Latest News in Commercial Glass

  • Danube Building Materials, a leader in the construction, building materials and shop fitting industry, has announced its plans to invest AED 50 million towards aluminum and glass manufacturing by 2009. The move is in line with the extensive growth witnessed in the aluminium market, with recent studies predicting that aluminum production in the UAE will cross 2.5 million metric tons by 2010. In...
  • Losses made by Tamglass Glass Processing, part of Glaston Corp.'s heat treatment business area, have significantly burdened the first quarter financial results for the corporation and Tamglass glass processing has continued to operate in the red. In addition, global economic uncertainty is being reflected in the group's major, comprehensive, one-stop-partner deliveries in particular,...
  • If you look at glass in old windows, it can look distorted, apparently because the lower part of the pane is thicker than the upper part.Some people think that's because the glass, which behaves like a liquid at times, has sagged over time due to the effect of gravity, according to a July 15 Live Science report.
  • Harmon Glass leased the 27,000-square-foot industrial building at 2810 S. Raritan St. in Englewood, CO. Occupancy is set for August 1, according to a July 15 CoStar Group brief.
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  • About 200 state and city officials, industry and civic leaders watched as some Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors cut the ribbon Thursday on the longer of two new "crystal bridges," which expand Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport's capacity to board and receive passengers, according to the Killeen Daily Herald.
  • The Sustainable Buildings Industry Council, Washington, D.C., is accepting applications from both the public and private sector for the 2008 Beyond Green High-Performance Building Awards. The application deadline for the 2008 Awards program is Oct. 15, 2008. An independent, impartial jury of industry leaders will select the winning entries.
  • The credit crunch, the high cost of energy and falling confidence are set to affect all the private sectors Housing is going to be the worst hit with housing transactions down by 33 percent and private and public sector housing starts only reaching 162,000, according to a July 8 Building talk report.
  • The value of nonresidential building construction starts dropped 5.0 percent year-to-date through June compared to the first half of last year, Reed Construction Data reported on Thursday, based on its own data collection. However, square footage slumped 13 percent. Much of the difference was attributable to soaring materials costs, which Reed estimated were up 18 percent in the first five months...
  • Emirates Glass LLC (EGL), one of the leading processors of architectural flat glass in the Middle East and a subsidiary of Glass LLC, wholly owned by Dubai Investments (DI), today announced that work on its new aed 175 million, state-of-the-art plant and headquarters, which will also house lumiglass industries, has begun at the Dubai Investments Park.
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  • AGC Glass Company North America, a leading manufacturer of glass and glass-related products, announced Dec. 30 the sale of the assets of its U.S. Commercial Fabrication business unit to Trulite Glass Solutions LLC.AGC holds a leading position in primary products, and will continue to focus on the core strength of the business in manufacturing glass and innovating new coating technologies. In...
  • Officials from Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions LLC today announced the company has acquired the U.S. commercial fabrication assets of AGC Glass Company North America Inc. AGC’s residential assets are not part of the acquisition and will be retained by AGC. Financial terms of the private transaction were not disclosed. “This acquisition will allow Trulite to continue to better serve...
  • Officials from Saint-Gobain announced it acquired a controlling interest in Sika for $2.8 billion. Saint-Gobain purchased the controlling share—16.1 percent of Sika’s capital and 52.4 percent of its voting rights— in a confidential auction process from the Burkard-Schenker family, which owns the majority stake in Sika, according to a Dec. 8 Reuters report.“Given the proximity of Sika’s activities...