January 4, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 1
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  • 2011 forecast: The slow climb
    Following four years of decline, total construction starts will advance 8 percent in 2011, economists predict. Read how the numbers break down by market segment, as well as what glass industry execs are saying about the coming year.
  • 2011 forecast: Ups and downs from East to West
    This year’s construction landscape varies greatly across the United States, with the possibility of both growth and even deeper losses, depending on the region.

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  • Taking the good with the bad in 2011
    By Jenni Chase
    In anticipation of the coming year, I polished my crystal ball, hoping for a clear picture of what 2011 would bring personally and professionally. Unfortunately, the picture was a bit blurry, clouded by a stagnant economy and cautiousness among forecasters regarding the year ahead.
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Decorative glass pedestrian bridge creates dramatic arena entrance

An all-glass elevated pedestrian walkway in Louisville, Ky., opened in fall 2010, connecting the Galt House Hotel & Suites and the new KFC Yum! Center arena. Kenneth F. von Roenn Jr., president and lead designer of Architectural Glass Art, Louisville, designed the pedway. It features a glass roof, glass walls and art glass trusses. The pedway is illuminated internally with LED lights at the base of each truss, which are activated by the movement of pedestrians.

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