At Techniglaze, we have worked on a wide variety of commercial glazing installation projects. As a company who fabricate and install, we are often involved in a project from the design phase to the completed installation. Our industry expertise and wide-ranging experience has put Techniglaze in an excellent position to work on some of the most high-profile glazing projects in south-west England.
If you’re involved in the commercial building industry and you’d like to find out more about what Techniglaze can offer, read on. These three commercial projects will give you a good idea of the scope of our glazing capacity and the diversity and superior quality of the products we manufacture and install.
Using our in-house CAD design software, we were able to provide main contractor ISG Pearce with the perfect solution to this university renovation project.
Aluminium curtain walling, bespoke aluminium pressings, and thermally broken sloping glazing were combined to bring this educational facility into the 21st century.
Fire safety is an extremely important issue for any commercial project. For this office development project, main contractors Flower & Hayes wanted to ensure that their project created a safe working environment for all future office employees.
Our extensive glazing experience and knowledge of health and safety regulations enabled us to meet their exact requirements. We manufactured, supplied, and installed our bespoke Fire-rated curtain walling system to ensure that the completed installation met current fire safety regulations.
For this heritage property restoration project, it was essential that any refurbishments were in keeping with the building’s Art Deco aesthetic. With this in mind, we supplied and installed over 300 slimline aluminium windows specified to match the building’s unique appearance.
Working closely with one of the UK’s leading aluminium glazing suppliers, Smarts Systems, we developed bespoke dark brown polyester powder coated aluminium windows to meet the criteria for renovating this centrally located Grade II listed building.