FJ Martin Engineered Products Team

For all orders and product inquiries, contact us at:

206.523.7665 phone
206.523.9876 fax
800.654.1786 toll free
davej@cascadia-ma.com

Super Sky Skylights

Super Sky’s first skylight was built in 1928. Super Sky to date has completed more than 11,000 projects worldwide. For over 85 years, Super Sky has been the preferred choice for custom sky lighting.

We bring the accumulated knoweledge of 28 years of succesful skylighting solutions to your office. We can combine that with the 80 plus years wisdom and sophistication that Super Sky can draw from. Making us the gold standard for specifying, designing, detailing, and building skylights. With us on your team, you have the confidence to know the end product will be what you had in mind from the start.


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GLASS

CANOPIES

PHOTOVOLTAIC (BIPV)

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POINT SUPPORTED

POLYCARBONATE

SPECIALTY


Bendheim Wall Systems

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Rainscreen Cladding Systems

Channel Glass Systems

Bendheim's glass rainscreen systems are multi-functional glass wall systems. They can add elegance to a building facade with a stunning array of decorative architectural glass options. The permutations of glass color, interlayers, and textures are virtually unlimited. Glass is one of the easiest building materials to maintain. Glass will outlive most exterior surface options. View projects.

Lamberts LINIT channel glass - reaching heights of 23 feet, tempered or annealed. Select from six surface textures in regular or low iron glass, sandblasted, solar coated, or hundreds of enameled colors. The choices are almost unlimited. View projects.


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Conversion to Insulated Glass

For many years it has been standard practice to install 1/4” single pane glass on most buildings. As glazing technology hasimproved and energy costs have risen, insulated glass has become more feasible and attractive for these existing structures. In order to take advantage of the many benefits of insulated glass in a cost effective manner, it is imperative to limit the impact on the building itself. The installation of Stanlock to any existing curtain wall building will provide minimum disruption to the function of the building. The windows can be replaced, retrofitted, or installed without any significant work to the actual building itself.