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COMMERCIAL GLASS

L&L Glass is a prominent name in today's commercial market for shower doors and mirrors. We also specialize in other interior glass needs such as bar mirrors and glass, partition glass, conference rooms, all glass entry doors, etc. We also have an extensive list of qualified glass professionals that we work with. If there is a glass need that we do not handle, we will gladly give you the names of people who may be better suited to fit your need. We have a proven track record. Recently we installed the shower doors and mirrors for the 4 Seasons Hotel and Private Residence in Denver and One Ski Hill Place in the mountain community of Breckenridge.

What makes L&L Glass a key asset to your commercial project?

First, our project management assigned to your project helps with value engineering in the initial stages and constant oversight on the job to ensure deadlines are met. We coordinate with all the trades associated with our work to make sure progress is on track to allow for us to finish our scope of work in a timely fashion. Second, our quality of work reduces the amount of punch items or warranty work associated with our scope.

Our insurance requirements meet or exceed any demand for our scope of work. We are also bondable for any job that has this requirement.

We look forward to the opportunity to bid on your upcoming projects.

Case Studies

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residence, Denver CO

Scope: Shower Doors and Mirrors - Hotel & Private Residence
Owner: 1111 Towers, LLC
Builder: Swinerton Builders

Project Overview:

The building has a modern design with a lot of glass influence. There are 238 hotel rooms and 102 private residences. The project is located in lower downtown across from Larimer Square, Denver.

Each hotel room has a floor to ceiling clear glass 3/8" frameless shower door with a floor to ceiling 3/8" satin etched glass divider panel that separates the shower from the water closet. The water closet is a floor to ceiling 3/8" satin etched door.There are two mirrors flanking the bath tub as well as a floor to ceiling mirror in the bedroom. Many rooms have built in mini bars with mirror and clear glass shelves.

The private residences vary in size, but most average three 3/8" clear glass shower enclosures. All floor to ceiling glass enclosures. The designs range from door and inline panels to corner showers. There are many mirrors in each room. There are mirrors above the vanities, over custom stacked medicine cabinets, and large dressing mirrors adjacent to the shower doors.

This project required 800 shower doors (including all glass water closet doors) and 2000 mirrors. We completed this project in 13 months.

Notable Details

L&L Glass worked with the designer and owner representative to modify the design and products used in the hotel rooms and private residence to help reduce the scope of work by $300,000. We were able to source shower door hardware which added additional saving to the owner.

There were no change orders initiated by L&L Glass on this project. L&L Glass did not charge back the contractor for any removal, repair or replacement of product.


One Ski Hill Place, Peak 8, Breckenridge

Scope: Shower Doors
Owner: Vail Resorts
Builder: PCL

Project Overview

This development is a luxury ski in/ski out condominium complex at the base of the Peak 8 Chairlift in Breckenridge, CO. There were 188 3/8" clear shower doors required ranging from door and inline panels, neo angle showers, corner showers and steam showers.

Notable Details

There was a shortage of tile that required us to install 23 complex shower enclosures in 4 days near the end of the project. L&L Glass increased crew size to help meet the project's completion date.

The majority of work was completed during the winter months in a mountain resort location. We were able to deliver and stage adequate product and never incurred a weather related delay as a result.