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    Mark Meshulam, aka Chicago Window Expert is providing consulting and testing services to GC client Montage, Inc. Montage has the contract to replace windows in the 100 year old US Ambassador's Residence in Tokyo, Japan. Here is a peek behind the scenes.
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Door detail, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Detailing door condition, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo At the time this photo was taken, Carolyn Kennedy was US Ambassador to Japan This was her residence
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo At the time this photo was taken, Carolyn Kennedy was US Ambassador to Japan This was her residence
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo At the time this photo was taken, Carolyn Kennedy was US Ambassador to Japan This was her residence
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    Door detail, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Window detail, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Window detail, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Window detail, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Door details being verified and measured, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Exterior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Door detail, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo
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    Interior view, US Ambassador Residence, Tokyo

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The long awaited moment when the first lite of glass is in place. It is an insulated unit with tempered glass on the exterior and laminated glass on the interior. The laminated glass has a frosted color with silk-screened grid lines. The frosted finish will diffuse the light and make the interior space very pleasant. The grid pattern emulates the existing skylight translucent panels that failed and are being replaced.