May 25, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 21
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High Performance Building Caucus hosts briefing on Building Star

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From Glass Magazineģ
  • Viewpoint: James Bogdan
    PPG exec discusses LEED recycling and life cycle assessment criteria.
  • Guide to estimating software
    Compiled and researched by the editors of Glass Magazine, this chart reviews the capabilities, requirements and costs of a variety of estimating

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  • The mental game
    By Bill Evans
    You’ve probably heard that “a 1000-mile journey begins with a single step.” This is true. Just as true is the fact that “the journey continues with a single step.” In previous blogs I stated that I am training to run 56 miles on my 56th birthday.
  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    For the most part very few people pick on the USGBC and the LEED program, but last week in a powerful Op-Ed in the New York Times, they were taken to task.
Product spotlight

Triple-pane retrofit

Edgetech I.G., Cambridge, Ohio, will feature the new Renovate technology with Super Spacer TriSeal from JE Berkowitz, Pedricktown, N.J., at the American Institute of Architects exhibition, June 10-12, in Miami. ... read more

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GlassBuild America products

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Glazed ellipse highlights Pensacola cancer center

The 95,430-square-foot, four-story Cancer Center of Sacred Heart Hospital, Pensacola, Fla., features a complex aluminum, glass and concrete ellipse that challenged glass and glazing companies. The egg-shaped structure is elevated so cars can pass underneath it, and features about 50,000 pounds of glass. 

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

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