Brief history of KILROY Architectural Windows, Inc.
Kilroy Architectural Windows, Inc. continues its 65 year tradition of replacing windows in New York’s most iconic buildings. Kilroy’s attention to detail and engineering “know how” has been recognized by the award of New York’s greatest window projects:
- Empire State Building* - 1991 and 2011
- Waldorf Astoria Hotel* – 1978
- Flatiron Building* - 2005
- 1407 Broadway – 2009
- The Sheffield Condominium - 2010
- General Electric Tower* - 1988
- 40 Wall Street* (Bank of Manhattan Building) – 1999
- Statue of Liberty* (Crown Windows) – 1985
* New York City or National Landmark
Kilroy was founded in 1946 by a returning serviceman of the “Greatest Generation”; Mr. Charles Krobot Jr. Mr. Krobot’s business philosophy was simple; “give the customer a good job and more work will follow”. Kilroy today continues to pursue our founder’s philosophy. We understood the concept of “customer satisfaction” long before it became a fashionable cliché.
Kilroy offers the following capabilities to their clients:
- Complete in-house design and engineering (professional staff combines over 200 years of design, engineering, and installation experience)
- As certified dealers, we offer access to the finest window products available in the marketplace. (Architectural Aluminum, Steel & Wood window products)
- Recognized as the foremost large scale window repair division in the New York Metropolitan area. (complete large scale window refurbishments projects such as; The Chrysler Building, The Crown Building and One New York Plaza)
- A highly experienced full time in-house installation staff
Please go to the "Project Gallery" to view our extensive portfolio which depicts the proud heritage of Kilroy Architectural Windows, Inc.