Miller Hall at University of Kentucky
Project Categories: Historic, Non-Residential, Renovation, Heritage Series, *Snapshot*, Educational/Religious Institutions
Built in 1898, Miller Hall is one of the oldest buildings at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. The passage of time had taken its toll on the nineteenth century building, and an extensive renovation was completed in 1994. The project architects specified Kolbe windows, due to our ability to replicate all the characteristics of the original arched windows, while also providing windows that offer far greater energy effciency. Double hung replacement sash kits were used to restore many of the windows as well, allowing any specialty mouldings on the interior to remain unharmed.
Featured Kolbe products: Heritage Series half-circle top Magnum single hungs with K-Kron II high performance exterior finish in white; double hung replacement sash kits.
Related Whitepaper: Windows & Doors' Contribution to Educational Excellence