Come meet Greenlite Glass Systems at Fenestration Association of BC Industry Conference 2018 - October 24, 2018 at the Sheraton Guildford 15269 - 104 Avenue Surrey, BC V3R 1N5 to discuss your project, design or technology partnership. Greenlite has a wide range of glass technology solutions
Will you be in BC on October 24, 2018? Drop by the FENBC Industry Conference 2018 - a FREE event to hobnob with the industry's leading door and window manufacturers, architects, designers, engineers, installers and contractors. It doesn't get any bigger than this!
The Greenlite team will also be there, so do come and say hi.
Here's everything that will be going on:
To plummet the energy consumption, the Salesforce Transit Center utilizes the tides to cool and heat the building, with a strategic installation of sensors that automatically control all the other lights. The skylights provide a generous amount of natural light, whereas the slow-moving, enormous fans do away with the fumes on the bus deck. Learn more here
The Salesforce Transit Center is the new 21st-century transportation hub that boasts modern digital display boards, sensors to reflect the bus movements, LED ticker tape in the main entrance and a geometric enclosure. What truly sets the center apart is its sprawling rooftop garden that comprises 13 distinct gardens connected with each other. Learn more here
It was a historic moment for downtown San Francisco on August 12, 2018, when the new Salesforce Transit Center was unveiled and opened for public operations. Thousands of people were in attendance to witness the grand event that featured live entertainment performances amid the native plant gardens. Learn more here
The Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco which opened on August 12, 2018, for operations, has been drawing in copious attention from all around the world for all the right reasons. The design of walkable glass floor and skylight system which was built as a collaborative effort by Greenlite Glass Systems and Vetrotech Saint-Gobain has especially left everyone awestruck. The Contraflam Liteflam glass is fire-rated, encompassing an amazing 2-hour blast resistance property. Learn more about this here
On August 12, 2018, the Salesforce Transit Center, the world-class high-tech transportation center, was officially opened up for the public operations, as a sound replacement for old Transbay Terminal. The center includes a retail shop, artwork, shopping and dining and a rooftop public park. It is built to endure earthquake of 8.0 magnitudes. Learn more
People showed up in great numbers to catch a glimpse of the new high-tech Salesforce Transit Center in downtown San Francisco. Skylights and glass walls are the highlighters that arrest the attention of people. Besides the aesthetic factor, the center encompasses a cable-stayed bridge that will allow people to cross over the busy streets of downtown San Francisco without touching a light. Learn more
National Museum of African American History and Culture:
New York University:
Lethbridge Chinook Regional Hospital:
“Supporting patient recovery and staff well-being is our number one priority,” says Susan Gushe, Managing Director at Perkins+Will. “By providing Chinook Regional Hospital with access to natural daylight and views, areas for respite and repose, and soothing and calming interiors, we aim to reduce occupant stress and improve patient outcomes and retain staff.”
Grand Opening of the Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco
San Francisco's new 21st-century transit hub and rooftop park.
A huge motorcycle cafe is opening in Vancouver this fall (2018):
Vancouver is about to get an authentic motorcycle cafe. Jammer Cafe Motors is slated to open at 350 West 8 Avenue in the fall, and it’s going to be more than just a motor-themed spot to grab a hot cup of Joe. The cafe area will be separated from the motorcycle building, restoration, and repairs by large glass windows, naturally, to ensure food safety standards. Read More
Natural Light Streams Throughout San Francisco’s Salesforce Transit Center
The Salesforce Transit Center is now open in San Francisco after nearly a decade of construction. Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, the $2.26 billion transit center is being hailed as the “Grand Central Station of the west.” Learn more