Where it began

The timeline and progress of Euroview Architectural Glass

Our history

We started with humble beginnings, however, since we have prospered over the past three decades, supplying bespoke
units to a range of specifications.


Starting small

We started essentially, as a local glass shop with sealed units being made by hand sealed units were being made by hand to specification.


New Directors

Managing Director Neil Jesse acquired the company along with Perry Hubble, with intentions of growing the company beyond a local business.


Changing places

In order to support the growth within the company, we had a relocation to Witham, Essex.


Upgrading our manufacturing

As the company progressed in numbers, as did our capabilities. We installed an automated IGU manufacturing line, with a softcoat capability installed.


Expanding the business

Responding the demand, our first toughening plant was installed in order to support our other services.


Making moves

Once again, we relocated. Although staying within Witham, we expanded to a larger premises.


New personnel

With the appointment of the New, MD Steve Larvin appointed, we saw the sale of the domestic manufacturing business and turned focus to the architectural sector.


New directions in name and technology

We installed high specification processing equipment by Glaston, Forel, Hegla, and The Glass Machinery Company and rebranded as Euroview Architectural Glass.