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Westwood House Wow factor!

Working with a specialist architectural metalworker, CT glass supplied glass for this high end design project incorporating a stainless steel staircase with glass treads and low iron glass balustrade to bridge the mezzanine level of a period structure.

Deptford Green

A new customer to CT Glass was involved in an extensive balustrading project at Deptford Green School in London.

Market Street, Leeds

The Market Street Arcade on Briggate in Leeds is undergoing a radical £3 Million redevelopment. The dramatic overhaul will include a refurbishment of all four floors, a new lift, new footbridge and balustrades, completed by a glazed atrium over the full mall.

Refurb for Joseph’s Well

Built in the 19th century Joseph’s Well in Leeds is a recently refurbished and restored property, offering premium office accommodation in a prime location with uniformed commissionaires and resident manager as well as an on-site public house and restaurant.

Clyde & Co

Optima Systems, a market leading partitioning company worked with CT Glass to produce a bespoke glass partitioning system as part of the refurbishment of Clyde & Co’s offices in London.

Beaufort Ballustrades

The prestigious Beaufort House project is located in central London, the brief consisted of a design for glass ballustrading and glass stair treads.

Leeds United at Elland Road

Glass balustrades were required for outside the corporate boxes at the Leeds United Stadium at Elland Road.

Hackney School

The project required a canopy roof to be designed and fitted between two existing school buildings.

Glass Design @ Haven Holidays

In partnership with a new customer CT Glass have supplied an extensive order of sandblasted glass panels for the bar and entertainment area at Craig Tara Holiday Park, a Haven Holidays resort in Ayrshire, Scotland.

Style for Southend Station

A long standing client and leading Architectural Metalworker in the Midlands, engaged CT Glass to supply the laminated glass panels for canopies at the newly built Southend Airport Railway Station. The brief was to provide a ‘clear’ canopy for the entrance area, providing a light and open feel, with an opaque option for the platforms to give shade from the sun.