Latest Articles in Commercial Glass

  • A proper interview can mean the difference between a good employ and a bad experience
    In the late '90s, a large manufacturer in the Detroit area hired a gentleman to fill the position of marketing manager. His resume and references indicated he was a tremendous hire, but he quit after only one day on the job. At 5 p.m., he told his supervisor: "There is some type of disease in this company that I don't want to catch."In this case, the disease was the negative company...
  • From AIA in Boston Sustainable design tools Viracon, Owatonna, Minn., developed a "Green Building Design" area on its Web site offering new tools, including a climate zone map and chart to help architects, designers and specifiers select the right glass for their green building goals. The new Viracon Green Building Design site features a new climate zone map and climate zone chart....
  • This is a sidebar to the article, "Hiring horror."
  • NSG GroupThe board of directors from Japan's NSG Group announced the following changes in senior management. Stuart Chambers became president and chief executive officer responsible for profitable operation of businesses within the group. He chairs an executive committee that oversees day-to-day management of the businesses. Previously, he served as executive vice president and chief operating...
  • Skylights enhance museum renovation, Pyramid House, and new airport terminal.
  • Material price escalation is a business risk faced by all contractors. Given current economic circumstances, this risk is roaring back into prominence with double-digit annual rates of price increases for many types of construction materials.
  • Energy efficiency codes present ups and downs for commercial fenestration
    While the International Code Council, Washington, D.C., has tackled numerous aspects of green construction in its building codes, energy efficiency is the aspect most clearly defined and addressed in the codes. The growing focus on green construction in the United States has intensified the ICC’s emphasis on these efficiency provisions.
  • Top 10 things to do when selling to architects
    Sales representatives need to know more than just the ins and outs of their product and service offerings. They need to know their audience and what they want to hear during sales meetings. Through interviews with sales representatives at glazing contractors and industry material suppliers, and discussions directly with architects, we developed a list of the top 10 things sales representatives...
  • Spotlight on your profits
    U.S. economic forecasts have gone from bad to worse, and the phrases “falling dollar,” “possible recession,” “credit crunch” and “rising prices” have entered into the everyday vocabulary of many Americans. It seems as if the much-discussed economic stimulus rebate checks won’t quite provide the necessary boost to turn things around immediately.
  • Exclusive interview
    Officials from C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles, a supplier to the glazing, architectural, construction, industrial and automotive industries, announced March 25 the purchase of Sommer & Maca Industries, Cicero, Ill.Donald E. Friese, CRL's chairman and CEO, calls the deal a "perfect fit" and says it will help better the industry by providing more products and services through more...
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