September 28, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 38
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Do you expect the solar glazing market in your area to grow in the next five to 10 years?
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At the Glazing Executives Forum, attendees reported winning less than 10 percent of the jobs they bid. How many bids are you winning?

5 to 10 percent


10 to 20 percent


5 percent or less


20 to 30 percent


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30 to 50 percent 


From Glass Magazineģ
  • Interview with Leon Silverstein
    SMI Aluminum Systems’ exec discusses his reentry into the glass industry and his plans for the new company.
  • Economy not headed for double-dip recession
    The momentum of this economy is upwards, to build and rebuild itself, says Jeff Dietrich, senior analyst for the Institute for Trend Research. “We expect a slowdown in the early part of 2011.”

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  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    Well, I'm sure people aren't clicking here this week to get my feelings on the new cast of Dancing with the Stars. No, I'd bet that because of my past associations, they want to know how I feel on the return of Leon to the glass business.
Product spotlight

Thermal framing system
Kawneer Co., Norcross, Ga., introduced the Trifab 451 Ultra Thermal framing system to address demand for improved thermal performance and energy efficiency with the Isolock thermal break used in Trifab VersaGlaze. ... read more
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901 K St. maximizes daylight, manages energy costs

The prominent office and retail complex 901 K St. in Washington, D.C., was designed and built to achieve Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program.

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

Photos by Anne Gummerson, courtesy of Icon Exterior Building Systems.

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