Solaglas Contracting key project wins in April

Date: 27 April 2009
Source: Solaglas Contracting
April has been a positive month for Solaglas Contracting. Key wins include: -a £710,000 curtain walling and windows contract from Skanska Construction for the new build St Mary Redcliffe School in Bristol-a curtain waling and windows package from Skanska Construction worth around £670,000 for the new Oasis Academy, to be built on the existing site of Hengrove Community Arts College, South Bristol.-a £240,000 contract from Kingerlee for a new private residence in Sonning, Oxfordshire.  The project comprises curtain walling, entrance doors and large sliding doors.-a £290,000 windows, curtain walling and roof lights contract from Galliford for the second phase of the new Justice Centre in Newbold Terrace, Leamington Spa.  About Solaglas Contracting:Solaglas Contracting – a division of Solaglas – operates a national network of six businesses which provide specialist design, manufacturing and installation services for external facade and internal glazing products.

Solaglas Contracting is the largest UK-based installer of façades with sales of £51-million in 2008.

Solaglas is a subsidiary of the global Saint-Gobain Group – one of the world’s top 100 industrial companies.  Solaglas is the largest distributor, processor, installer and repairer of glass related products and services in the UK, employing more than 1600 people and recording a turnover of nearly £150-million in 2007.

600450 Solaglas Contracting key project wins in April
Date: 27 April 2009
Source: Solaglas Contracting

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