Vision AGI was formed in the year 2000 to focus on the installation of glass products for the domestic (and commercial) markets. With over 30 years of combined experience within the glazing and construction industries, we have worked with some of the leading names in UK construction, allowing us to build long lasting relationships with some of the most respected suppliers in the industry. Our passion lies in creating innovative design solutions using glass to enhance and transform any environment, maximising the natural elements of light and space. Bringing more of the outside in, creating a more seamless transition between the two, enabling you to enjoy all the benefits.
Our reputation for quality has been built by using only the finest processes, materials and suppliers. We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of the contemporary glazing marketplace; keeping our finger on the pulse by using the latest technologies and following all the up and coming key trends with a keen interest.
We believe it’s our vision that can make a real difference, in making your vision a reality.
Making a statement without making a footprint
Every glass structure from Vision AGI is designed and built to enhance and improve home environments. We take a similar approach to the wider environment and are committed to reducing the carbon footprint of our business. All of our raw materials are sourced from companies that hold certification for ISO 14001 Environmental Management.
COMPLETING THE PICTURE
Vision AGI is best placed to guide you through every step of the process from the first meeting through to the completion of your specialist glazing project.
Adding a new dimension to design
Gavin Hutton, Technical Director at Vision AGI was responsible for the production of the 3D model showing the structural and blast resilient glazing on the award winning London 2012 Olympic Velodrome.
With the use of SolidWorks*, a 3D computer-aided design solution software package, we are able to develop and complete accurate designs that can be leveraged across the planning, layout, fabrication and construction processes.
During the design development stage we meet with our clients to explore ideas and alternatives using 3D parametrics and finite element analysis to optimise their designs against project objectives.
With this service and attention to detail, our clients get a realistic 3D view of what their specialist glazing installation will actually look like.
(SolidWorks* is a registered trademark of Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corporation)
We outsource our fabrication which gives us virtually unlimited capacity, we have developed close relationships with our key fabrication partners; having worked with them for many years across numerous projects allows us to offer the very highest standard of service.
Using a wide variety of different materials; depending on our client’s specific needs – from aluminium to stainless steel – we can fabricate any component we design in virtually any material. We pride ourselves on processing works within tolerance, with quality control and excellent dispatch procedures.
We have our own in-house Vision glazing installation teams who possess a wealth of knowledge & experience; from installing a simple glazed window / door to the more complex glazing systems, such as Planar. They are all registered with the CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) and our lead installers are also CWCT (Centre for Window and Cladding Technology) accredited. We believe in our team’s capabilities and performance. They are committed and focused on ensuring they do the best job possible, with great attention to detail, within the set timescales, and to programme. We appreciate that the construction stage of the project, on your home, can be an inconvenience and always endeavour to make the project run smoothly and with minimal disruption.
Although many of the contracts we undertake include a full design to installation service, if you would prefer to arrange the installation yourself, we would also be able to offer full instructions and a fixing kit to ensure that the glass structure you specify looks as good as the original design.