19Apr
By: Vistamatic134 On: April 19, 2017 In: Latest News, Uncategorized Comments: 107

As Earth Day approaches, did you know that buying American-made products are better for the environment? Current technologies allow manufacturing processes in the US to lean toward cleaner, renewable, and eco-friendly practices. If we invest in American-made products, we can be sure that we are doing our part to contribute to...

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12Apr
By: Vistamatic134 On: April 12, 2017 In: Latest News Comments: 61

Vistamatic is delighted to work in partnership with The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio (CHOSA) as part of a $135 million, 800,000-square-foot expansion and renovation of their campus, turning the existing adult and pediatric hospital into a dedicated children’s hospital. See more at http://bit.ly/2owMeZA. For this project, we collaborated...

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05Apr
By: Vistamatic134 On: April 05, 2017 In: Latest News Comments: 143

Each day, we craft Vistamatic privacy glass solutions from our 15,000 square foot facility in Coral Springs, Florida and take pride that we are Made in the USA. All of our panels are fully customizable for each of our clients. Some of those options include: Glazing / Glass options:...

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04Apr
By: Vistamatic134 On: April 04, 2017 In: Latest News Comments: 70

Vistamatic is delighted to partner with West Valley Medical Center for the $6.25 million expansion and renovation of its surgery department, supplying Vista-Max with black vinyl privacy glass solutions. This project adds 2,771 square feet of operating and recovery space to the hospital’s current 10,900 square-foot surgical department. We were...

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21Feb
By: Vistamatic134 On: February 21, 2017 In: Latest News Comments: 106

Vistamatic is delighted to have supplied 140 Vista-Max privacy glass panels for the Critical Care Pavilion (CCP) addition located at MetroHealth Medical Center’s Main Campus in Cleveland, Ohio, working alongside: Architects: CBLH Design General Contractors: Gilbane Building Co. Installers: Builders Glass & Panel The CCP originally opened in 2004 and houses the...

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07Feb
By: Vistamatic134 On: February 07, 2017 In: Latest News Comments: 153

Oviedo Medical Center, in Ovideo, Fla., is now complete, and Vistamatic is delighted to have worked on this $109 million project which includes a 64-bed hospital, 22-bed emergency department. Vistamatic supplied 17 Vista-Max privacy glass solutions for the emergency room, installed by Altamonte Glass & Mirror. We also worked alongside contractors,...

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By: Vistamatic134 On: November 14, 2016 In: Latest News Comments: 433

Frances integral blind corner solution is the most advanced integral blind system providing healthcare users with a maintenance-free, totally integrated privacy and shading solution. Frances integral blind corner solution is controlled by a discrete, powerful handle located around the unit perimeter for aesthetic appeal and utmost function. The one-handed operation...

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09Sep
By: Vistamatic134 On: September 09, 2016 In: Healthcare, Latest News Comments: 160

Our BetweenGlassBlinds UK partner published a great case study this week highlighting its partnership with the world-class Liverpool http://bit.ly/2c7kQsd Here’s an excerpt: BetweenGlassBlinds were approached by European Doorsets (EDSI) who were selected by Carillion following a tender process with several other companies. European Doorsets, who had worked with BGB...

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By: Vistamatic134 On: July 25, 2016 In: Latest News Comments: 103

For the past couple of years, Vistamatic has invested heavily in growth, R&D and business expansion as we work with our clients coast-to-coast across the USA. Over that time, we have personally witnessed an upturn in our industry and are always interested in sharing data to support this trend....

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By: Vistamatic134 On: June 14, 2016 In: Latest News, Tips and Information Comments: 72

Healthcare Design magazine recently published an article analyzing the trends in healthcare and commented that there’s a years’ worth of big renovation projects on the table. They report: “Hospitals were way behind in their facilities…and lots are now catching up.” They add that budgets are finally getting some breathing...

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