August 31, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 35
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  • The new Arch Aluminum
    Jeff Leone, the new CEO of Arch Aluminum and Glass LLC, Tamarac, Fla., discusses how the company has changed since emerging from bankruptcy, and the top agenda items for management.
  • Perilstein joins Vitro America
    Fresh off his appointment as chief marketing officer for Vitro America, Memphis, Max Perilstein discusses the move and his plans for the future.

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  • How many customers are in the dark?
    By Jenni Chase
    When the house that I've had my eye on went up for sale, I was among the first in line to take a peek. Upon closer inspection, it revealed itself to be an energy nightmare.
  • From the fabricator: The green hype
    By Max Perilstein
    One of my favorite reads each week is from e-glass weekly's sister publication WDweekly. This past week, John Swanson had an interesting piece on whether the marketing boom of being "green" had run its course.
Product spotlight

Channel glass

Bendheim Wall Systems Inc., Passaic, N.J., will show Lamberts channel glass. The glass contains 40 percent post-consumer recycled content and is used to create sweeping walls of glass with little need for intermediate framing members. ... read more

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GreatGlazing: Spotlight on Las Vegas

In anticipation of GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, Sept. 14-16, in Las Vegas, e-glass weekly presents a special series focusing on the city’s GreatGlazings.

Innovative interlayer in Aria elevator glass

Even the elevators stand out at the stunning glass-clad Aria Resort & Casino in the Las Vegas CityCenter. The 61-story hotel features 11 elevator cabs walled in decorative glass with a woven interlayer.

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

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