Queensland Glass Metropolitan Regional Finalist for Queensland Employer of the Year 2014

The Minister for Education, Training and Employment, John-Paul Langbroek announced the

finalists in the Queensland regional finals for the 53rd Queensland Training Awards recently. The 2014 Metropolitan regional winners were announced at a presentation ceremony on the 1st August at Cloudland in Brisbane. Queensland Glass were finalists alongside the Flight Centre Travel Group, with the Training Award for Employer of the Year awarded to Volvo Commercial Vehicles Brisbane.

Queensland Glass announced as a Winner of the 2014 GAAQ Design Awards

Queensland Glass was announced as the winner for the

Best Use of Glass & Glazing in the over $50,000 category for the

RACV Royal Pines Resort Conference and Events Centre refurbishment at the 3rd GAAQ Awards.  The award was

accepted by Project Manager Steven North and QG Director Nigel Mills.  The award was presented by Tim Mander (The Minister for Housing and Public Works).


Queensland Glass expands its product range to include External Shading Systems

Queensland Glass has now expanded its product range by adding external aluminium sunshading systems, screens, louvres, and custom facade designs. 

The creation of these products meet the increasing demand for these features to enhance building presence and performance and to create unique architectural solutions.  We look forward to discussing and

resolving your design and installation ideas, please contact Roger Wilson (Product Manager) for further information.

Queensland Glass appointed as the successful Glazing Facade Contractor for the Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital

Design and construction is well underway for Australia’s first major new, although not replacement hospital in more than 20 years.

The Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital is a landmark project for the whole country and especially exciting project for Lend Lease. The project carries the title of the company’s largest current single stage hand-over project in the world.

The state government has invested $1.8 billion in the new public hospital to address the growing health services needs of the Sunshine Coast community.

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Queensland Glass Launches Magno_Board

Queensland Glass Launches


At the recently completed Arrow Tenancy

fit-out, Queensland Glass were engaged to develop, produce and install a total of approx 160 custom made MAGNO_BOARDS   of various sizes and for a variety of applications.


large format magnetic glass notepad, available in an array of colours and sizes.

Queensland Glass Develops Hyper_Stile

Queensland Glass has developed a fit for purpose 150mm wide aluminium door stile

to suit hinged, pivot or sliding door applications, developed mainly to assist the design community overcome the associated challenges when compliance is required with AS1428.1-2009 Design for Access and Mobility.

HYPER_STILE is available, ex-stock, in clear anodised.

Queensland Glass Wins Indooroopilly Shopping Centre Re-Development

The $300 million redevelopment of the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is a major extension and refurbishment currently being undertaken by Brookfield Multiplex on behalf of ARIA and Eureka Funds Management.

It marks the largest

retail investment in Queensland in the last 10 years and is the result of several years of planning and consultation with Brisbane City Council, various State Government agencies and high-profile retailers.

It comprises more than 30,000 square metres of new floor area as well as a new six level car-park and a street level expansion of the external restaurant precinct, integrating it with the existing food court area. (more…)