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LEED Projects

Leading The Way

The future of fire-rated glazing in green building design is hot. No longer limited to small panes of traditional wired fire-rated glass, architects and design professionals can now select from a range of versatile fire-rated glass systems that satisfy stringent fire and life safety requirements and LEED design standards. From expansive fire-rated glass curtain walls to fire-rated glass floor systems, below are some examples of how design professionals are using TGP's products to earn points towards LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations.

LEED Projects

Fireframes® Curtainwall Series frames with Pilkington Pyrostop®

Volkswagen Assembly Plant
Status: Platinum
Location: Chattanooga, TN
Architect: SSOE
Product: Fireframes® Curtainwall Series frames with Pilkington Pyrostop®
Description: Expansive fire-rated glazed curtain wall supports daylight transfer goals.

Fireframes® Designer Series door with Fireframes Aluminum Series sidelite and Pilkington Pyrostop® glass firewall

Highmark Medical Pavilion
Status: Gold
Location: Issaquah, WA
Architect: Lance Mueller & Associates
Product: Fireframes® Designer Series door with Fireframes Aluminum Series sidelite and Pilkington Pyrostop® glass firewall
Description: Fire-rated glass and framing balances light transfer with fire protection in an egress stairwell.

Fireframes® Curtainwall Series with Pilkington Pyrostop® glass firewall

MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital, Dally Tower
Status: Gold
Location: Puyallup, WA
Architect: Good Sam Design Collaborative, in conjunction with Clark/Kjos Architects and GBJ Architecture
Product: Fireframes® Curtainwall Series with Pilkington Pyrostop® glass firewall
Description: Multistory fire-rated glass curtain wall transmits light streamed from an elevator skylight into neighboring rooms.

University Hospital, Seidman Cancer Center
Status: Leed
Location: Cleveland, OH
Architect: Cannon Design
Product: Fireframes® Designer Series steel doors and frames with FireLite Plus® glass ceramic
Description: Full-lite fire-rated glass doors and transoms support visibility and light transfer.

Peninsula College, Maier Hall
Status: Gold
Location: Port Angeles, WA
Architect: Schacht Aslani Architects
Product: Fireframes® Designer Series Doors with Pilkington Pyrostop® glass firewall
Description: Fire-rated glass and frames help draw daylight and line of sight through hard-to-light stairwells.

340 on the Park (East Randolph Street)
Status: Silver
Location: Chicago, IL
Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Product: Fireframes® Curtainwall Series frames with Pilkington Pyrostop®
Description: Fire-resistant glass wall panels provide a transparent alternative to solid walls.

Corporate office & manufacturing facility

Corporate office & manufacturing facility
Status: Gold
Location: Snoqualmie, WA
Architect: Callison
Product: Fireframes® Curtainwall Series frames
Description: Fire-rated glazing maximizes daylight and views throughout the building's interior.

Niles North Aquatic Center
Status: Gold
Location: Skokie, IL
Architect: Legat Architects
Product: Fireframes® Curtainwall Series frames and Pilkington Pyrostop® fire-rated glass
Description: Fire-rated glass wall panels help create a light-filled space for an aquatics center addition.


Projects Pending LEED Certification


University Center at the New School

University Center at the New School
Status: Pending LEED
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Product: Fireframes® Heat Barrier Series steel framing and Pilkington Pyrostop® glass firewall

TGP and LEED


Learn how TGP products can help earn credits toward LEED certification.


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