By Jim Melwert

By Jim Melwert

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (CBS) — It was a “super” day for kids at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s King of Prussia Campus, as Spiderman and Captain America came out to scale the side of the building, and clean the windows.

A special treat for six-year-old Gabe as he got to see his favorite superhero.

“Spiderman!”

Hanging high on the CHOP King of Prussia building, waving to families in the parking lot below, and also inside the building. Not only did Gabe enjoy it, but his dad, Nate Upham, also got a smile.

“CHOP is just phenomenal in providing opportunities to care for kids but then think of their emotional well-being, so to treat kids and see them smile and enjoy life is just a wonderful thing.”

Behind it all, Marty Tuzman of Jenkintown Building Services.

He says kids got excited when they saw his guys cleaning the windows, and then they came up with the superhero idea.

“And the engagement of the kids with Spiderman and Captain America is just awesome, and just a lot of wonderful exchanges, it’s terrific for the kids.”