ENR New York's Top Specialty Contractor of the Year
Enclos is a national provider of design, engineering, fabrication, assembly and erection of custom building facades. Recent monumental project completions in New York include the World Trade Center Transit Hub, 56 Leonard, Columbia University’s Jerome L. Greene Science Center and 10 Hudson Yards. Prominent projects under construction include 220 Central Park South and 53W53 MoMA Tower. ENR New York will spotlight Enclos in its November issue.
Building Enclosures for Seven Decades
The lineage of Enclos – expert in the design, engineering, fabrication, assembly and erection of custom facade systems – dates to the very advent of curtainwall as building form. See how Enclos has provided the world's finest buildings with the world's finest building facades since the mid-20th century.
SFMOMA: The Largest Architectural Application of FRP in the US
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's new building envelope is the result of a collaborative union between architect Snøhetta, leading fiber-reinforced plastic manufacturer Kreysler & Associates and Enclos. Join us for a virtual tour of the manufacturing and installation processes that brought this visionary facade to life.
Experts in Curtainwall
Enclos offers the most innovative curtainwall systems in the marketplace, combining aesthetic, performance and economic considerations into optimum solutions to our client’s needs. MISSION: To enclose the world's finest buildings with the world's finest building facades.
NMAAHC's Distinct Bronze-clad Cast Aluminum Scrim
Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture's unique enclosure design and delivery is profiled by Metal Architecture magazine. Enclos provided design/assist-design/build services in with Northstar Contracting, Inc. for 250,000 sqft of facade. Photo © Alan Karchmer / NMAAHC
WTC Transportation Hub: ENR Global's Best Rail Project
The air and light-filled space of Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center Transit Hub has been recognized by ENR as the Best Rail project of 2017. The monumental structure includes glass-sheathed walls and a 355-foot-long operable skylight.
Curtainwall is Not Curtainwall
The curtainwall technology that first emerged in the mid-twentieth century is not the diverse facade technology of today. Advanced curtainwall design, facade engineering, and new product development have produced an array of high-performance solutions that extend beyond the initial concept of a simple weather barrier.
Enclos, a facade engineering and curtainwall design company, is one of the largest specialty design-build contractors in the United States.