Commercial Window Shield: Window Film Installation Project


STAFFORD, Va. – DAVIS Construction has hired Commercial Window Shield for a window film installation project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

project involves the installation of a radio frequency [RF] shielding film that includes a blast mitigation component resulting in shatter-resistant windows. DAVIS will be undertaking a complete renovation of one floor of a building occupied by the Corps. The spec calls for the installation of the combination RF/blast mitigation film on all the exterior windows on the floor.

Additionally, Commercial Window Film installers will add a bead of structural silicone to the RF/blast mitigation film to anchor it to the window frames.

The window film installation component of the buildout is expected to begin in spring, 2024. Commercial Window Shield will work closely with other DAVIS contractors to avoid scheduling conflicts.

Commercial Window Shield has completed other window film installation projects for the Corps, most of them involving the installation of fragment retention window film to elevate the security of the buildings in which the Corps are a tenant.

Over the years, Commercial Window Shield has worked on numerous window film installation projects for DAVIS and other leading construction companies, such as D Watts, Harvey-Cleary, DAVIS, HITT, Rand Construction, DPR Construction, Gilbane and May Construction.

With nearly 40 years of experience, Commercial Window Shield is among the nation’s leading security window film, solar reflective window film and decorative/privacy window film installers, as well as radio frequency [RF] shielding and anti-bird strike films.

Among its many projects in the Washington area, the company has protected windows at the U.S. Capitol, FBI headquarters, Pentagon, and all House of Representative and Library of Congress buildings. Nationwide, the company has completed projects at O’Hare International Airport, the Willis Tower [former Sears Tower], Grand Central Terminal, Merrill Lynch headquarters, and the Denver and Philadelphia mints.