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  • The American Architectural Manufacturers Association, Schaumburg, Ill., hosted local architects during the Architects of a Better Mind educational seminar presented at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Oct. 6 and 7.
  • The theme for Bystronic Glass, Aurora, Colo., at glasstec 2008 was “Glass and Energy,” and the company explored the areas of resource sustainability, environmental protection and energy-efficiency, among others.Bystronic's new products for the efficient processing of architectural and automotive glass, included smart’lamiline, a flexible, entry-level glass manufacturing...
  • Optimized production processes and excellent product quality remain as important goals to obtain for those who want to stay ahead of their competitors.
  • Getting more from business management software
    An Enterprise Resource Planning system is a single system that serves the needs of the entire company from sales to production to human resources to finance.
  • Legwork is needed to learn about the available building products and how they will fit into an architect’s design.
  • In most states, principles of common law, specifically the “dual employee” doctrine, addresses the issue of who is responsible for workers’ compensation coverage for temporary employees. The doctrine considers loaned, leased, or temporary workers as employees of both the labor service and the client company. If a worker is injured, workers’ compensation...
  • Does your Employment Practices Liability policy cover third-party claims?
  • News, updates and blogs from glasstec, Oct. 21-25 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
  • During an interview at GlassBuild America 2008, Gary Dean, CEO of Bohle America Inc., Charlotte, N.C., discusses Bohle’s developing U.S. subsidiary, new products, the effect of the economy on the company and industry, and how Bohle goes green.
  • Garret Henson, director of sales for Viracon, Owatonna, Minn., talks with Commercial Glass Editor Katy Devlin during GlassBuild America about the company’s new products, going green, Viracon’s major projects and coping with the difficult economic environment.
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