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Glass Block In Transportation

Bringing Beauty and Durability to Transportation Stations A study from the American Public Transportation Association reports that public transportation ridership has increased by 30% in recent years. Whether on a train, bus or ferry, Americans took 2.5 billion trips on public transportation in the third quarter of 2018 alone. Transportation stations accommodate a high volume…

Glass Block In Offices

The Advantages of Letting the Light Shine Through in Offices As the demands of business change, so do office building designs. Decades ago, companies virtually “corralled” their office workers into cubicles and offices with opaque walls to deter interruption and distraction. In recent years, the pendulum swung toward “open office” designs meant to encourage teamwork…

Fire Rated Glass Block

The Safety and Durability of Fire Rated Glass Block Attractive, durable, energy-efficient, and capable of opening up dead and dark spaces, fire rated glass block is endowed with inherent fire-resistant properties. In many fire-safe buildings, fire rated glass block structural components furnish an additional level of safety that wood and drywall cannot. Whether for interior…

5 Myths About Structural Glass Floors

Modern materials that once seemed unfeasible for particular purposes are commonplace now. Modern airplanes like the Boeing 787 are built mainly of carbon fiber rather than metals. Automobiles consist of a high percentage of plastics and glass fibers due to their strength and structural rigidity. Paradigm shifts are taking place in the architecture and construction…

Safety Storm Shelters

Protect Yourself and Others with Quality Safety Storm Shelters The severity of hurricanes and tornadoes in North America in recent years seems to have increased. Although storms vary in number, size, and intensity, continuing construction is occupying more land surface and raising the likelihood of a direct hit on a portion of the population. According…