Latest News in Fabrication Glass

  • Most of the glass lites for One World Trade Center have been made and are still being shipped to the site, Viracon officials told kimittv.com, in a recent article. Said Don McCann, director of International Sales for Viracon, "I've been out to the site a number of different times and you could actually see the construction going on. And to see things coming out of that disaster situation...
  • Hartung Glass Industries officials announced the company has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Personal Touch Glass, a Lodi, Calif., subsidiary of Glasswerks L.A. Inc. A northern California fabricator, Personal Touch Glass specializes in residential and commercial insulating glass units. It will operate as part of Hartung Glass Industries effective immediately, according to a Sept. 11...
  • RavenBrick officials announced Aug. 31 that the company has signed a letter of intent with Saridea Engineering to build a high speed automated production line for its RavenWindow technology. When complete, the line will produce 5 million square feet of product annually. The facility will be complete mid-2012, and RavenBrick plans to ramp up hiring to 200-plus employees, up from 12, by 2015."...
  • The retrofit of the 5th Ave. Apple Store in New York City is well underway, with the glass cube being rebuilt with 15 large glass lites rather than the 90 that were originally in place. A TUAW reader, Justin Parmer, was on hand as construction crews began unloading the huge glass panels, according to a Sept. 1 TUAW report. Watch the video, courtesy of TUAW below. 
  • Quanex Building Products Corp. released fiscal 2011 third quarter results for the period ending July 31, 2011. Net sales were $252.4 million, 12 percent higher than a year ago, due primarily to the acquisition of Edgetech, according to an Aug. 25 MarketWatch release.The company's Engineered Products Group--focused on providing window and door OEMs with fenestration components, products, and...
  • John Frey, an industry veteran with 47 years of experience solving storefront and curtain wall design challenges, will continue on in the industry as chief design engineer for U.S. Aluminum, a division of C.R. Laurence, according to an Aug. 24 release."We are delighted to have John on board with his top-notch design capabilities and deep experience. Prior to joining USAL earlier this year, John...
  • Architectural Testing announced it will open a new laboratory in Winnipeg, Manitoba,  Sept. 1. The facility will mark the twelfth ATI North American laboratory and the company’s first located outside the United States, according to a company release.All testing facilities, personnel and methodologies are fully accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 by the ICC’s International Accreditation Service...
  • The Architecture Billings Index fell by more than a point in July, posting a score of 45.1 compared to 46.3 the previous month: the steepest decline in billings since February 2010, according to an Aug. 17 release from the American Institute of Architects. The score reflects a continued decrease in demand for design services; any score above 50 indicates an increase in billings."Business...
  • Optimistic about the business potential of low-E glass, Taiwan Glass Ind. Corp., a large glass manufacturer in Taiwan, has invested $360 million in setting up 10 more production lines for the product, aiming to boost its annual output of 489,000 metric tons in 2013, according to an Aug. 16 CENS.com report.
  • Bekaert and Saint-Gobain signed an agreement Aug. 10 regarding the sale of Bekaert's Specialty Films business to Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp., an Ohio-based corporation of the Saint-Gobain group. The transaction covers the production facilities in San Diego; Zulte, Belgium;  and Suzhou, China; the operations under development in China; and all sales and service centers...
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