Historic Glass Block Renovations: Hecht Warehouse

Historic Glass Block Renovations: Hecht Warehouse Architect: Antunovich Associates General Contractor: McCullough Construction, LLC. Owner: Douglas Development Hecht Warehouse: The History Hecht’s was one of Washington D.C.’s oldest and most successful large-scale, locally-owned retail store.  The department store itself was located on the corner of 7th Street in an “American Gothic” building.  Hecht’s offered an…

Installing Glass Block in Denver

Glass Block in Denver Glass Block in Denver: We’ve installed many glass block projects throughout the country, and it would make a great debate to decide on a favorite region that we’ve worked on. New York City has amazing cultures, not to mention some fun projects we’ve completed, such as the flagship store of COACH…

Zero Lot Line Construction

Zero Lot Lines What is a Zero Lot Line House? A zero lot line house is a piece of residential property where the house comes up or very near to the edge of the property line. Zero lot lines typically contain one side yard, whereas traditional houses include two side yards – one on either…

6 Ways to Use Architectural Glass Outdoors

Incorporating Glass Block + Structural Glass Outdoors As summertime quickly approaches, home and building owners are beginning to tackle the outdoor projects that they have been planning throughout the colder winter months. Whether it’s a small balcony or a large backyard, enhanced outdoor spaces encourage time spent outdoors can provide a number of personal and…

Glass Block In Transportation

Bringing Beauty and Durability to Transportation Stations A study from the American Public Transportation Association reports that public transportation ridership has increased by 30% in recent years. Whether on a train, bus or ferry, Americans took 2.5 billion trips on public transportation in the third quarter of 2018 alone. Transportation stations accommodate a high volume…