December 1, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 48
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Arch files for bankruptcy. What’s next?
One of the big names in aluminum storefront and glass fabrication tripped last week: Arch Aluminum and Glass Co. filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Nov. 25, with the Southern District of Florida U.S. Bankruptcy Court. ... read more
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Dual action window
Traco, Cranberry Township, Pa., added the NX-3700 Dual Action Tilt Turn window series to the recently launched NX Architectural line of products that yield energy efficiency values not previously available with aluminum windows and doors, according to a company release. ... read more
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Terry Thomas earns LEED Gold with natural ventilation, daylighting 

The 64,600-square-foot Terry Thomas building achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification for its shell and core.

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