GlasPro to exhibit at Glass Expo Northeast 2024 Visit us at tabletop exhibit #4 at Glass Expo Northeast, March 20 -21, Long Island Marriott, Uniondale, New York. Meet Joe Green and Gregg Tassone, hear about our Bird Safe glass, and grab a new baseball cap! If you’d...
The $110 million Huntington Park High School project consists of new construction, including a gymnasium, and the renovation of historically significant buildings dating as far back as 1923. Huntington Park is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the 2nd largest school district in the U.S., with over 1,000 schools serving over 600,000 learners.
GlasPro, in collaboration with ClearShade, Inc., manufactured insulated glass units with ClearShade Honeycomb Core for the new gymnasium building on the school campus. One of the project’s goals is to create efficient, carbon-, and cost-saving green buildings and achieve LEED Gold certification. Buildings can earn LEED points in many ways, such as providing natural light and thermal comfort. The GlasPro solution helps to achieve these goals.
GlasPro Insulated Glass Units (IGUs) with ClearShade Honeycomb Core provide beautiful natural light, reduce or eliminate glare, and have industry-leading Solar Heat Gain reduction. The ClearShade core is fully encapsulated within the airspace of a GlasPro high-performance Insulating Glass Unit (IGU) and is compatible with pyrolytic Low-E. Learn more here.
Architect: Gonzalez Goodale Architects
Location: Huntington Park, CA
Photo Credit: Austine Duggan
Sales Partner: Charles Ryan Tobin, ClearShade, Inc.