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Safety Railing on Royal Wharf Pier

Frameless Glass Balustrade Installation of a safety railing on the river Thames

A safety railing on the River Thames. London’s longest pier, Royal Wharf includes a 162m² viewing platform for unparalleled views along the River Thames, now surrounded by a glass balustrade safety railing. 

Like many river-side locations, the view is spectacular and is preserved for the enjoyment of those walking by. The glass balustrade keeps the views in tact while also providing a safety barrier and windbreak along the length of the pier.

The Royal Wharf Pier opened in 2019, after a refurbishment, and now provides quick transport to and from central London by water taxi. The use of MEGAgrip keeps the view of the River Thames while providing the necessary safety feature on the pier.

MEGAgrip is Pure Vista’s answer to a heavy-duty and fully adjustable balustrade system. The internal glass clamps allow for easy alignment of the glass within the channel, making this one of the most easily adjustable systems available. MEGAgrip is ideal to be used as a public space barrier in busy locations such as transport hubs or venues. A benefit to this product is that it can be upgraded, with the use of a converter kit, to become bomb-resistant. For this project, MEGAgrip provides the most suitable safety railing on the River Thames.

Photos shown below.

Below in the photos, you can see the pier by day and night. The glass balustrade adds a touch of elegance as it acts as a safety barrier, windbreak and hand rail. Importantly, showing the stunning views of the River Thames from the seating areas so all people visiting will appreciate the use of glass. In the evening, warm tones light the glass creating a feature that compliments the pier and its surroundings.

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