Latest News in Commercial Glass

  • Southern Aluminum Finishing Co. will mark its 70th anniversary this fall. At its founding in 1946, SAF was one of only two anodizing lines in the country. Founder Marvin McClatchey was a chemical engineer and pioneer in anodizing for architectural applications. Still in the family, SAF is currently led by second generation brothers and Co-CEOs, Penn McClatchey and Jim McClatchey....
  • Quality Metalcrafts LLC/Americlad acquired a second site in Rogers, Minnesota, providing the company a total of over 130,000 square feet of manufacturing space in Rogers. The office portion of the new facility is currently under renovation and will serve as the company’s headquarters beginning in early 2015.“This expansion is necessary so that we can continue to efficiently support our customer...
  • The Firestone Metal Products facility in Anoka, Minn., received the Meritorious Achievement Award in Occupational Safety by the Minnesota Safety Council, a Governor’s Safety Award for superior performance in workplace safety and health, according to an Oct. 10 Firestone release. Meritorious Achievement is awarded based on incident rates that are better than the industry average for at least three...
  • International Aluminum Corp., the closely held Monterey Park, Calif., producer of windows, doors, frames and related products for residential and commercial applications, said late on Monday [Jan. 4] that it filed to reorganize under Chapter 11 of U.S. bankruptcy law. The "unprecedented downturn in both residential and commercial construction sectors" has caused "a severe decline...
  • The Hot Springs Intermediate School, located in Hot Springs, Ark., may appear to be an everyday, two-story school. But in taking a closer look at the aluminum, glass and brick building it is apparent that there is much more to the building than meets the eye.Sustainability was a key factor in creating the new school. It was important that the Intermediate School incorporate solutions that help...
  • Eddie Bugg, director, Sustainable Solutions for Kawneer and Alcoa Building and Construction Systems, will discuss aluminum’s role in sustainable building design at Metalcon International 2009, Oct. 6-8, in Tampa, according to an Oct. 1 Alcoa release. Bugg will talk about “Aluminum and Sustainable Building Design” at 3 p.m. Oct. 6. His presentation is sponsored by the U.S....
  • Southern Aluminum Finishing Co., Atlanta, will offer aluminum extrusions, sheet and services for designers, installers and manufacturers of renewable energy equipment and support structures, according to an Aug. 4 company release. According to a REN21 Renewables Global Status Report released this spring, most sectors of the renewable energy market have increased by double digits despite a...
  • Today Sapa, Sweden, completed its purchase of U.S. aluminum extrusion company, Indalex, in accordance with the terms of the asset purchase agreement entered into between them on June 16, 2009, according to a July 31 release.As a part of the purchase, Sapa acquired Indalex’s 11 active plants, six in the U.S. and five in Canada, with two cast houses and 29 presses and a total...
  • Alcoa Inc., the largest U.S. aluminum producer, may report its third consecutive quarterly loss today as lower demand from automakers and the construction industry keeps the metal at about half of last year’s prices.Alcoa, the first company in the Dow Jones Industrial Average to announce results for the three months through June, is expected to report a loss excluding some items of 38 cents...
  • Sapa, Sweden, entered into an asset purchase agreement with U.S. aluminum extrusion company Chicago-based Indalex for the possible purchase of substantially all of Indalex’s assets in the U.S. and Canada, according to a June 17 release.Under the agreement, Sapa would acquire Indalex’s 10 active plants, six in the U.S. and four in Canada, with 29 presses and a total capacity...
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  • Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, part of CRH’s Building Products Division, completed the divestment of Toronto-based Antamex International, OBE's fenestration subcontracting business, to New York City-based private investment company O3 Industries. “We are continuously evaluating our portfolio to align with our vision of being the leading supplier of glazing-focused interior and exterior products and...
  • The National Glass Association named Paul Bush as the volunteer leader of the NGA Advocacy Committee. Bush, director, quality and technical services, Vitro Architectural Glass, also serves as chair on the National Fenestration Rating Council board of directors, and as first vice president of the Glass Materials Council at the American Architectural Manufacturers Association.    “Paul is...
  • The National Glass Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Haring as vice president of business development. Haring will be responsible for identifying and executing new opportunities to further the association’s mission. He will work closely with staff in the areas of the education, publications, events, membership and advocacy to develop strategic initiatives to grow...