Tulip Sign agreement with Hydro for glass facade at Waterfront

Local property developer the Tulip Group has recently signed an agreement with Hydro for Technal products for its world class high rise condominium and hotel Waterfront Suites and Residences.

Hydro will supply a Technal Curtain wall system, along with all windows, sliding doors and glass balustrade for the project.

Hydro is a global supplier of aluminum products and curtain wall glass facade based in Norway. The company employs 22,000 people in more than 40 countries. Technal offers a range of innovative and technically advanced curtain walling, window, door and low rise façade products developed to meet specific requirements for enhanced thermal performance, design flexibility and visual appeal.

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