Dubai Glass Wins Projects Valued at Dh1.25 Million


Emirates Glass, a company that specialises in energy efficient, solar controlling, glass technology, has reportedly won two projects in Pakistan worth a combined Dh1.25 million ($340,325 USD).

The first one, for telecommunication company Telnor’s new head office, is the Bahria Opal 225 in Islamabad. It will be comprised of 41 floors and stand a towering 160 metres. The project’s design includes 7,000 sq m of solar-controlling glass to be purchased from Emirates Glass. This project’s order was valued at Dh 350,000.

Meanwhile, the Bakht Tower in Karachi will be the third tallest building structure in Pakistan upon its completion. It will have 37 floors and measure in at 146 metres tall. This project’s order was of 5,000 sq m and valued at Dh900,00. The tower is expected to be completed next year. It will be a mixed-use building, with commercial and residential sections, that overlook the Karachi beachfront.

Rizwanulla Khan, Executive President for Emirates Glass, expressed that the growing commitment towards sustainable development and green principles is reflected in the growing demand for the company’s eco-friendly glass.

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