Commercial, Industrial & Institutional Projects

Commercial and Institutional Projects
weber glass central florida commercial industrial glassWeber is a major curtainwall, storefront and glasswork contractor. We have extensive engineering, elevated structure and very heavy glass experience. We routinely deal with South Florida hurricane codes, and we understand blast and LEED requirements.

Representative projects include:

Jacksonville Transit Jacksonville, FL 1997-2001
For: Superior Construction Architect: Madison (3 projects)

Trident Medical Ctr. Charleston, SC 2000
For: Beers Construction Architect: Gresham-Smith               (2 projects).
Industrial Projects
Weber understands the extensive submittal and closeout procedures that are typical to engineered industrial construction.
Multiple door and hardware types require extensive and knowledgeable coordination. Weber provides this capability, from every stage of estimating, submittal, manufacturing, installation and finally through closeout. Your time can therefore be devoted to critical equipment and major project demands, while knowing that the architectural openings are being handled properly.

weber glass central florida commercial industrial glassRepresentative projects include:

Sand Lake WWTP Orlando, FL 1991-2000
For: Danis Architect: CDM

President St. WWTP Savannah, GA 1994
For: Danis Architect: Brown & Caldwell

Union Camp Paper Jacksonville, FL 1995
For: Milton J. Wood Architect: Owner

Bartow Lime WTP Bartow, FL 2002
For: Wharton-Smith, Inc. Architect: Hartman

Lakeland NE WTP Lakeland, FL 2005
For: Wharton-Smith, Inc. Architect: Black & Veatch.
Civil and Institutional Projects
Weber provides glasswork, door/hardware work and architectural louver/metal work for heavy and civil projects throughout Florida and the Southeast. Our experience dates to 1982. We routinely deal with complicated concrete and site work jobs, with elevated structures, with multi-year schedules and extensive submittal/closeout requirements.

weber glass central florida commercial industrial glassRepresentative projects include:

Florida Power Units 4 & 5, Crystal River, FL 1982 & 2010
For: Morrison-Knudsen Architect: Black & Veatch and Dick Corporation

Peninsula Jail Williamsburg, VA 1996
For: Centex Architect: DMJM

Jax Transit-Skyway Jacksonville, FL 1997-2002
For: Superior Construction Architect: Madison

Indian River Bridge Jupiter, FL 1999
For: PCL Civil Construction Architect: FDOT

NW 12th Bridge Miami, FL 2009
For: Kiewit Southern Architect: HNTB.
Hospitals and Medical Projects
A few of our many projects are noted below. Across all of our projects, we’ve never had a delay claim from a customer and we’ve had only one non-compliant AHCA final inspection. Project scopes have ranged from a few doorlites to a greenfield facility.

weber glass central florida commercial industrial glassRepresentative projects include:

Eastbrooke Health Care Brooksville, FL 1981
For: Johnson Associates

Humana/St. Pete St. Petersburg, FL 1986
For: Gulf Contracting  |  Architect: Havard, Jolly

Largo Medical Center Largo, FL 1996
For: Walbridge Contr.  |  Architect: Gresham-Smith

Community Hosp (HCA) N. Port Richey
For: Hinson Bldg. Corp. Architect: Gresham-Smith 1999
For: Beers/Skanska  |  Architect: Gresham-Smith 2002

Lexington Medical Center Collumbia, SC 2007
For: Turner Construction  |  Architect: Perkins & Will

Promise Hospital Wildwood, FL 2009
For: Kaufman Lynn  |  Architect: Rodney Booze.
Storefronts, Display and Interior
Do you require specialty glasswork to present an image or showcase a product? Do you require experience with extremely heavy glass? Does your project contain decorative or artistic glass? Weber’s experience covers all the above. From Automobile dealerships to zoo’s, our commercial project experience can match most above-the-normal glass/glazing requirements.

weber glass central florida commercial industrial glassRepresentative projects include:

Crossroads Shopping Ctr. Disney World, FL 1988
For: Brasfield & Gorrie

Disney Animal Kingdom Disney World, FL 1998
Large heavy animal viewing glass

Victoria Park Village Deland, FL 2007
For: Building Mgmt. Syst Architect: L2 Studios, Inc.
Storefront Village

Crystal Nissan Crystal River, FL 2008
Two Story dealership, including curtainwall.
Our Commitment
It is the purpose of Weber Glass, Inc. to earn the respect and trust of our customers by providing durable goods and services fairly and with utmost integrity. Reputable customer satisfaction insures a solid foundation of consumer loyalty that continues to provide outstanding referrals, insuring our continuing competitiveness in the marketplace.

We proudly service the greater Southeastern U.S. including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama.