From the people who made them happen

What makes a project memorable in the minds of the people who execute it?

It could be a particular challenge you conquered. Some new skills you developed. Or maybe the sheer size and scope of what you accomplished.

In this section of our website, Lockheed Architectural Solutions, Inc. project managers talk about projects that are particularly memorable for them. Each one is an example of the earnest effort and dedication our customers can expect on a daily basis, from our project managers and their teams.

Revoluition Labs | Lexington, MA

Revolution Labs
Lexington, MA

“Revolution Labs in Lexington, Massachusetts stands as a successful project for Lockheed Architectural Solutions, Inc. The architects’ vision and our team’s execution combined to create a building that served as a valuable learning experience for all involved. From project management and drafting to design, fabrication, and installation, every step of the way presented opportunities to grow and improve.

Our scope for the project encompassed the entire façade, we installed a variety of panel systems, curtainwalls, glass canopies, sunshades, and continuous storefronts. A few key material partners that made the project a success were EFCO, Old Castle, Guardian and Green Girt. We implemented Swiss Pearl fiber cement panels for the first time, utilizing in-house design and fabrication to optimize yield and streamline installation. Additionally, we incorporated large Porcelanosa tiles from Spain, requiring careful field-cutting with a wet saw. Other panels materials included ACM, corrugated metal panels, and an acoustical roof screen.

Close collaboration with construction manager Callahan proved crucial to the project’s success. Through effective communication and teamwork, we were able to overcome challenges and ensure a smooth installation process. We look forward to future collaborations with Callahan on similar projects.”

New Construction

Crec Academy Of Aerospace & Engineering
Windsor, CT

“This project was both challenging and highly rewarding on multiple fronts. Lockheed provided many facets of the façade for this building to include the Curtainwalls, Storefronts, Entrances, Kalwall Translucent Panels, Nanawall Folding Doors, Ballistic Transfer Windows, and a Glass Floor.

The schedule was aggressive and with the sheer size and layout, it required intense coordination for materials and installation.

There were multiple glazing components that were comprised of different levels of security glass and some locations included decorative themed shapes, applied, to match the finishes of the Aluminum Products.

Some of the components such as the glass floor and the oversized Nana Wall folding doors were a first‐time installation experience for Lockheed and the company performed these tasks beyond everyone’s expectations.

It is extremely gratifying to review the final pictures and videos of this school and they are a testament to the hard work and dedication of all the Lockheed Employees that made it another successful project.”

Ox Ridge Elementary School | Darien, CT

Ox Ridge Elementary School
Darien, CT

“The Ox Ridge Elementary School was a project that put Lockheed Architectural Solutions, Inc.’s wide range of capabilities on display. From the expansive curtain walls in and surrounding the courtyard, to the multiple panel systems installed around the façade of the building and on the roof, to the interior and exterior glazing systems that provide fire protection, security, and natural light throughout, and more.

With constant coordination between our project management team, installation crew, and the general contractor, O&G Industries, we were able to assist in executing this new construction project over 2 phases and deliver a beautiful and safe environment for the next generation and beyond to cultivate their creativity and academic prowess.”

Bedford Labs | Bedford, MA

Bedford Labs
Bedford, MA

“The tight schedule and existing conditions at Bedford Labs required the entire team to think outside the box to blend the original remaining design with a new modern look. Lockheed and Callahan Construction worked together to navigate the unique issues that occur when working on a renovation job. With varying scopes of work, Lockheed’s field was able to show that we do more than just glass. ACM panels, roof screens, stainless steel elevator panels and loading bay facade were all on full display at Bedford Labs.”