May 4, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 18
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  • Founder of Westshore Glass dies
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      • Avoid delays on recovery-funded projects
        By Stewart Jeske
        The glass and glazing industry is starting to see the trickle-down of government recovery money, but it is not without a price.
      • From the fabricator
        By Max Perilstein
        Obviously, the biggest story of last week was the departure of Leon Silverstein from Arch Aluminum.
      Product spotlight

      Radiation-shielding lead glass

      Technical Glass Products, Snoqualmie, Wash., is distributing LX Premium, a radiation-shielding lead glass that offers protection against radiation while resisting staining and discoloration from moisture, common in conventional lead-glass products. ... read more

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      Custom skylight provides daylight, performance at Research Triangle Park headquarters

      The Research Triangle Park Headquarters, Research Triangle Park, N.C., earned Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program, thanks in part to a prominent custom skylight. The majority of LEED points for the 17,000-square-foot building were awarded in the Indoor Environmental Quality category. 

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