Long-time experience with major national and international projects also makes us a reliable partner for complex construction processes. Learn more interesting details in the individual project profiles.
St. Pancras Station, London
This traditional London train station, which has also been used many times as a backdrop for major film products, was extensively renovated and rebuilt in 2006/2007. In total, 14,000 glass panels were built in.
Trade fair tower, Frankfurt
The symbol of Frankfurt, built in 1991, was for years considered the highest office building in Europe, measuring a height of 257 m. The Wolff+Meier insulating glass factory supplied the glass for what is probably Hesse’s best-known façade.
Deutsche Bank, Luxembourg
This architecturally precious building - built in 1989 especially for the office of Deutsche Bank in Luxembourg - was also fitted with high-quality Wolff+Meier insulation glass.
Emirates Stadion, London
The stadium of Arsenal London is the second largest of the English Premier League with a spectator capacity of 60,000 seats, and also the most expensive with construction costs of approx. 600 million Euros. Using Wolff+Meier glass, the stadium also meets the highest standards in this area.
Muirhead Tower, Birmingham
This striking building, 41 metres high, towers over the entire campus of the University of Birmingham. During a complete renovation in 2007/2008, high-quality Wolff+Meier façade elements and solar control glass units were fitted.
Kings Dock, Liverpool
This highly interesting architectural building complex was created on the former docks in the port of Liverpool in 2007. Wolff+Meier supplied heat-insulation safety glass and façade sheets spanning a total area of approx. 2,000 square metres.
Appartment Blocks, Manchester
During the systematic upgrading of the district, these attractive apartment blocks were built between 2005 and 2007. Wolff+Meier supplied a total of approx. 8,000 square metres of high-quality heat-insulation safety glass.
Aintree Race Course, Liverpool
The quality of Wolff+Meier heat-insulation and safety glass was also sought after during the extensive development of what is probably England’s most famous race course.