Pilkington Spacia Featured in Historic Station

Pilkington Spacia™ Featured in Historic Station

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22 Jan 2021
More than 6,000 sq. ft. of Pilkington Spacia™ was used in the refurbishment of Winston-Salem's historic Union Station in North Carolina.
 
Historic Train Station
The ultra-thin insulated units have been installed in 1,600 separate windows, making it the second largest Pilkington Spacia™ project ever - the largest is the ongoing refurbishment of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with 15,000 separate units.

Union Station, an impressive brick and limestone building with a magnificent porticoed entrance, served as the city's passenger train station from 1926 until the 1970s. A decline in train travel saw it fall into disrepair until a motor garage took it over and started using the splendid marble-floored central concourse as a repair shop.

The station has returned it to its former glory for use as offices, a museum, and events venue. Learn more Union Station: Pilkington Spacia™ Restoration Project Video

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