specialist laminated glass for infrastructure in terminal building


In today’s security conscious environment, Terminal buildings are being designed and specified to ensure both passengers and their associated parties are protected from terrorist activity and safe in the event of crowd surges.

Apart from window or roof glass, glass is also used to segregate building sections and to provide safe, stylish barriers and balustrades. The glass we supply for barriers provides the required performance demand for managing directional crowd movements.

As a direct result of our knowledge and long-standing experience of specialist laminated glass, we regularly assist customers and help with specifications and glazing options for buildings in this sector.

Our Work

A selection of Landmark Buildings representing projects that Kite Glass has been involved with as either sub-contractors or technical glass providers:

  • Blackfriars Bridge; Architect Pascall and Watson Main Contractor Balfour Beatty
  • Crossrail Custom House; Architect Allies and Morrison Main Contractor Laing O’Rourke
  • Waterloo Station London; Architects Grimshaw Main Contractor Mace
  • Heathrow T5; Architect Richard Rogers with YRM Architects Main Contractor Bovis
  • St Pancras International; Architect Rail Link Engineering Costain O’Rourke Bachy Emcor Rail (Corber) Consortium
  • Ascot Racecourse; Architects Populous Main Contractor Laing O’Rourke
  • Wembley Stadium; Architect Foster & Partners, HOK Sport Main Contractor Multiplex Constructions Ltd

Kite Glass’ range of case studies showcase our experience and give some examples of our glass used as infrastructure.

specialist laminated glass for infrastructure in use on a bridge


We have a consultative approach and are happy to provide advice and information on all our glass products.