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Emergency Building Glass Replacement and Repairs
Glass Awnings
Docklands House Melbourne CBD
  • Commercial
  • Business

Replacement of 100 street glass awning panels in a high traffic area of Melbourne’s CBD. This project was completed with minimal disturbance to a high profile tenant (NAB Bank) and was a high safety risk project.https://expressglass.com.au/contact

Building Glass Project Management
Large Glass Panels
Westfield Sky Lobby Sydney CBD
  • Commercial
  • Business

This project involved the replacement of 3 large glass panels approximately 5 meters high x 1.2 meters wide in size. The glass panels were located 30 meters above Sydney CBD’s retail district on the sky lobby of Westfield.

Emergency Building Glass Replacement and Repairs
Glass Facade
Shine Lawyers Firm Brisbane CBD
  • Commercial
  • Business

Replacement of glass facade in a high traffic area of Brisbane’s CBD. This project was completed with minimal disturbance to a high profile law firm (Shine Lawyers) and was a high safety risk project.

Emergency Building Glass Replacement and Repairs
Rooftop Panels
Hilton Sydney Hotel Sydney CBD
  • High-rise
  • Hotel

The Express Glass team coordinated the replacement of a large broken panel of building glass on the mezzanine rooftop of the Hilton Hotel Sydney CBD. The size of the glass panel was 5.5m high x 2m wide weighing 600kg.

Emergency Building Glass Replacement and Repairs
Double Glazed
Commercial Building Parramatta NSW
  • Commercial
  • Business

Double glazed units (DGU’s) were failing and fogging up in various locations and the glass was identified as a discontinued product so Express Glass was engaged to source a solution and replace the units.

Glass Balustrades for homes and offices
Glass Balustrades
Commercial Offices Northern Sydney NSW
  • Commercial
  • Business

This commercial office space has spectacular harbour views from their balconies but they were unable to utilise their balconies due to non-compliant and dangerous glass balustrades throughout.