Many of the properties in the British High Com portfolio around the Pacific did not have glazing to meet the above standards and were at risk of hurricane damage. GlassProtech undertook eight site visits in the three countries to ascertain current glazing specification, measure all glazing at the sites, recommend the correct product for each circumstance, provide BoQ and time required to roll out the required solution.
As part of a multi-disciplinary complex project, GlassProtech printed and installed anti-graffiti window film on the iconic Karangahape Road Rejuvenation Project in Auckland. The install covered four new 20-metre long bus shelters, displaying a printed rainbow across the back and ceiling panes.
The glass bus shelters in central Wellington were covered with heavy etch tagging and glass graffiti. GlassProtech was asked to provide a solution that would tidy up the vandalised shelters and provide retrofit protection.
Two large west facing windows in the War Memorial Library suffered from excessive solar gain and GlassProtech was approached for a solution. Our recommendation was to create a custom-solution where high spec interior solar film was combined with custom graphics.
GlassProtech proposed and set up a program to manage and minimise the cost of glass vandalism at a New Zealand high school, that was spending tens of thousands of dollars on replacing vandalised glass each year.
Low sun angles in winter were causing issues with vision inside the pool complex. The pool users were also complaining about the lack of privacy due to the large ground level windows facing the car park.