Windmill Parc Final Phase

The third and final phase of the Windmill Parc project will begin for St. Claire this summer. This new construction project will feature St. Claire’s 7800 series single hung window. All windows are bronze exterior and white interior with a simulated divided lite (SDL) on the interior and exterior of the glass. The St. Claire team is also installing patio sliding and swing doors on the project which consists of approximately 3500 windows and 400 doors.

New Home for St. Claire and Thompson Creek in 2016

Thompson Creek will be expanding its operations into a new manufacturing facilty in May 2016. The state-of-the-art 117,000 square foot building will house the manufacturing and warehouse operations of Thompson Creek Window Company at 8300 Pennsylvania Avenue in Upper Marlboro, MD. The new site, where all St. Claire 7800 series windows will be manufactured, will be located adjacent to exit 4 on the Capital Beltway, about 12 miles from the previous location. St. Claire will move its offices and warehouse operations to the current facility at 1775 Brightseat Road in Landover, MD in the fall of 2016. This location will house St. Claire’s expanding team and feature a new showroom.

Join the St. Claire Team — Employment Opportunities Available

St. Claire is proud to announce it has more than doubled its size since the start of 2015. We will continue to have a need for great team members now and in the future to help service our customers. The following job opportunities are available: Project Estimator, Measure Technician, Installation. Please make all inquires to:




Annual Fishing Tournament

It's one of the largest fishing tournaments on the Chesapeake Bay. It’s the annual Fish-a-Palooza hosted by Thompson Creek. More than 30 boats assemble on the Bay during the opening of rockfish season to battle to bring home the biggest fish. St. Claire has represented well through the years as it competes against boats from manufacturing, sales, installation, project management, etc. from Thompson Creek. The annual tradition began in 2002 with just two boats.