Solaglas Contracting - Key Project Wins, June 2009

Date: 30 June 2009
Source: Solaglas Contracting
Solaglas Contracting has secured a number of key contract wins in June, including:-·         a £690,000 contract from Otis Ltd for lift shaft glazing for Dublin Airport’s new passenger terminal, T2.·         a £220,000 windows, doors and curtain walling contract from Carillion for the refurbishment of Block 1 of Cowbridge Comprehensive School in the Vale of Glamorgan.·         a £135,000 contract from Sq-m2 ltd for the refurbishment of St Vincent’s House, the offices for The National Gallery, London.  Approximately 220 slim line frame, low-E solar control windows will be installed over two floors.·         a curtain walling, windows and doors package from Kier worth around £200,000 for the new Townhill Primary School in Hamilton, Lanarkshire.  Solaglas Contracting – a division of Solaglas – operates a national network of five businesses which provide specialist design, manufacturing and installation services for external façade and internal glazing products.

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

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