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  • How is your company incorporating technology into its processes and projects?
    CommercialCory Philippy, senior project manager, RG Glass / Carvart“With today’s fast paced construction schedules, you need to have instant contact between the field and the office. The days of heading to the site with a rolled up 24-inch by 30-inch set of shop drawings and taking pictures with your camera are [becoming] a thing of the past.I am currently working on the Baccarat Hotel in Midtown...
  • Code community grapples with enforcement of green codes
    We are familiar with the role police and firefighters play within our communities. Police reduce crime. Firefighters put out fires. Both play a critical role in preserving the overall safety of the communities in which we live in. Many code officials view themselves as having a similar role within the communities they serve. They are the silent defenders, who strive to prevent the tragedies that...
  • Industry attention has recently turned toward a decision of the California Supreme Court allowing homeowners to sue an architect they did not hire for claims of negligence. The case was Beacon Residential Community vs. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. While it may seem like another unique California case involving an architect, there are some important lessons that suggest the glass industry’s...
  • Designing buildings and building products that are accessible to the entire population requires considerations well beyond those outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act building standards, according to Elizabeth Watson, director of the Center for Students with Disabilities at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Watson delivered the keynote, “Moving from ADA to Universal Design,”...
  • The world's largest trade show, glasstec, took place October 21-24 in Düsseldorf, Germany, where new glass technologies of every type and configuration, along with the machinery that creates them, took up nine exhibit halls. About 43,000 people attended the event, which hosted 1,217 exhibitors from around the world, according to show organizers.See below for photos and video from the show floor...
  • As the economy starts to ramp up, how will capacity concerns begin to affect companies?
    CommercialJon Close, vice president of sales, Linetec“We are already seeing capacity become a big issue. Last year we added 30 percent capacity. It was a great year, and a lot of that capacity was eaten up. We are making a major capital investment of over $15 million to add a third anodize line. We are making this significant investment to stay ahead of demand. As our industry continues to...
  • Building the team is one of the cornerstones of business. To use Major League Baseball terms, a team can be built through free agency and/or through the farm system. A healthy company does both. By using free agency, you bring fresh ideas into the company. By promoting through the farm system, you create an excitement within the company, and yourretention of employees is improved.With free agency...
  • EIA reports ‘substantial potential’ for energy-efficiency improvements
    The industrial sector consumes about 30 percent of total energy in the United States, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Energy-intensive industries, including glass manufacturing, account for more than half of total industrial energy use.Glass manufacturing has an energy-consumption-per-output ratio of 13,140 Btu per dollar shipments, according to an August 2013 EIA report...
  • A Look at the Past, Present and Future of High-Performance Glass Solutions
    The new LEED Platinum $250 million headquarters for TD Ameritrade in Omaha, Nebraska, highlights the energy-efficient capabilities of glass facade systems. The building maximizes daylighting and energy savings with its high-performance glass facade, rainscreen system and solar thermal array. The vision glass was triple-glazed insulating glass units with PPG Solarban 70XL low-E coating on the No....
  • The Challenges and Opportunities in the Rebounding Economy
    Visitors gather at the Las Vegas Convention Center for GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, held Sept. 9-11. Event attendance topped 7,200, its highest level since 2008, according to show officials.The glass and fenestration industries joined together in Las Vegas Sept. 9-11 for GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, where attendance and new product introductions...
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