect Marcus T. Reynolds in a Flemish Gothic architectural style, the initial construction was completed in 1915. Upon completion, an expansion immediately began at the southern end of the building for the Albany Evening Journal's headquarters. The entire building, completed in 1918, stretched 660 feet long.

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