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  • Survey reveals similar trends in auto and architectural glazing
    Few corporations are able to sustain competitiveness without investing in equipment and tools to help them achieve their goals, and glass companies are no different. National Glass Association members participating in the 2006 NGA Competitiveness Survey report that they invested a median 5 percent—average 14.7 percent—in capital equipment and median 2 percent—average 3.7 percent...
  • No longer a myth
    Photos: Skywalk Installation When I first heard about a skywalk being built off a Grand Canyon cliff, I did what most people do today. I Googled it.To my surprise, the search return displayed urban legend references at sites such as all-lies.com, snopes.com and urbanlegends.about.com.Well, the “legend” became a reality in March thanks to $40 million from Las Vegas developer David Jin...
  • Factual, reliable data for purchasers
     In the past, spacer systems weren’t regarded as key determinants of a window unit’s overall thermal and structural performance. That perspective has changed. As energy costs continue to rise, framing systems offer better insulation values, and pricing pressures continue unabated. Manufacturers throughout North America are therefore compelled to offer products with bottom-line...
  • Cladding, canopies, column covers, infill panels create new niche
    Architectural metals is a great niche for glaziers to expand business. If you’re called in to create an all-glass storefront entrance, go beyond a basic rail system, door openers and handles. Architectural metals can create additional design elements in custom architectural finishes and textures. Custom canopies and sunshades can be added over an entrance. Or incorporate metal column...
  • Glass companies, employees struggle with painfully high costs
    According to the National Coalition on Health Care in Washington, D.C., premiums for employer-based health insurance increased 7.7 percent in 2006. Premiums for smaller employers saw an average increase of 8.8 percent, and companies with fewer than 24 employees saw increases of an average of 10.5 percent.Glass company executives say their health care costs have ballooned more than 30 percent in...
  • April Glass Magazine
                         Click here for Decorative Glass Slide Show.          Glass jewel box legend 1. Carolina Glass & Mirror, Inc. Cast glass made with a popcorn pattern, formed in a kiln using ceramic fiber molds. 2. Ultraglas. ArchiTexture Custom Deco Dolphin piece was produced in Aqua glass. 3. GlassKote....
  • Field among the fastest growing in the industry
    It’s easy to see why people are drawn to decorative glass installations. Kiln-cast glass refracts light and reflects color. It changes with ambient light levels, surrounding colors and movement. Installing decorative glass is like putting architectural scale jewels into your projects. This glass is both durable and gorgeous. Long after resin, flooring, wall...
  • Decorating large format glass
    For many sound reasons, architects today are rapidly changing the way buildings look by incorporating glass as a distinctive or important feature of their design. This modernistic approach is an ideal construction solution in terms of cost reduction, energy conservation, and meeting environmental concerns. Aesthetic appeal no longer stops at the exterior but has also found its way into interiors...
  • April Glass Magazine
    Leon Silverstein President and chief executive officer Arch Aluminum & Glass Co. Tamarac, Fla.   Education: 1982, Bachelor of Science in communications, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.  Career: 1998-present, present and chief executive officer, Arch Aluminum & Glass Co., Tamarac, Fla.; 1995-98, president and chief operating officer, Arch Aluminum & Glass; 1990-95,...
  • Managing director and executive vice president of sales and marketing, Traco
     Education: 2001, executive master of business administration, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.; 1987-91, studied applied history and industrial management at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.   Career: 2004-present, managing director and executive vice president of sales and marketing, Traco, Cranberry Township, Pa.; 2001-04, vice...
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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...
  • A look at the leading manufacturers and fabricators of metal products, broken down by sales volume, number of locations and product offering. 
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    In an effort to spotlight the people who make the Glass Magazine Award-winning products and projects possible, this year’s program included people-centric categories, for which the industry submitted their picks for best installer, production supervisor, project manager and sales rep.After narrowing down the nominations to three finalists in each category, the Glass Magazine editors asked the...