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  • The basics:  Completed in August 2016, the Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones de Segovia, Spain, is the city’s new convention center, housing an 800-seat auditorium. Once a royal hunting palace during the 17th and 18th centuries, the convention center now features an architectural glass façade combined with the original materials of stone and slate. The new façade incorporates more than 500...
  • The basics:  Owned by the government of Korea, the new 12,100-square-foot Land Development Exhibit Building in Seoul exemplifies the forward-thinking building performance encouraged by the country. Design goals for the government, which will interact with developing countries doing business in Korea, included showing sustainable practices and incorporating energy-efficient products into...
  • The basics: The Westfield Terminal 2 project at Los Angeles Airport is a $300 million renovation featuring a new design that "reflects the energy of LA's on-the-go culture," according to designers. A major challenge was completing renovations on schedule with the terminal open and operational during construction. Airport security also complicated the project, and locations for work constantly...
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    GlassBuild America 2016: Growing Toward the FutureNews from the show floorGlassBuild America 2016 in PhotosNGA\WDDA Names Board Leaders for 2016-2017Best in Show Awards Presented at GlassBuild America 2016IGMA Hosts Preventing Insulating Glass Failures Seminar in Las VegasVideo: See live product demonstrations from the GlassBuild show floorVacuum Technology from Schmalz at GlassBuildGuardian...
  • Workplace policies dictate corporate life. Companies’ legal claims and defense often succeed or fail on the question of whether a workplace policy exists, be that policy positive or negative, written or unwritten. What is a corporate policy? In short, a corporate policy is a practice followed by a company. And, because companies can only act through their employees, policies are most often...
  • Within most organized functions involving people, there are rules that define a code of conduct. Rules exist for games, organizations and communities. Rules are necessary. But in order for them to provide value, the intent must be clear, it must be carefully set, and the rules must be managed and enforced. Establishing rules in business Within business, it is often preferred to have as few rules...
  • Bigger glass, fewer workers, higher expectations demand new tools for glaziers
    Glaziers from Architectural Glass and Aluminum use the WPI-EXT from Ergo Robotic Solutions to install glass at a corporate headquarter building. Business is booming for contract glaziers. The construction industry is strong, marking robust growth in most segments throughout 2016. And architects are demanding more glass, including heavier, larger and more custom pieces. The increase in jobs...
  • TOTAL REGISTRANTS: 8,726 The glass industry dates back centuries, with many companies touting generations of history. However, the industry on display at the 2016 GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo had its sights firmly set on the future. Taking center stage in Las Vegas, Oct. 19-21, was an industry that is ambitious, innovative and optimistic; one that is expanding, investing...
  • Companies from all parts of the glass and glazing industry have implemented innovative, out-of-the-box ideas to improve business from the ground up. Here’s an Idea… showcases these sometimes small behind-the-scenes ideas that can make a big impact on a company’s bottom line. If you have an idea that you would like to share, contact Bethany Stough, bstough@glass.org. Glass Magazine spoke with...
  • The basics:  The 101,500-square-foot Bill and Melinda Gates Hall, home to Cornell University’s Computing Science and Information Science departments, was primarily shaped by a constricted lot as well as the desire to add drama and character to this area of the campus. While the high-performance façade is a focal point of Gates Hall with its unitized glass curtain wall system and perforated...
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