Product Launch: VetraSpan-L

Clear Span VetraSpan-L

Sentech unveils the second of a series of 5 new products being launched in the first quarter of 2024. VetraSpan-L, the newest addition to our Clear Span suite of products, is an ultra-transparent structural glass facade system that seeks to eliminate all vertical glass joints and drastically increase the horizontal span of transparency and openness.… Read the full post

2024 AIA Seminars

Clear Span Glass Facade

2024 is in full swing! And with it, our newest presentation offerings to architects across the country. Our AIA-accredited virtual seminars, which are approved for 1 AIA HSW CEU each, are designed to be interactive deep-dives into the most current advances and trends in structural glass technology and design, complete with project case studies. More information… Read the full post

Product Launch: VetraSky

Sentech unveils the first of a series of 5 new products being launched over the coming weeks. VetraSky, our latest addition to our overhead glazing suite of products, is a new overhead structural glass solution that has never been available to the market before.   The evolution of skylight systems over the last century has resulted in… Read the full post

Sentech Projects Win USGlass Design Awards

Structural Glass Entry

Sentech is thrilled to to announce that two Sentech projects have won recognition in the 5th Annual USGlass Magazine Excellence in Architectural Glass Design Awards in the Structural Glass Facades Category. Both Tysons Central in Tysons, Virginia and Block 185 in our hometown of Austin, Texas were recognized, with Tysons Central winning the Structural Glass… Read the full post

Structural Glass Quarterly: The New Year’s Issue

Structural Glass Facade

Sentech’s latest newsletter, The New Year’s Issue is hot off the press! We are thankful for another great trip around the sun, and in this issue we take a look in the rearview at 2023 and all that we accomplished. We hope you enjoy looking back as much as we do! Click here to read our… Read the full post

Project Feature: Four Seasons Residences

Four Seasons Structural Glass Entrance

Sentech’s latest project feature is located in a ritzy, 12-story high-rise residential complex that offers a curated lifestyle in one of the world’s most desirable and fashionable destinations. Located in the Beverly Grove neighborhood in the heart of Los Angeles, the Four Seasons Private Residences in Los Angeles is located just blocks away from the… Read the full post

Project Feature: 851 Main Street

Structural Glass Fin Wall

Sentech’s latest project feature is located in historic Redwood City, California. The oldest city on the San Francisco Peninsula, and just 27 miles from downtown San Francisco, the historic downtown was originally a port town during the gold rush. Today, the city is a center of high-tech industry, sitting at the mid-point of the San… Read the full post

Project Feature: Emory University HSRB

VetraFin-S Structural Glass System

Sentech’s latest project feature is located in Atlanta, Georgia at Emory University’s newly opened Emory Health Sciences Research Building II (HSRB II). The university was originally founded in 1836  as a small Methodist college in Georgia, and is renowned for its liberal arts college, professional schools, and has one of the leading healthcare systems in… Read the full post

Structural Glass Quarterly: The Summer Special

VetraFin-S Structural Glass Wall

Sentech’s Q3 2023 Newsletter is out! With summer in full swing and fall on the horizon, we take a few moments to share newsworthy items and our updated project portfolio,  along with project updates and updated seminar offerings. Read on below to check out Sentech’s newest partnership with SLIMPACT® by Faour Glass Technologies, our latest interactive… Read the full post

Project Feature: 2100 Penn

Structural Glass with Steel Fins

Sentech’s latest project feature is located along one of Washington D.C.’s most iconic boulevards, Pennsylvania Avenue. Often called “America’s Main Street” and L’Enfant’s “Grand Avenue,” Pennsylvania Avenue connects the corridors of power in the nation’s capital, including the three branches of government and large federal agencies. Steps away from the White House, 2100 Pennsylvania Avenue is a… Read the full post