The 30,000m² of glass on the Singapore State Courts Towers were protected with Protectapeel during construction for almost 18 months.
The State Courts Towers comprise of two towers, approximately 178 metres high. The towers are linked by a series of sky bridges that enable the controlled circulation of court visitors and staff of the State Courts.
The Courts Tower hosts the courtrooms, hearing chambers and court supporting functions, while the Office Tower houses the offices and other support functions.
The $450 million construction project, which commenced in 2014 took approximately 36 months, with the Towers becoming fully operational in early 2020. It is now the tallest government building in Singapore.
Protectapeel was used to protect the sleek facade during the construction phase and allowed the contractor to hand over the project without any glass replacement.