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  • On Dec. 29, 2014, officials from Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions LLC announced the company acquired the U.S. commercial fabrication assets of AGC Glass Company North America Inc. AGC’s residential assets were not part of the acquisition and will be retained by AGC. Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed.Glass Magazine has confirmed that 10 AGC fabrication locations...
  • Long-haul truck drivers represent one segment of the workforce on which all glass and glazing companies rely. Drivers move glass loads throughout the country, connecting all levels of the supply chain—from manufacturers to fabricators to glaziers and glass shops. But that segment of the workforce is facing a serious labor shortage that could affect all companies throughout the supply chain. I...
  • A previous column questioned the future viability of the International Green Construction Code. Prior to the International Code Council Annual Business Meeting in September, the ICC and the U.S. Green Building Council announced that a joint agreement had been reached by those two organizations, along with the Illuminating Engineering Society and the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and...
  • One year comes to a close and opportunities arise for the next. Many use New Year’s resolutions to set personal or business goals for the next year. Perhaps now is also the time for some legal risk management resolutions to help lay a foundation for a prosperous new year. And while not a complete list of all legal needs, some friendly reminders accompanying a positive industry outlook never hurt...
  • A growing labor shortage has been a top concern of companies across the glass industry. Respondents to the Glass Magazine Top 50 Glaziers survey said finding labor was their biggest challenge, and 65 percent of Glass Magazine’s Top Metal Companies said recruiting/retaining employees has been a challenge. This Trends & Analysis report looks at labor demands and current shortages among three...
  • Protect people and product during handling and on the road
    Following best practices while loading and unloading, maintaining racks and wearing necessary PPE will minimize breakage and potential injury. Pictured is the Schodorf Model L-60 all-aluminum glass rack for one-ton cab and chassis trucks.Cutting corners when transporting glass from the shop to the job site can be costly. Glass breakage hits the bottom line, and accidents can cause injuries, lost...
  • Sky high installations with aerial work platforms
    From left-to-right: Boom Lift - Maximum heights for straight access and hard-to-reach locations; Scissor Lift - Larger platforms and greater weight capacities; Vertical Mast Lift - Small size for confined workspaces As the applications, sizes and shapes for glass lites and systems continue to expand into new frontiers, glaziers will need bigger, more flexible and safer means for working at...
  • glasstec 2014 hosted 43,000 trade visitors and 1,217 exhibitors representing all segments of the glass industry. Exhibitors displayed new technologies, innovations and products, presenting the glass industry’s latest trends. Photo by Messe Düsseldorf/Tillmann Things are looking up for the worldwide glass industry, as an optimistic outlook and overall mood permeated the show floor during glasstec...
  • Curtain wall trends at home and abroad
    The Evolution Tower in Moscow, currently under construction, is the first cold bent glazing project in Russia. Each of the tower’s 54 floors is twisted 3 degrees in relation to the preceding one, totaling 135 degrees of rotation. Guardian Industries supplied 550,000 square feet of Guardian SunGuard HP Neutral 60/40 glass. The high-performance solar protection glass minimizes solar energy gain...
  • Trending Solutions for Glass Railings, Doors and Shower Enclosures
    Across application types, design styles and industry segments, glass hardware products follow four basic trends, says Dan Hope, president and owner of Santa Barbara Glass Co. “The more frameless, the better; the larger the panels, the better; contemporary and old world looks, all bundled together; and maintenance free and extended longevity products,” Hope describes. With heavy glass and minimal...
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    Great Glazing: Custom interior officeThis commercial office space in Tulsa, Okla., features a 42-foot-long, custom, continuous art mural that spans 14 glass panels suspended from the ceiling. Created by Tulsa artist May Yang, the mural is based on local Oklahoma themes, transitioning from rural landscape to the Tulsa skyline.   Great Glazing: Joliet Junior College Campus...
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