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The Obvious Choice in Oxford Street

7 Jul 2015
Case study

Glass Aftercare, whos core business is maintenance of modern facade and entrance systems was recently appointed to take on the facade glazing package for a prominent project on London’s Oxford Street. The project involved updating 3 retail units consisting of three courses of structural laminated glass façade panels, around 2.4m x 2.2m in size in three bays. Glass Aftercare well known for its expertise with these types of projects supplied its own structurally bonded slim line façade solution and specially engineered laminated fins with bracket. The fins run from the floor to the ceiling which span 10m and are triple laminated. The company’s engineered bracket was designed to provide an invisible ledge for the glass panels to sit on to provide clean lines and slim line appearance. With a team which has over 30 years experience in these types of projects was the natural partner for the client who needed an experienced glass contractor who could complete the project quickly, safely and to exact specifications.

The team worked closely with the client to ensure a constant flow of communication and planning enabling the job to be competed smoothly and to a very high standard. Rod Milicevic, Glass Aftercare comments “Using their wealth of knowledge and vast experience within the industry, Glass Aftercare knew they would be able to take on the challenges posed in the specification which included the bespoke engineered bracket. Their high quality service and detailed management of the project meant that the client was delighted with the end result and the project was completed to deadline and exacting standards.”

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