Structural glass flooring in NYC high-rise

We are looking to install approx. 177 sq. ft of glass floor in a residential apartment on the 55th floor of a poured concrete structure in midtown Manhattan. The purpose is to allow light from the floor above to brighten the floor below. We have limited exposure in this arena and require any resources that might be provided (ie. manufacturers, installation procedures, reccommendations, etc.)

Steve Sarich
Sun, 21/09/2003 - 17:34

We've got a great product you to cover the glass with. Any time you put down a glass floor, slipage is a major issue. Drop me an email and I'll tell you more about it.

Steve Sarich

Reply to [B]Colin[/B]:

> We are looking to install approx. 177 sq. ft of glass floor in a residential apartment on the 55th floor of a poured concrete structure in midtown Manhattan. The purpose is to allow light from the floor above to brighten the floor below. We have limited exposure in this arena and require any resources that might be provided (ie. manufacturers, installation procedures, reccommendations, etc.)

Guest User
Thu, 28/10/2004 - 14:58

Hello there,

Have just seen your message. I currently work for a glass flooring company who specialise in fire rated glass floor panels. I would be glad to assist you with your project. I am about to start up my own business. Please contact me on m.skilton@ntlworld.com if you need advice.

Matthew Skilton

Guest User
Tue, 16/11/2004 - 17:16

Look into using SentryGlas Plus offered by DuPont. This interlater adds structural strength to the building. It is used in Apple Store stairways.

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