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Structural-Glass Beams

Glass Flooring Systems

Structural-Glass Beams

At Glass Flooring Systems, we create glass that serves not just as a beautiful aesthetic component, but also as an actual structural element. When we create structural-glass beams and use them to construct entire footbridges and catwalks from pure glass, the glass fulfills requirements in both form and function. Its ability to support the structure and look beautiful while doing so defies the idea that these footbridges and other elevated walkways require heavy steel beams and hefty pieces of hardware girding them from above and below. Not only are our all-glass bridges entirely safe, they’re also highly functional and incomparably beautiful.

To create a structure from glass using structural-glass beams, we partner with glass-specific engineering experts who work closely with our architects and are responsible for assessing site conditions, conceptualizing designs, and defining structural specifications. We construct each beam from layers of tempered, low-iron safety glass and utilize the latest technology in SentryGlas™ interlayers. Each beam is precisely machined, drilled, edged, and polished to create a stunning architectural showpiece with incredible structural integrity.

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To assist you in designing a structural-glass footbridge or other elevated walkway using structural-glass beams, we work in lockstep with your architect and structural planners to bring your concepts and visions to reality. Contact an Applications Specialist to learn more or to start designing with structural glass beams.

Contact one of our Glass Flooring
Specialists for more information.

Call 862-701-5320 or email info@glassflooringsystems.com

*Each job has different conditions that will impact final load bearing capabilities of the assembly. Please refer to our load chart on our resources page for accurate load assessments. Each job needs to be reviewed by our engineer for final load bearing evaluation.