Custom-matched colors are an option on all ActivWall products, and we were delighted to complete this order for our first green windows!
Designers for a renovation at the Green Bay Country Club (GBCC) in Green Bay, Wisconsin, ordered two double Gas Strut Windows in a gorgeous Hartford Green Powder Coat Finish.
The private club, established in 1995, features a nationally recognized 18-hole course designed by Dick Nugent. The double Gas Strut Window was installed at the club’s new 19th Hole Patio, a project led by Eppstein Uhen Architects and Miron Construction.
Each window measures 58.25″ wide by 51.75″ high. They open and close independently but are connected in one frame to create an indoor/outdoor bar area for guests that spans nearly 10′ wide.
Club staff can gently push the windows from the inside to create a pass-through to the outdoor seating area. When outdoor service is done for the day, they can give the windows a push from the outside, or the windows can be closed from the inside with ActivWall’s optional Pull Hook.
According to Cathy Zehms, the Director of Membership and Communications for GBCC, club members enjoy sitting at the outdoor bar after playing golf.
The ActivWall Gas Strut Windows add style and function for warmer months when the outdoor bar is used, but they are also packed with energy-efficient features to ensure that the clubhouse stays cozy in colder months.
Each ActivWall unit is designed with thermally broken aluminum, insulated glass, and quality seals to keep the heat out in the summer and the cold out in the winter. This particular unit features a raised sill that offers maximum projection from the elements. It is one of six sill options offered for various climates.
Durable hardware and secure locks add to this product’s craftsmanship, which is backed by a comprehensive warranty.
ActivWall Gas Strut Windows are available for commercial or residential use. Click the button below for a quote and to connect with an ActivWall dealer near you.
Story by Jennifer Doss. Photos by Sleger Photography. Design by Eppstein Uhen Architects. Construction by Miron Construction Co., Inc. Special thank you to Cathy Zehms of Green Bay Country Club.