September 7, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 36
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For those of you attending GlassBuild America, what are you looking forward to most?
Checking out new product offerings
Reconnecting with industry colleagues
Attending educational seminars
All of the above

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What percentage of building owners do you think are aware of the energy costs associated with single-glazed windows?

Less than 25 percent


75 to 100 percent


25 to 50 percent


50 to 75 percent


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  • First-class glass
    Glass Magazine announces the 2010 Crystal Achievement Award winners. Selected by a panel of judges representing all segments of the glass industry, the awards recognize the best products and glass applications the commercial, retail and fabrication markets have to offer.

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  • The eight wonders of GlassBuild America 2010
    By David Walker
    With so much to do and only a few days to do it, I thought I'd share my Eight Wonders of the GlassBuild America 2010 Expo.

  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    The big GlassBuild America show is next week and my plan is to do a "live" blog at least two of the days.
Product spotlight

Glass cutting and bonding

Bohle America, Charlotte, N.C., doubled its floor space for this year’s GlassBuild America show and will once again host live demonstrations of its glass cutting and bonding products in action. ... 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.

Stand-out glass on unopened Harmon Hotel

The Harmon Hotel, a stunning, yet unfinished, tower in the new Las Vegas CityCenter development, is an oval-shaped, blue-glass building situated in a highly visible strip-front location.

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

Photo © Robert G. Swetz Jr.

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