Exhibits at the Museum of Tolerance
In 1993, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, an international Jewish human rights organization, created the Museum of Tolerance as its educational facility in Los Angeles. The museum‘s purpose is to challenge visitors to understand the Holocaust...
Matilda Torres High School
Giroux Glass was hired by general contractor, Harris Construction, to provide a number of interior and exterior glazing services across the 55-acre construction site.
Museum Tower glazing project entailed renovations to a 20-story residential high rise in Downtown Los Angeles, named for its proximity to landmark art museums.
UCLA Marion Anderson Hall
The Marion Anderson Center is a student "lifecycle" complex designed to support the needs of students, alumni, and visitors at the UCLA Anderson School of Business.
UNLV School of Hospitality
Award-winning project includes a broad scope of Interior and exterior glazing services.
The "transparency and dignity of democracy" comes alive in this thoughtfully designed building, inspired by the local area's spectacular natural landscape.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
A transparent glass walkway floating 1200 meters above the Grand Canyon.
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.”
Updating and installing custom glass in this one-of-a-kind Hollywood home, designed by famed L.A. architect John Lautner.
High-tech dynamic windows provide sweeping 360-degree views at 1,000 feet above the streets of downtown Los Angeles.
Innovative 2-story signature store befitting the glitz of its las Vegas Strip location.
Centria paneling, 5,680 square feet of louvers and almost 20,000 square feet of curtain wall in this extensive Las Vegas new construction.
Our work on this beautifully designed Orange County library included the installation of skylights, custom graphic glass, and the building's distinctive arched structural glass wall.
Paul Hastings Tower
Installing 140 floor-to-ceiling glass panels, 800 pounds each, 52 stories high in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.