April 12, 2011 | Vol 6, Num 15
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  • Developing a growth-oriented recruiting plan
    By Bill Evans
    Most small businesses hire people to execute current work; they don’t think about hiring people to help them grow their companies. But as small business owners, we need to hire leaders to help us grow our companies.
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    You know the term “Never in my wildest dreams?” Amazingly, that appropriate phrase now has usage in my life: “Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be doing ‘all this’ again one year later.”
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SunGuard SNX 62/27 high performance glass
Guardian Industries, Auburn Hills, Mich., introduced SunGuard SNX 62/27, the latest in its SunGuard SuperNeutral (SN) series of advanced architectural glass. SunGuard SNX 62/27 offers plenty of natural light with an improved solar heat gain coefficient that raises the glazing light-to-solar gain ratio to 2.30. ... read more
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Vertical sunshades envelop new D.C. library

Washington D.C.’s new Tenley-Friendship Library relies on almost 500 vertical sunshades for aesthetics and performance. The vertical sun screen fins were designed to shield the glass curtain walls from the sun’s glare to provide the occupants with ideal reading conditions.

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