Latest News in Commercial Glass

  • The much-discussed issue of anti-terrorism and blast-mitigation glazing systems was the topic of presentation for Douglas Penn, director of management, YKK AP, Austell, Ga., at Architects of a Better Mind...
  • Greg Abel, chairman for Advocates for Safe Glass of Eugene, Ore., said that a North Carolina college student’s untimely death last February could have been prevented if impact-resistant glass had been specified for a window in his dorm...
  • While the U.S. economy will grow through 2008, glass company managers need to prepare for a downturn in 2009 and 2010, according to Jeff Dietrich, senior analyst for the Institute for Trend Research...
  • The doors of the Las Vegas Convention Center will open today for GlassBuild America: the Glass, Window & Door Expo, running through Thursday...
  • New legislation on greenhouse gas emissions in California will force glass manufacturers to find ways of limiting emissions in an energy-intensive industry while remaining competitive in the global market...
  • Articles in several top newspapers nationwide address the state of architecture five years after the Sept. 11 attacks and the reconstruction of Ground Zero…
  • GlassBuild America, the Glass, Window & Door Expo at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Sept. 19-21, will buzz with energy as attendees and exhibitors from across the world gather to teach, learn and show their wares in the architectural glass and residential fenestration industries...

  • As owners require architects to stick to tight budgets despite rising material prices, architects rely on contract glaziers to come up with economical solutions for glass and glazing that don’t compromise their original design visions...
  • The latest version of the Federal Reserve Bank’s Beige Book, released Sept. 6, reported strong commercial development and construction in most of the 12 geographic districts nationwide...
  • Glaziers still call Sin City a good bet

    In 2004, developers flooded Las Vegas with plans to build about 90,000 luxury high-rise condominium units. But more than half may never be built due to high construction costs, rising interest rates and a labor shortage...

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  • Dodge Data & Analytics released its 2020 Dodge Construction Outlook, predicting total U.S. construction starts will slip to $776 billion in 2020, a decline of 4 percent from the 2019 estimated level of activity. The 2020 Dodge Construction Outlook was presented at the 81st annual Outlook Executive Conference held by Dodge Data & Analytics at the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel. “...
  •   Hunter  ThibaultThe memberships of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association and the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance voted to proceed with combining into one organization with a new name, Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance. The formal ballots of the AAMA and IGMA memberships were released on July 2, along with the full...
  • Salem Distributing Co., headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has announced its acquisition of HHH Tempering Resources Inc., a glass industry technical team and fabrication machinery provider. Effective immediately, HHH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Salem.With this move, Salem substantially increases its foothold in the flat glass industry it serves as Salem Flat Glass & Mirror,...