The steel windows on the Nashville, Tennessee public building and courthouse are a significant detail of the Neoclassical facade and include a combination of casement and hopper window types. A total of 1,072 sash were removed from the structure and delivered to our restoration facility. Each sash was blasted to remove all lead-based paint and corrosion. Much of the original hardware was missing or broken so new replacements were cast. The sash were then treated with a rust inhibitive primer and fluoropolymer finish. Re-View replaced the original single pane glass with 3/8" insulated glass to improve the thermal performance of the window system, and gasket weatherstrip was installed on all operable units to inhibit air infiltration. All steel sash restoration and installation was performed by our Re-View craftsmen.