Historically Significant Projects
Some of the best things in life are those that have stood the test of time. At Koch Corporation we understand the importance of maintaining architectural character that reflects the beauty of historical buildings, yet brings the value of current Green Technology. Utilizing architectural grade windows of various mediums, along with panning systems, muntins, high performance architectural finishes and energy efficient glazing, we can demonstrate how to upgrade your existing window system to maintain the Historical significance of your project. Along with the installation process, lead and asbestos abatement, if necessary, can be performed by Koch’s own certified team.
St. Meinrad Archabbey, Spencer County, IN
St. Meinrad Archabbey
in Spencer County, Indiana was founded in 1854. One of the reasons that Koch Corporation makes such an excellent choice in contractors when a religious haven, such as the Archabbey needs a renovation done, is that Koch has the ability to do the job with the utmost of respect. Koch is known for their superior expertise in the area of Historical Window Replacement. But Koch is also known for their ability to complete a job in any setting, even a peaceful house of worship, without disruption to the daily flow of activity. Because of this extraordinary ability, Koch Corporation is currently installing over 500, EFCO Windows
in various buildings without disrupting the day to day events on the campus.
St. Meinrad Archabbey Gallery
Athenaeum of Ohio Mt. Saint Mary Seminary
Koch Corporation is currently the prime contractor for a window and door replacement project on the beautiful, historically-significant Athenaeum of Ohio Mt. Saint Mary’s Seminary
located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Athenaeum of Ohio is the third-oldest Roman Catholic Seminary in the United States, having been founded in 1829. Graham Architectural Products
is supplying the nearly one thousand Historical windows that are currently being replaced.
Athenaeum of Ohio Mt. Saint Mary Seminary Gallery
Des Moines City Hall, Des Moines, IA
Koch Corporation put in energy efficient windows made by Old Castle Windows
in the Des Moine Iowa Municipal Court and Public Safety Building. Because this building is of great Historical Significance, the project required a design study to research the history of the windows. Koch’s own certified team also did the asbestos abatement required because of the age of this building.
Des Moines City Hall Image Gallery
Valparaiso University Chapel, Valparaiso, Indiana
Valparaiso University Chapel in Valparaiso, Indiana was the recipient of nearly 1000 windows, installed by Koch Corporation. These custom, steel windows, made by Hope’s Windows
were not only energy efficient, but maintained the historic integrity of the building. Koch Corporation worked closely with Architect, Bradley Smith from Hagerman, Inc to research and implement the elements needed for this project.
Valparaiso University Chapel Image Gallery
Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville, KY
Louisville Free Public Library Gallery
Koch replaced the existing windows in this historically significant building with energy efficient windows produced by Graham. This project earned our team a standing ovation from the staff when it was finished. Read the full story here.
Woods and Woods Indy
21c Museum and Hotel, Louisville, KY
These historical aluminum clad windows were custom made by Marvin to match the prexisting windows and were finished by Koch with custom mahogany exterior trim.
Frazier Arms Museum, Louisville, KY
Carnegie Library in Jefferson, IN
Koch Corporation worked with Louis & Henry Architectural Firm on this historical window replacement job to develop details from their design study of the original blueprint. Custom made windows by Marvin Windows and Curtainwalls & Canvases by Kawneer.