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  • Located in one of the coldest cities in the United States, the 55,000 square-foot, $16.5 million Fairbanks Imaging Center in Fairbanks, Alaska, stands out with its ample glazing that floods the interior with natural light.Project architect Martha Hanlon, head of Martha Hanlon Architects in Fairbanks, says the city that has an average annual temperature of just 26.9 degrees features many near...
  • The basics: Visitors cross a more than 15-foot long glass bridge over indoor waterfalls to reach the Mandara Spa at the Atlantis Bahamas Resort.   The players:Design, Lori Rapport Interior Designer, Oviedo, Fla.; general contractor, Kerzner International Development Ltd., Bahamas; glass manufacturer, Artwork in Architectural Glass, Newport Beach, Calif.; installer, Woslee Dominion...
  • Coloration, durability, aesthetics and cost influence decision
     Structural glass plays a central role in many of the most recognizable buildings in the United States. The John Hancock building in Chicago, for example, features 16,000 windows on 100-stories. Whether the glass is curved, tinted or etched, the materials holding it in place must complement the architect’s design and color palette. Recent projects like the Wynn Las Vegas hotel, the US...
  • Internet and television critical to marketing success
     In a world where Wikipedia defines everything, MySpace hosts everyone and YouTube videos are everywhere, glass companies must look beyond traditional print marketing techniques to effectively reach consumers.“Seventy-three percent of adults are online. And 59 percent say they start online when looking for local listings,” said Scott Orth, director of Internet marketing...
  • Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens makes efficiency a priority during massive renovations
     Nothing seems greener in an urban setting than a garden conservatory—an indoor space dedicated to growing countless varieties of plants, acting as a natural haven for visitors. And often nothing is greener, as long as green doesn’t refer to energy efficiency. Greenhouses by nature are poor energy performers, says Jim Smith, head of Montgomery Smith Inc. in Burlington, Ky....
  •  I recently gave a presentation to some 140 glazing executives at the GlassBuild America Show [Sept. 10 in Atlanta] on the Component Modeling Program being developed by the National Fenestration Rating Council.  It is my hope that this program will assist the commercial fenestration industry in preparing their businesses for a future for which I fear many companies may not be ready....
  • Inc. 500 Conference through the eyes of a company president
     Each year, Inc. Magazine hosts its annual Inc. 500 Conference for the CEOs of companies who make the famous list of fastest growing private companies in America. This year, for the first time, the list was expanded from 500 to include the 5,000 fastest growing companies. About 1,400 executives accepted their invitation to the conference this past September in Chicago. For two days and three...
  • Seco-Larm introduces no touch request-to-exit sensor
     Seco-Larm, Irvine, Calif., is now shipping its new SD-927PKC-NEQ No Touch Request-to-Exit Sensor as one of its extensive line of access control products.The sensor uses reliable infrared technology to open a door or activate a device with the wave of a hand. The trigger distance is up to 4 inches. To reduce the risk of contamination, this sensor is ideal for use in hospitals, clinics, labs...
  • President, Kawneer North America
     Education: 1984, bachelor's degree in business studies, Lanchester Polytechnic, Coventry,  EnglandCareer: September 2004-present, president, Kawneer North America, Norcross, Ga.; 2002-04, president, Alcoa Architectural Products, Geneva, Switzerland; 1997-2002, commercial director, Alcoa Building & Construction Systems,  Brussels, Belgium, and Geneva; 1991-97, sales and...
  •   “For the Oceanaire, we liked that channel glass is structurally stable and can be used to redefine how light plays into a space. … It has the ability to hold light, but also diffuse it, which creates an evocative quality.” — Betsy Vohs, project designer with the 20 Below Studio The basics: Designers of the Oceanaire Seafood Room at the Galleria Mall in...
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