Glass and Glazing for All of Orange County
Once considered a suburb of Los Angeles, Orange County has grown to be a major force in its own right. As the third most populous county in California, and the sixth most populous county in the US, there’s no shortage of residences, businesses, educational institutions, municipal facilities, and new developments requiring professional glass and glazing services. Located in the town of Placentia, with easy access to several of the regions’ most essential freeways, Giroux Glass’ Orange County office is perfectly situated to meet the needs of this booming SoCal community.
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Markets We Serve in Orange County
Luxury hotels, restaurants, and bars
Individual storefronts, shopping centers, custom installations, and more
Civic & Cultural
Courthouses, aquariums, churches, libraries, and landmark museums
Sports & Entertainment
Stadiums and arenas for major sports franchises and teams, performing arts venues and theaters, night clubs, and major amusement park destinations
Commercial Office Space
Landmark skyline high-rises, commercial office parks, warehouses and distribution centers, and beyond
Construction and/or renovation of architecturally significant private residences
Academic facilities of all types, including university libraries, student housing, classrooms, and more
Hospitals & Healthcare
Hospitals, clinics, and healthcare centers
Airports, metro and train stations, monorail systems, sea ports, and more
Centria paneling, 5,680 square feet of louvers and almost 20,000 square feet of curtain wall in this extensive Las Vegas new construction.
High-tech dynamic windows provide sweeping 360-degree views at 1,000 feet above the streets of downtown Los Angeles.
Updating and installing custom glass in this one-of-a-kind Hollywood home, designed by famed L.A. architect John Lautner.
The Gensler Jewel Box
A single pane of glass was in need of replacement on the section of the front of the building known as the Gensler “Jewel Box.”