Latest News in Commercial Glass


  • NFRC Meeting Survival Guide: Don’t leave home without it.

    Manufacturers and several test laboratory representatives butted heads over the use of default values in the nonresidential rating program under development by the National Fenestration Rating Council of Greenbelt, Md...
  • More show news

    More than 22,000 green building professionals from across the United States attended Greenbuild this past week in Chicago, an increase in attendance of 10,000 compared to last year in Denver, according to officials from the U.S. Green Building Council, the show’s sponsor...

  • Q&A with Thom Zarema
    The newly formed Advanced Building Coalition had its inaugural meeting Oct. 24 in Chicago, bringing manufacturers and other industry players together to discuss building codes for energy savings that best serve all parties while providing the most beneficial whole-building savings ...
  • Software tool completed for non-residential rating program
    The fall meeting for the National Fenestration Rating Council of Greenbelt, Md., got underway Nov. 5 in Tempe, Ariz., with an appeal for more simplicity and cost-effectiveness in the nonresidential fenestration rating program, the Component Modeling Approach ...
  • Nonresidential construction experienced continued robust growth in September, climbing 1.8 percent compared to August and 16.7 percent year-over-year, according to an Oct. 31 report from the Census Bureau.
    The strong nonresidential sector offset a continued decline in residential construction ...
  • Glass companies to benefit from uniformity of code bill
    As wildfires raged throughout California last week, one of the state’s representatives presented legislation to Congress that would lead to tougher and more uniform building codes across the country if passed and adopted ...
  • Malibu Glass destroyed in blaze

    Many southern California glass companies are working overtime on emergency replacements as the region begins to recover from the 23 wildfires that engulfed 500,000 acres from Santa Barbara to the Mexican border. The blazes forced many shops to close for several days last week ...
  • Green building, institutional to grow
    The U.S. construction market is expected to drop 2 percent in 2008, following a projected 8 percent decrease in 2007, according to the 2008 Construction Outlook from McGraw-Hill Construction ...
  • Susan Marvin, president of Marvin Windows and Doors in Warroad, Minn., advised company executives on ways to ensure survival and even growth of a company in difficult market times ...
  • Glass companies today face labor shortages, toughened codes and standards, and ever-increasing demands from architects and building owners. The only way for companies to survive, let alone prosper, is through training and education, speakers said during the Midwest Glass Conference Oct. 19 in Shakopee, Minn...
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  • Cardinal LG Co., a subsidiary of Cardinal Glass Industries, has acquired Northeast Laminated Glass Corp., based in Jessup, Pa. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Cardinal LG will continue serving customers’ product needs from the Jessup facility. “Founders Tom Zaccone and Larry Tumminia, and the employees of Northeast Laminated, have done an excellent job building this business and...
  • The largest glass, window and door show in the Americas is offering industry suppliers two new, multi-layered promotion programs for exposure before, during and after GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Las Vegas, Sept. 10-12, 2014. The sponsorships key off new, interactive glassTalks™―part of the inaugural Express Learning sessions on the show floor.“Express Learning is the...
  • John Swanson, editor and associate publisher of Window & Door, passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2014, in Manhattan. He was 52 years old.John started his publishing career at Ashlee Publishing in New York City in 1984. He was founding editor of fenestration, launched in 1987, the first North American magazine specifically targeting the residential window and door market. There he...