Construction of the SageGlass HVM plant, in time-lapse

Five years ago, a 14-acre soy bean field stretched out directly to the north of the SageGlass,, R&D and manufacturing facility in Faribault, Minnesota.

Today, there stands an impressive 329,000-square-foot high volume manufacturing plant for the company’s SageGlass electrochromic dynamic

View a time-lapse of factory construction. 

Video courtesy of SageGlass,

600450 Construction of the SageGlass HVM plant, in time-lapse
Date: 5 August 2016
Source: SageGlass

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