Recognition for CURA Glass with Innovation Award 2016

Recognition for CURA Glass with Innovation Award 2016
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On the 9th of November 2016 the winners of the Glass Award and the Innovation Award 2016 were announced at the SGA Vakdagen in Gorinchem.

Both Awards were awarded by Maxime Verhagen, president of Bouwend Nederland.

The Innovation Award has been won by the project “Crystal Houses” in Amsterdam. The project of developer Warenar stands out because of the enormous glass front of the prestigious building in the P.C. Hooftstraat.

CURA Glass is very proud to have contributed to this with the production and placement of CURA Safe Sentry glass in the glass frames, the glass baseboards, and the polished glazing for the (façade) entry doors in the front.

We consider this Innovation Award as a recognition of our specializations and expertise, and we are proud of the collaboration with the parties that together have achieved this result.

Would you like to be innovative too? With our CURA Creator you can discover the possibilities of laminated glass yourself, and combine different kinds of glass into a unique composition.

Recognition for CURA Glass with Innovation Award 2016

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