Auburn's Vetrotech finishing glass for Statue of Liberty

Auburn-based Vetrotech is bringing more light to the 126-year-old Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.

Vetrotech, a unit of France’s Saint-Gobain SA, has nearly finished fabricating heavy glass doors, partitions and an oculus — a five-foot-diameter glass floor insert — that will allow more light into the statue’s base structure while offering protection from fire...  (more).Auburn-based Vetrotech is bringing more light to the 126-year-old Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor.

Vetrotech, a unit of France’s Saint-Gobain SA, has nearly finished fabricating heavy glass doors, partitions and an oculus — a five-foot-diameter glass floor insert — that will allow more light into the statue’s base structure while offering protection from fire...  (more).

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Date: 8 August 2012
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