Aluglass Bautech locally designs, manufactures and installs quality acoustic doors, partitions, glazed and sun control products for high end residential and commercial customers.
Aluglass Bautech was established in 1973 and has manufactured Mobile Acoustic Partitioning Systems (sometimes referred to as Operable Walls) since 1975, with technical co-operation agreements with Dorma Hüppe (Germany), a leading manufacturer of Mobile room Partition systems in the world. This partnership has helped the business to achieve nothing less than German engineering with a proudly South African touch.
Our In-house expert designers and team continue to ensure that we remain the leading manufacturer and supplier in Southern Africa, known to have furnished most major Conferences. We like to think of ourselves as Engineers of Quiet and acoustic thought leaders in the application and design of products used in the creation of world class facilities where Quiet is an important characteristic of the spaces created.
Through growth, we have diversified our product range and developed proficiency in architectural glass products and technical sun control solutions.
Our intention is to continue as the preferred supplier and manufacturer, as a result of our great quality, consistent offering and service delight. We pride ourselves in our innovative products that are both eco-friendly and beneficial to preserving the sustainability of our green environment.
Having handled most large Acoustic Partition projects in Southern Africa, with some having been among the tallest in the world, we can confidently assure you of our capabilities, acoustic and otherwise, to design, supply, install and service our value adding products, some of which have moved with our clients from building to building and are still providing their intended function after almost 50 years of service.
Our tall Acoustic Partition Systems requiring our heaviest duty track system are integral parts of the following facilities:
- CTICC – Cape Town International Conference Centre – 9m high – 2002
- Durban Exhibition Centre – 10m high – 1991
- ICC Durban – International Conference Centre Durban – 9.6m high – 1997
- ICC Arena – part of the ICC Durban – 12.5m high – 2007
- SCC – Sandton Convention Centre – 8.7m high – 2000
- Sun City – 6.5m high – 1991
- GICC – Gaborone International Conference Centre – 8m – 2002
and of course many more less tall ones …
- DFA – Department of Foreign Affairs – 6.5m
- KPMG – 8m
- GCIS – Government Communication and Information Services – 5m
- State House – Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania – 6.3m
We hope and trust that the outline presented not only confirms our technical capability and capacity, but also our commitment to supply and maintain quality products far into the future. We almost have a 50 year history in Southern Africa and every intention of further 50 and more years of sustainable, environmentally and socially responsible existence in this magnificent region.