Added protection with LLumar safety and security window film.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is a living presidential memorial and one of the country’s most esteemed performance venues. The magnificent structure covers 17-acres and features theaters, concert halls, an opera house and more. The Kennedy Center’s foyer is itself one of the world’s largest rooms, with towering glass walls. The Center wanted to better protect the thousands of people who visit each month from the danger of broken glass.
The Kennedy Center installed more than 18,000 square feet of LLumar safety and security window film all throughout the building. A laminated polyester film bonded by a unique adhesive system, the 7 millimeter clear film was fitted to all glass entryways and interior walls to help hold broken glass in place and prevent patrons from injury. Both the thickness of the LLumar safety and security window film and its unique bonding system play key factors in keeping the glass from shattering.
Today, while thousands of visitors pour into the Kennedy Center each month to enjoy performances and galas, the memorial’s management team rests easier knowing that all of their patrons are well-protected from harm in the unlikely event of broken window glass. The clear window film preserves the appearance of the building so patrons can enjoy their visit safely and in style.