April 13, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 15
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—By Max Perilstein
The top story this week is the code battle that will affect your business. If you have not heard about what is going on with ASHRAE and the move (among others) to cut down the square footage that glass could have in a building, you need to start learning about it ASAP. ... read more 

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Curtain-side glass carrier

MyGlassTruck.com, Glassboro, N.J., released a heavy-duty 24-foot aluminum curtain-side glass carrier truck body that protects glass from weather and highway debris and provides open access for loading small to very large pieces of glass. ... read more

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Glass design spans floors at Houston YMCA

The Tellepsen Family YMCA, Houston, a design-build project, partnered the architect, general contractor, glazier, glazing system manufacturer and glass fabricator. The building features YMCA lettering across the face of the curtain wall, spanning three floors. In addition, the design required a combination of vision glass, graphic dot patterned glass and spandrel glass. 

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this GreatGlazing

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