TSI Commences Work on Marriott Marquis Hotel
Wednesday July 3rd, 2013 - 10:00AM GTR
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WASHINGTON, DC—TSI Corporations has officially started work on the Marriott Marquis hotel in NW Washington, DC. The Marriott International selected TSI Corporations to provide a modern structure with glass and metal on the exterior.
The 46-suite, 1,175-room luxury hotel highlights more than 100,000 square feet of meeting and assembly space, a grand lobby and five separate retail and restaurant spaces on the street level of the building. The project is developing toward a LEED Silver certification from the USGBC.
While being the sub-contractor under the Hensel Phelps umbrella, all three divisions of TSI Corporations are involved in this Hotel Project.
TSI / Exterior Wall Systems, Inc. scope involved the installation of the curtain wall, punched windows and storefront glass. Currently, the crew is working on the installation of 2,400 curtain wall units fabricated by Gardner Metal Systems; followed by the 29,000 punched window units and storefront glass installation. Finally, Mid-Atlantic Construction Supply will provide the composite metal panel for the building’s exterior, which is approximately 94,000 square feet of panels.
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