Latest Articles in Commercial Glass

  • North America’s largest glass and fenestration trade show had its final day at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
  • The jolts take many forms, from the general to the specific, and from the small shock waves that promise to become tsunami-big. Unlike David Letterman's list, mine is no laughing matter, but depending on your perspective, there is an upside.These jolts are inter-related as short- and long-term causes take effect. "We expect the residential housing marketing and the economy in general to...
  • Las Vegas seems to be like a second home to the glass industry. In 2008, Glass Week and the Building Envelope Contractors Conference went back to back there. It will happen again in 2009. The Glass Fabrication & Glazing Education Conference also met in Vegas this past spring. And GlassBuild America sets up shop in Sin City every other year, including this year.So, what do you do in Vegas when...
  • Crystal Achievement Award winners recognized for third time
    Glass Magazine's third annual Crystal Achievement Awards produced 29 winners in 21 categories.
  • Cooking up profits through manager training
    Don't we all wish it were so easy to throw some ingredients together and end up with a recipe for a great manager? Most successful managers tend to be made up of an equal combination of many attributes and skills, but all of them differ in their approach and style.
  • Sahely Mukerji, managing editor and news editor, Glass Magazine, talks to the executive director of the National Fenestration Rating Council, Greenbelt, Md.
  • Columbia Center glazing changes the face of Washington, D.C.
    It could be said that Columbia Center, Hickok Cole Architects' latest office building in Washington, D.C., brought glass curtain wall into the central business district of the staid marble and precast-concrete of our nation's capital.
  • A company's logo is a critical aspect of its brand identity. Logos should communicate corporate strategies and visions to customers, and mirror company activities.
  • There is a risk in going green. I don't suggest it is a bad idea to make your products green or energy efficient. The law, industry standards, associations' recommendations, and owner expectations strongly suggest you do so and often times require you to do so. I do suggest it is a bad idea to focus on the wrong kind of green.
  • Legendary basketball coach offers 10 tips for success
    John Wooden coached men's basketball team at the University of California at Los Angeles to 10 NCAA championships from 1964 to 1975, winning seven in a row. He retired in 1975 and continues to influence people as a motivational speaker.
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