Latest News in Fabrication Glass

  • The Glass Association of North America, Topeka, Kan., elected Tracy Rogers, technical director, Edgetech IG, Cambridge, Ohio, as chair of its Insulating Division, according to a Jan. 28 GANA release. The division comprises insulating glass unit manufacturers and suppliers.Rogers brings more than two decades of experience and knowledge of the fenestration industry to the position. While...
  • Chemical maker DuPont Co. reported a $629 million loss for the fourth-quarter Tuesday due to lower sales and a hefty restructuring charge, and cut its earnings forecast for 2009.The Wilmington-based company said its loss for the quarter amounted to 70 cents per share, compared with a profit of $545 million, or 60 cents per share, a year ago. Excluding a charge of $380 million, or 42 cents per...
  • PPG Industries Inc. [Pittsburgh] may cut as many as 4,500 employees later this year due to the worldwide economic downturn, particularly weak global demand from automakers and home builders, CEO Charles E. Bunch told Bloomberg News today.PPG announced last September that it would eliminate about 1,000 jobs under a restructuring plan, and now is considering boosting the cuts to about 4,500...
  • The new Sealant Manual 2008 of the Glass Association of North America, Topeka, Kan., is now available for sale, according to a Jan. 27 GANA release. The manual, an update to 1990’s Flat Glass Marketing Association Sealant Manual, represents dramatic changes in glass sealant technologies over the past 18 years. A committee comprising industry experts and chaired by Ellen Zerucha of...
  • AGC Flat Glass North America is halting production at its West Virginia glass factory, idling 180 of the plant’s 240 employees indefinitely due to slow business conditions.Meanwhile, AGC’s top official says he’s hopeful about the future of the company’s Kingsport [Tenn.] and Church Hill [Tenn.] operations.Contacted at corporate headquarters in Alpharetta, Ga., AGC Chief...
  • Recently Mansilla + Tunon Architects broke ground on a stunning new project that will introduce an iconic green superstructure to Madrid’s skyline. The International Convention Center features a unique cylindrical building facade lined with solar panels and concave curves that suffuse its interiors with daylight. The plan will also introduce 80,000 square meters of green space to the city...
  • The number of commercial solar PV power systems in California continues to increase, with the recent activation of several new installations throughout the state. The latest arrays account for more than 3 MW of capacity and will produce hundreds of thousands of kilowatt-hours of clean energy.The largest of the new installations can be found in Fresno, where SunPower teamed with Grundfos Pumps on...
  • The Chinese Academy of Sciences has launched an initiative to boost the development of solar energy technology, in a bid to turn it into a major energy source in China by 2050.A CAS official said that the academy had organized academicians and experts to make an action plan and will set up a platform to support scientific innovations involving solar energy.The plan will be carried out in three...
  • Oldcastle Glass will shut down its distribution office at 5010 Mesker St. [Schofield] today, according to a statement released by the company, according to a Jan. 23 report in the Wausau Daily Herald.The closing does not affect the manufacturing office at 5103 Janice Ave. in Weston, which will stay open. It’s unknown at this time how many employees will be affected.Oldcastle Glass also...
  • The U.S. Green Building Council’s most recent update to the family of LEED ratingsystems, LEED 2009 will be available for use by the public beginning in March of2009. Currently, LEED 2009 will include revisions to rating systems aimed atcommercial buildings only (including NC, CI, CS, EBOM and Schools), withrevisions to additional rating systems to follow.
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  • The National Glass Association \ Window & Door Dealers Alliance is pleased to announce the election of Bryan Bush to the office of chairman of the board. Bush, of City Glass Co., Omaha, Neb., has served on the board since 2010. Bush took the office of chairman on Sept. 11, 2014, during GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Las Vegas. He will serve a one-year term.“Our...
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