November 9, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 44
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  • PGC Annual Symposium comes back to the D.C. area
    Protective Glazing Council International, Topeka, Kan., hosted its Annual Symposium, Nov. 2-4, at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Md. The members formed a new task force to interface with the federal government.
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    In green building, daylighting reigns supreme. Now, architects are taking energy efficiency to the next level with complementary sun controls.

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Auburn Hills, Mich.-based Guardian Industries Corp. introduced SunGuard SuperNeutral 62. With 62 percent visible light transmission and a low 0.31 solar heat gain coefficient. ... read more

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Windows bring new and old together in Georgetown bank

The TD Bank location in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., mixes modern design with historic architecture of the surrounding area. The brick veneer building features large steel windows and aluminum sunshade systems that met the approval from the neighborhood's architectural review board, while providing the bank with a daylit and modern-looking interior.

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