The glass was specified as a key aesthetic component of the new St. Peter’s Square tram stop, and required tinted, shaped and printed glass panels in varying depths of colour.
More than 370 sq. m of 17.5mm thickness heat soaked laminated green-tinted glass have been drilled and shaped by Romag for the city centre scheme, and form four eye-catching canopies for passengers sheltering from the elements on two newly built platforms.
The stop also features new passenger safety balustrades constructed from 50 sq. m of toughened laminated clear glass from Romag, which has also supplied the vertical central glass sections designed to support the canopies.