The Segerstrom Science Center Features Lamberts Channel GlassMay 5th, 2010 | Category: Featured News
The new Segerstrom Science Center at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, Calif., features Lamberts channel glass provided by Bendheim Wall Systems, the exclusive North American importer of the channel glass. For the $42 million building at California’s first Bible college, A.C. Martin Partners Inc. took advantage of the unique structural properties of Lamberts channel glass. The single- and double-glazed walls of obscuring channel glass combine privacy with excellent light-scattering properties and fill the Science Center’s new laboratories and study areas with gentle daylight.
According to the company, Lamberts channel glass features up to 40 percent post-consumer material contributing to the overall sustainability of the project and its target of LEED Gold certification. From the safety standpoint, Lamberts channel glass is tempered, heat soak tested and certified by the Safety Glazing Certification Council. Installation of the channel glass was handled by Corona Aluminum.