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  • Family businesses face hurdles moving from one generation to the next
    Most family glass businesses executives interviewed for a three-part series in e-glass weekly said succession planning is one of the most important elements to a successful and lasting family business.  However, 53 percent of respondents to an e-glass poll said they do not have a succession plan in their family business. Thirteen percent said they have a plan, but there is still disagreement...
  • Hose stream test critical for fire-rated glazing
     The options in fire-rated glass have expanded greatly in recent years. Architects and designers were once limited to traditional wired glass in relatively small sizes; today they can choose from a range of glazing that offers superior fire protection and the chance to incorporate entire walls of glass without compromising safety. This is no small feat. To achieve a fire rating of more than...
  • Read our GPD blogs here and more GPD news here.Tracy Rogers, technical director of Edgetech IG addressed an oft-overlooked area of the building process—post-construction cleanup—during Glass Performance Days ...
  • You told us what you liked, and we’re giving you more Fabricator fuel surcharges, green glazing at the 2006 AIA convention and a shower door company buy-out were the top stories in e-glass weekly, June 14, 2006 ...
  •   The basics: The glass-enclosed sunroom at the Magar residence in Tuxedo, N.Y., features framing systems of wood and aluminum to blend into the historic home. The glass features several coatings to prevent heat gain, block ultraviolet rays and prevent dirt build up. The National Sunroom Association of Cleveland awarded the sunroom in the top prize for the $30,000 and over category in its...
  • Tom Zaccone and Larry Tumminia have a combined 47 years experience in the glass industry. Zaccone spent 22 of those years at AFG Industries in Atlanta; Tumminia was at the company for 18 ...
  • The University of Oregon’s Lillis Business Complex in Eugene took green to new levels with its building envelope, using low-emissivity glass in addition to building integrated photovoltaics. The 145,000-square-foot building received Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program. The university uses the BIPV...
  • Builders of the Biomedical Sciences Tower III at the University of Pittsburgh were faced with a difficult challenge: building a 344,000-square-foot structure in a cramped urban footprint with a tight construction deadline.To avoid on-site congestion issues during glass installation, glaziers from D-M Products Inc. of Bethel Park, Pa., used a pre-assembled and pre-glazed unitized curtain wall...
  • The basics: The Ghost Bar, on the 32nd story of the W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences, opened in June 2006 and features a 100-square-foot, all glass dance floor, part of which extends onto a balcony 350 feet from the ground.  The players:Architect, HKS Inc., Dallas; developer, Hillwood Capital, Dallas; general contractor, McCarthy Building Cos., Dallas; glass fabricator, Texas Tempered...
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