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June 28, 2011
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How project timelines have changed

Industry representatives discuss how project timelines today compare to those of five years ago and the consequences of that change on their businesses.

Glass in the making
A behind-the-scenes look at decorative glass fabrication processes.

 
Business news
Florida Extruders sold, set to reopen
PPG raises prices on extrusion coating products, positions itself as ‘surfaces’ company
Apogee posts revenue increase, says market conditions still difficult
New CRL manufacturing headquarters up and running
Architectural Summit draws architects for credits
Industry companies launch E-Space Systems
Pythagoras Solar wins GE ‘ecomagination Challenge’ award
 
Economic news
Architecture Billings Index continues to trend downward
Construction employment still sluggish, likely to remain so
Analysts expect 'stable to higher' aluminum prices in 2012
 
International news
Glaston, GPD officials announce winner of glass design competition
Euroglas considering new glass plant in Ukraine
 
People news
Curtain wall testing pioneer, A.A. Sakhnovsky, passes away
Ken Boilesen named vice president/general manager of FM Graham Enterprises
 
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Glassblog
From the fabricator: Both ends of the spectrum
By Max Perilstein
When it comes to economic conditions, the past week hit both ends of the spectrum; the spectrum being "hopeful and worrisome" vs. "good and bad."
Cut-resistant gloves and garments
Banom Inc. offers a range of cut-resistant gloves and garments for the glass industry, such as GlassPlus gloves with Kevlar protection on the palm and back of the hand for handling large glass panels.
Great Glazing: Pinellas County Emergency Response and Control Center
The Pinellas County Emergency Response and Control Center in Clearwater, Fla., is a two-story, 80,385-square-foot operations building designed to withstand a Category 5 hurricane, with up to 156-mph, one-minute sustained winds, or 190-mph three-second gusts.
 
 
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