First of all on behalf of Ballymore thank you for your £1000 donation and supporting our charity football tournament in the Nine Elms Powerleague in conjunction with Embassy Gardens on the 22nd of November.

EAG fielded a football team made up of EAG & Complete Facades employees against ten other competing teams and made it to the quarter finals.

Top left-right: Vlad Cosma, Gabriel Muller, Ben Davies, Dani Cioca, Catalin Burda,
Cosmin Bararu, Bogdan Stana, Tinel Dobre.

Gentlemen many thanks  for your commitment and participation !!

The charity we are asking you to make your £1000 donation towards is The Foundry. Your donation will go towards disadvantaged teenagers in the Vauxhall area as well as homecare assistance for the elderly and also keeping the gym open that they run free of charge during working hours as a means of keeping teenagers off the streets and engaging them in areas such as general fitness, boxing, football, athletics and upskilling as personal trainers. Further to this The Foundry will also be supporting along with Ballymore a hot-kitchen where some of the teenagers working with them are trained in food preparation and in turn the food is sold at minimum prices as well as supplied to the homeless.


Centenary Building, Southampton University

EAG are delighted to display their work at the university campus in the gallery. The project was handed over to the Client on 27/9/19.

Well done to all concerned for delivering this tiled Masterpiece! The 5000+ glazed ceramic terracotta tiles form the envelope rain screen cladding. 

EAG WIN BAM Health and Safety Awards 2019

EAG have been awarded BAM facade contractor of the year and overall BAM South East Contractor of the year for their work on the Centenary Building at the University of Southampton.

Site manager Andy Breedon  being presented with one of the awards.

“Well done all those involved with consistently achieving the high level expected on this demanding project.   Really proud of you all.”

Regards,  Simon Gladwin  MD


EAG open in Madrid

We are delighted to announce that as of 1st September we have now opened a design office located in Paseo Infanta Isabel 17, central Madrid. This is part of the planned expansion of our in house design facility which we believe will quickly strengthen our ability to deliver new and exciting projects.

Jose Yerga  (centre) will be heading up this team as Design Manager, initially with two new members of staff  Juan Fernandez as Designer and Mariana Cortes as Junior Designer, with a plan to increase this team to a total of four in due course.

Best wishes from your UK colleagues! 

Construction News Project of the Year Winner, July 2019

Greenwood Place Community Centre

EAG were commissioned by Kier Construction in July 2017 as specialist facade trade contractor to provide a mixture of high performance aluminium curtain walling, windows and sliding doors as part of this multi million pound development.

Located in Kentish Town, the new three storey 3,228 sq m Community Resource Centre provides separate, dedicated, high-quality services for people with dementia, learning disabilities and mental health problems. In addition, it also provides services for younger people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and autism.

EAG successfully completed their contract for Kier in October 2018. The scheme was delivered on time, on budget, and with zero defects at handover.

Architects:  PCKO
Client: London Borough of Camden
Image courtesy of: e-architect

Brave The Shave Challenge Update

Dear All,

The deed is done as those of you who work with me have experienced. Thanks again to all of you who have donated and to those who are about to, for such a great life saving cause. 

Please check out my shave page to donate. https://bravetheshave.macmillan.org.uk/shavers/heather-foy

To those of you who don’t know me yet my name is Heather Foy, I am the H&S Quality Coordinator at EAG. On the 7th of October I am taking part in the Brave The Shave Challenge for the Macmillan Cancer Org and I need your support.

Please check out my shave page to donate. https://bravetheshave.macmillan.org.uk/shavers/heather-foy

Thank you in advance for your contribution.


We are delighted to announce that the complete shareholding of Architectural Glazing Limited, comprising English Architectural Glazing Limited (EAG) and Multifab Limited, has been acquired by UK private equity fund Elaghmore LLP.

Looking forward, Elaghmore will work closely with our directors and existing management team,  providing support to develop EAG’s resources and capacity, so we can work closely with new and existing clients on more numerous and larger upcoming project opportunities.

Following the acquisition, EAG will expand its pre-construction operations to increase the amount of work we can tender, giving a greater number of opportunities for our supply chain. In addition, further opportunities may well present themselves from the other façade and engineering businesses within Elaghmore ownership.

EAG is the eighth-acquisition made by Elaghmore from its private equity fund, Elaghmore I (Fund 1) which closed at the end of 2016. The investment strategy of the fund is focused on businesses that present a significant opportunity for growth. Elaghmore has a strong track record over the past decade, investing in, operationally supporting and successfully growing businesses.

Andy Ducker, Partner at Elaghmore, said: “EAG has a first-class reputation and track record, and is known as a high-quality contractor and manufacturer, offering excellent client service. With the operational support we can provide, the business has an exciting future, with a talented workforce that has a wide range of skills, knowledge and experience in design, engineering, manufacturing and fabrication. We look forward to working closely with the EAG team to grow the business.”

Commenting on the transaction, Simon Gladwin, Managing Director, EAG, said: “This is an exciting day for EAG, as we look to build the future and increase our client base.  We are excited about working with Elaghmore, whose financial backing and operational expertise will help us to expand the business and capture the growing market demand for our products and services.”

EAG contracted in W6

St George West London Limited (Berkeley Homes Group) have chosen English Architectural Glazing as the specialist facade trade contractor to provide a mixture of high performance Schuco windows, doors and curtain wall systems. In addition, there are large areas of specialist cladding comprising aluminium, terracotta and zinc material as part of this multi-million pound development.

The Sovereign Court development is very well connected being only minutes from four main tube lines.   Centrally located at the heart of Hammersmith, with an enticing mix of high-street brands, independent stores and a thriving café culture the development offers a thriving location providing one, two, three bedroom apartments, villas and penthouses.

Edward Whipp, Pre-Construction Director of EAG comments, “Having lost out on phase one of this development, we’re pleased to add this major project to our broad portfolio of recent contract wins in the London residential market. More specifically, although having worked within the Berkeley Group before, we are delighted to be working with the St George business for the first time”.

EAG will commence on site in summer 2019.

Architects: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands and Broadway Malyan
Client: Berkeley Homes Group
Image courtesy of: Berkeley Homes


Dear All,

I am proud to have been part of this charity event. This old man (me) completed the whole 54 miles and crossed the line in 19 hours coming in 71st out of over a thousand participants. Your support assisted me with my determination to finish in the time that I did, thank you all so much.

To all my sponsors,  I can confirm that the money you pledged has been very gratefully received. To date I managed to raise  £1360 our team £5000 and the whole Yomp raised £300,000. So thank you so much for your support with a special thanks to EAG & Complete Facades for your extra generous donations.

Any one still wishing to sponsor please go to the link below which is still open:




Hi, my name is Grant Young and I am the Health & Safety Advisor here at EAG. On the 8th of June this year I will be undertaking a 54 mile yomp for charity. This will be across the Scottish Cairngorms and has to be completed in 24 hours.

The charity event is (ABF)The Soldiers’ Charity collecting donations for military families who have lost family members and for old veterans and personnel that are now incapacitated in some way.

I hope some of you will be willing to support me and give a donation. This can be done by clicking on to the link below which will take you direct to my sponsor page. Those of you that sponsor please also leave a message on the page so that I know who you are. I commenced my training for the event during December 2018. I have now reach my target training of 39 mile which was completed in 15 hours on Saturday 18th May, 10 of those were in the dark

Thanking you in advance for anything that you can give. https://secure.soldierscharity.org/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspxregistrationID=520055&langPref=en-CA&Referrer=direct%2fnone