April 5, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 14
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  • Glass: A gateway to improving total building performance
    By Bruce Lang
    There is a growing appreciation in the industry about the inter-relationship of external glazing in achieving higher levels of sustainability and performance in a building’s design.
  • From the fabricator: The News
    By Max Perilstein
    Obviously, the news that hit on April 1 was surprising, frustrating and upsetting. In my estimation, it surely didn’t paint an accurate picture of the company I work for.
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High-performance glass and glazing renovate Wolverine’s stadium

University of Michigan's Wolverines started its 2010 season with a newly renovated stadium that features high-performance curtain wall and framing systems, entrances and windows. The 400,000-square-foot, $226 million project in Ann Arbor includes the addition of two 530-foot-long multistory structures on both the east and west sides of the stadium.

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