Euroglaze enjoys commercial success

Euroglaze is strengthening its position in the commercial new build sector with successful projects including a new teaching block at the historic Kings School in Grantham, Lincolnshire.

The prestigious boys’ grammar school, which has been established since 1329 and was attended by Sir Isaac Newton, has been extended with a new three-storey block which features Euroglaze windows and screens throughout.

Two 5m wide x 10m high screens have been installed on either side of the new building fabricated using REHAU’s S706 70mm system and casement windows have been installed elsewhere. The screens feature apex tops and are part glazed with white filmed glass to provide privacy.

Euroglaze, which announced its intention to extend into the commercial sector in 2006, won the contract on the basis of its exceptional product quality and its commitment to excellent customer service.

The Barnsley-based fabricator was awarded the contract by Linpave Building and the installation was designed by architects Framework Architecture and Urban Design.

Euroglaze has a specialist sales and project management team serving the commercial sector.

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