SGG COOL-LITE XTREME 50/22 II Official UK Launch
SGG COOL-LITE XTREME 50/22 II is the latest innovation in commercial glazing from Saint-Gobain Building Glass. SGG COOL-LITE XTREME 50/22 II is a high performance solar control glass, with the unique positioning of being the most selective triple silver product available.
Harness natural light and reduce solar heat gain by using SGG COOL-LITE XTREME 50/22 II in large glazed facades for offices, schools, atriums etc. to create light and airy interior spaces which are comfortable to work and live in.
Dr RICHARD CAVE BOOSTS SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS’ TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Saint-Gobain Glass UK has appointed Dr Richard Cave to the newly created role of Technical Support Manager.
Based at the company’s Eggborough HQ, he will work both with SGG’s own Technical Specification Managers and directly with customers, architects, specifiers and others to strengthen and speed up the company’s response to technical enquiries.
SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS LAUNCHES COOL-LITE XTREME 70/33 II
SGG COOL-LITE XTREME 70/33 II is the latest product from Saint-Gobain Glass to target the premium commercial market, offering specifiers and glass processing companies a thermally efficient ‘to be toughened’ option that features high light transmission, a low solar factor and excellent neutrality.
‘GLASS COMPANY OF THE YEAR’ ACCOLADE CROWNS ANNIVERSARY YEAR FOR SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS
Saint-Gobain Glass UK has crowned its 350th anniversary celebrations with yet another achievement after being named Glass Company of the Year in the prestigious G15 Awards.
More than 600 guests heard how judges praised the company for “A culture of excellence and professionalism, empowering staff across all facets of the business, resulting in this company being recognised as a world-class manufacturer.”
SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS LEADS THE WAY WITH ISO 50001
Saint-Gobain Glass UK Ltd has gained certification to ISO 50001, Energy Management Systems, an international standard that outlines energy management practices that are considered to be the best globally and one of the highest environmental standards a company may achieve.
SGG COOL-LITE SKN 176 PROVIDES THE ABILITY TO COMBINE SOLAR CONTROL WITH SAFETY & ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE
350 YEARS IN THE MAKING
Saint-Gobain recently celebrated a remarkable milestone of 350 years in business – taking the opportunity to remind everyone of the strength that is acquired through 350 years of history and ongoing innovation.
Saint-Gobain’s global strategy is focused around meeting some of the fundamental challenges faced by the world today: reducing energy consumption, limiting our impact on the environment, and creating a new generation of buildings which are safe, comfortable and energy efficient.
SGG MASTERGLASS Brings Style To Obscured Glass In Commercial Applications
MASTERGLASS from Saint-Gobain Glass is a contemporary range of six design glasses with geometric patterns for applications that may be subject to the rigours of higher commercial personnel traffic such as hotels and offices, but in which sophisticated design remains a powerful prerequisite.
Everybody is LOVING Interiors, why not be part of it?
With a product launch almost every other month for the last year, Saint-Gobain’s Interior Glass range continues to grow and gain momentum. In recognition of this, a suite of marketing material has being created to support everyone’s LOVE of interior glass.
The LOVE interiors suite of material consists of brochures, stickers and a brand new interior website, with sample kits and a group wide interior event at the Saint-Gobain Innovation Centre in London still to come!
SGGUK celebrate 350 years by cycling to Blois, France
To celebrate Saint-Gobain’s 350th year anniversary, and raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support, 130 riders from Saint-Gobain UK & Ireland embarked on a 425mile cycling challenge, including 7 from SGGUK.
The gruelling 4 day ride started at London’s Crystal Palace, with the cyclists riding over 90 miles to Dover. Following a ferry crossing to Calais, the riders were soon back in the saddle as they cycled through France to the town of Blois – the home of the Saint-Gobain archives, dating back to the company’s start in 1665.