April 8, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 14
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News to know

Fabricators, glaziers work overtime in Atlanta
Glass fabricators and glazing contractors are working overtime to get buildings closed up fast in Atlanta after a March 14 tornado ravaged the city ... read more

New technologies at Fensterbau
With nearly all the halls of the NürnbergMesse filled with exhibitors and crowded aisles and stands throughout, fensterbau/frontale enjoyed another record year, April 2-5. ... read more

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Easy, free ways to attract customers online


Glassblogger Lorin Hancock explains how companies can maximize their Internet presence through the ever-growing social networks MySpace and Facebook, and blogs ... read more

Product spotlight

Windows for limited mobility
Wausau, Wis.-based Kolbe and Kolbe Millwork Co. developed wood-framed windows and doors with design options for people with limited mobility living in multifamily and single-family
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Understanding workers comp policy


Usually a workers comp policy has two parts: "Part One, Workers Compensation" and "Part Two, Employers’ Liability" ... read more

Financials

Diamond Glass files bankruptcy
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware approved a $41 million debtor-in-possession loan April 2 for Diamond Glass, Kingston, Pa., an auto glass repair and replacement service provider that filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy April 1 ... read more

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Project news:

Hospital in Arlington gets new bed tower
“One of the interesting challenges was that we had to tie this wing onto an existing, operating hospital. We had to work with the administrative folks to make sure we would not disturb their day to day chores.” - David Griffin, vice president of project management, DGB Glass Inc., Fort Worth, Texas

The basics: The health care expansion in Texas continued with the addition of a new bed tower at the Arlington Memorial Hospital. The new wing was built on the back of the existing hospital and was completed in November of 2007. A sloped skylight attaches the new building to the old structure.
The players: Architect, HKS Inc., Dallas; general contractor, Balfour Beatty, London; glazing contractor, DGB Glass Inc., Forth Worth; glass fabricator, Arch Aluminum & Glass Co., Tamarac, Fla.; wall system, Kawneer Co., Norcross, Ga.
The glass and systems: The building features about 43,000 square feet of glass and panels. Kawneer products used on the project include the 1600 Wall System 2, 2250 Inside Glazed and 1600 Sloped Glazing. The glass was 1-inch solar bronze with Ti AC-36 low-E coating. The 4-millimeter composite panels were supplied by Reynobond, Eastman, Ga. The louvers came from Ruskin, Kansas City, Mo.

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