October 19, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 41
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  • Familiar faces at Solar Power International
    By Katy Devlin
    Walking the show floor, one thing became apparent: the glass industry has gone solar.

  • From the fabricator: Big news!
    By Max Perilstein
    Our industry has won a pretty significant victory as the ASHRAE appeals panel has overturned the two most controversial and possibly damaging code items from ASHRAE 90.1-2010. Folks--plain and simple--this is a great moment for us as an industry.
Product spotlight

Bi-fold shower door hinge

C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles, introduced the Hydroslide Bi-Fold Hinge for use with its Hydroslide Sliding Shower Door Kits. ... read more 

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Vibrant and safe glass lanterns shine outside broadcasting facility

A series of exterior glass light towers, dubbed Media Lanterns, highlight the renovation and addition to the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.'s downtown Vancouver broadcasting facility.

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Photos by Bob Matheson Photography, Vancouver.

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