Latest News in Retail Glass

  • CRL-U.S. Aluminum received Florida Product Approval by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation for the Monterey S55 and S80 Bi-Folding Doors, and Series D900 Impact-Resistant Terrace Door. This signifies full compliance with Florida Building Codes and will make it easier for glaziers and design professionals to select the appropriate systems for their jobs, company...
  • Pulp Studio Inc.'s sister company, Vitracor Inc., doing business as California Glass Bending, merged into the operations of Pulp Studio. It will now operate as a division of Pulp Studio. All three, now under the Pulp Studio umbrella, will be located in a new 150,000-square-foot facility at 2100 W. 139th St. in Gardena, California. The merger and move are targeted for completion at ...
  • View published an Environmental Product Declaration for View Dynamic Glass, verified by UL Environment. The EPD certification, combined with View's Health Product Declaration and Declare label, provides architects, building owners, developers and other specifiers with independent, third-party verification of environmental performance benefits for View Dynamic Glass."Today, leading...
  • DormaKaba plans to acquire certain mechanical security businesses from Stanley Black & Decker for a total consideration of $725 million in cash. The transaction encompasses Stanley Commercial Hardware spanning mainly across North America and including a production facility in Taiwan; as well as GMT in China. Sargent and Greenleaf, a safe lock provider that also forms part of Stanley Black...
  • The North American Contractor Certification Program for Architectural Glass and Metal Contractors released the 2017 Program Procedural Guide, with updates to certain certification requirements. The intent is to streamline the resource. The guide is available for download here.The NACC Program was established in 2015 to create an industry benchmark for Architectural Glass and Metal Contractors. So...
  • IHS Markit and the Procurement Executives Group reported construction costs rose for the second straight month in December, as the Construction Cost Index registered 53.3, up from 50.7 in November, continuing the recovery after a 22-month slump in prices. Strength was evident in both labor and material markets, according to the report."Notwithstanding the stronger readings of the past two months...
  • Technoform Glass Insulation, a member of Technoform Group, welcomed Helen Sanders, Ph.D., to its North American market team. Sanders will help develop strategic markets and relationships, and industry-leading fenestration products, while guiding and supporting the company's continued focus on energy performance and sustainability, according to a company release."TGI has an amazing story to tell...
  • Technoform Glass Insulation, a member of Technoform Group, welcomed Helen Sanders, Ph.D., to its North American market team. Sanders will help develop strategic markets and relationships, and industry-leading fenestration products, while guiding and supporting the company's continued focus on energy performance and sustainability, according to a company release."TGI has an amazing story to tell...
  • After a slight increase in October, which followed two consecutive months of decreases, the Architectural Billings Index posted modest gains in design services in November. The American Institute of Architects reported the November ABI score was 50.6, essentially unchanged from the mark of 50.8 in the previous month. The new projects inquiry index was 59.5, up from a reading of 55.4 the previous...
  • Vitro S.A.B. de C.V. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Pittsburgh Glass Works LLC automotive original equipment manufacturer glass business from LKQ Corp. for approximately $310 million, according to a Dec. 19 company announcement. In the deal, Vitro will acquire seven manufacturing plants, two satellite facilities and two float glass furnaces in the United States, one...
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  • Task force seeks to work more collaboratively and explore combining the two organizations.The National Glass Association and the Glass Association of North America have together appointed a joint task force to optimize service to members of both organizations, and to coordinate advocacy and technical support, along with education and training initiatives for the glass and glazing industry. This...
  • Apogee Enterprises Inc. acquired the assets of privately held Sotawall Inc., a leading designer and fabricator of high-performance, unitized curtain wall systems for commercial construction projects in North America, for approximately $135 million. It will operate as Sotawall Ltd. within Apogee, which provides distinctive value-added glass solutions for the architectural and picture framing...
  • 2016’s top industry news headlines reveal a North American glass market that is in a period of change led by consolidation, investment and expansion. The year saw the sale of several prominent, long-standing glass companies at both the float and fabricator level. Numerous companies announced major investments and expansions to meet demand, including demand for more value-added products, such as...