June 15, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 24
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  • New products debut at AIA Expo2010 
    See photo galleries from the trade show floor, where a variety of new glass and glazing products were introduced as part of the AIA 2010 National Convention and Design Exposition.

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  • It’s time to get on the BIM train
    By Katy Devlin
    My first introduction to Building Information Modeling was way back in 2006 at the first annual Glazing Executives Forum during GlassBuild America.
  • Weighing opportunities
    By David Walker
    Our industry is about to encounter a few obvious, and some less-than-obvious, opportunities that are just now peeking over the horizon.
  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    AIA was last week and the reaction was that it was a solid show but not spectacular.
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Product spotlight

Steel framing systems

During the AIA 2010 National Convention and Design Exposition, June 10-12, in Miami, Kawneer Co., Norcross, Ga., featured new products, including Steel Framing Systems from Forster and the AA3350 Isoport Window. ... read more

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Horizontal channel glass on new affordable housing complex in Brooklyn

The Schermerhorn, a permanent affordable housing residence in downtown Brooklyn, N.Y., features an innovative horizontal channel glass façade. According to Bendheim Wall Systems officials, the Schermerhorn is the largest horizontal channel glass project in the United States, and the first to require a vertical center mullion. 

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