Transwall is excited to head to this year’s NeoCon East on November 9th and 10th at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia. We will be at Booth 1163 showcasing our Houdini sliding glass door and electrified switchable glass, as well as our signature product, ONE LP, and new product, Zone.
NeoCon East has become known as the event to experience and specify the industry’s latest new products and services. Now in its 14th year, it features more than 200 innovative companies and 25-plus accredited CEUs across a spectrum of vertical markets including Workplace, Healthcare, Education, Public Space, Hospitality, Retail and Government.
Be sure to stop by Transwall’s booth during this year’s conference to check out the world’s most reliable and innovative manufacturer, service and solution provider in the glass and movable wall industry. One lucky attendee who stops by our booth will win an Apple iPad Air 2!
Achieving the U.S. Green Building Council’s highest level of sustainability recognition, isn’t easy. But that’s exactly what our client, Saint Gobain, did in September. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, awarded Platinum certification to Saint Gobain for its new headquarters located near Malvern, PA.
The 277,000-square-foot building, which features Transwall’s One LP system, boasts an open-concept office space, 116 collaborative spaces, and an on-site fitness facility. The most intriguing part of the project is its focus on noise, which has been drastically reduced as a result of the renovation. ONE LP is the glass wall system that combines all of the features of traditional office wall systems with the low profile modern simplicity of glazed partition walls. Designed to give you all the benefits of traditional modular wall systems, ONE LP harnesses technology to give you the power to transform and enlighten today’s fast-paced work spaces with eco-supportive low profile glass walls.
In an article on the project, it was noted that Saint Gobain wanted to put employees into “a next-generation workplace,” according to a statement from the firm, adding that its building materials “improve air quality, moisture management, acoustics, energy efficiency, thermal management and ergonomics.” You can read the full write up here.