Latest News in Commercial Glass

  • Photo of hurricane simulator in actionAs part of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association’s national fall conference this week in Orlando, members got a close look at the University of Florida’s hurricane simulation equipment...
  • Officials from construction equipment maker Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, Ill., forecasted Oct. 19 that the U.S. economy was near to, or even in, a recession, as reported in a same-day article from the Financial Times ...

  • glassblog joins in the Environmental Blog Action Day.

    Twenty teams led by college and university students designed, engineered and built structures that balance energy efficiency and aesthetics. The homes, on display at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Oct. 12-20, maximize solar power by taking advantage of glass products that provide ample natural light while reducing heat gain ...
  • So far this year, four states have passed retainage limitation policies that will help subcontractors receive full payment on projects. Officials from the American Subcontractors Association in Alexandria, Va., say the push for reform could lead to legislation in more states...
  • The first Solar Glass Conference, organized by Artech Publishing S.r.l., Milan, and Vitrum, took place at the Congress Center, Fiera Milano, on the third day of the Vitrum show. Four main topics were on the agenda: Glass science and market aimed at the production of photovoltaic modules and solar thermal panels ...
  • The 15th Vitrum International trade fair saw the biggest turnout Oct. 6, the show press office in Milan reported: of the 6,136 visitors, 3,288 were Italian and 2,848 from outside Italy. Some exhibitors said they had their best show ever, while others reported slow traffic...
  • Energy efficient and impact resistance seemed to become the mantra for many of the near 30 presenters during the Engineered Transparence: Glass in Architecture and Structural Engineering conference ...
  • The Engineered Transparency conference, Sept. 26-28 at Columbia University in New York, provided a rare opportunity for members of the glass industry to discuss innovations and trends in glass with architects, engineers and consultants...
  • After falling 11 percent in July, new construction starts partially rebounded in August, increasing 6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $624.3 billion, according to a Sept. 27 release from McGraw-Hill Construction in New York. Starts for the first eight months of the 2007 reached $424.9 billion on an unadjusted basis, down 11 percent from the same period last year...
  • Tips to identify ordering scams
    In August, Alpine Glass and Mirror in Avon, Colo., was targeted in an ordering scam that could have cost the company upward of $3,500 if employees hadn’t caught it in time ...
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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...