Solaglas Contracting key project wins - September 2009

Date: 9 October 2009
Source: Solaglas Contracting
September has been an encouraging month for Solaglas Contracting.  Key wins include:-·         A £340,000 refurbishment contract from Fife Council for its Rothesay House headquarters.

A £310,00 windows and curtain walling project from Willmott Dixon for the new Blaydon Leisure and Primary Care Centre developed for Gateshead Council and Gateshead PCT.·         A £280,000 bespoke curtain walling contract from BAM Construction Ltd for the design centre and cafeteria screens of the new Q3 Academy in Birmingham.·         A £240,000 windows and curtain walling package from Kier for Carclaze School, a new build primary in St Austell, Cornwall.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.

600450 Solaglas Contracting key project wins - September 2009
Date: 9 October 2009
Source: Solaglas Contracting

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