Giroux Glass' talented Las Vegas team got word (and the letter of intent) from AECOM that we will be working with W&W Glass to install glass on the amazing new $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot Faraday Future facility in the desert, to the North of Las Vegas.
For Giroux Glass and the surrounding area, this is exciting because it's such an innovative facility, bringing 4,500 new jobs to the 900-acre site that has already begun construction.
Giroux Glass' project estimator, Debbie Barris, along with the Las Vegas team that included Jerod Allen, Ned Witham, Daniel Rodriguez and Greg Wright, are thrilled. W&W's managing partner, Jeff Haber, was there also to make the announcement along with the rest of the local team.
Part of the reason Faraday chose this location was its proximity to potential plant visitors out of the 41 million tourists who make it to Las Vegas annually. "The glass itself will be the focal point of this building's design, and it will be highly visible, since Faraday plans to conduct public tours of the facility," says Debbie Barris.
"One of my biggest challenges in estimating this project was to do so without the use of any silicone, a component which Faraday believes could interfere in some way with the cars' production.