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March 6, 2012
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What sets the best installers apart from their peers?

Is it their ability to think on their feet and come up with creative solutions to onsite problems? Their commitment to accurate estimating, measuring and no call-back installations? Glass Magazine wants to know what sets your best installer apart from the rest. Nominate him or her here for a Glass Magazine Award. 

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Business news
Grey Mountain acquires assets of Hawkins Glass Wholesalers' flat glass division
Glasswerks opens tempering plant in Easton, Pa.; announces personnel changes
Quanex reports FY12 first quarter results; says IG spacer consolidation plan on schedule
AGNORA receives $3 million in funding to expand production volume
Nonresidential construction down slightly in January; still up over 2011
 
Project news
Spiral glass staircase highlights Amsterdam Apple Store
 
Association news
AAMA celebrates diamond anniversary, recognizes members for their contributions
Washington Glass Association launches new website
 
People news
Trulite appoints new CFO
AAMA ratifies 2012 board; appoints Heppes as affiliated association officer
 
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Glassblog
From the fabricator: Some positivity amidst the worry
By Max Perilstein
Thankfully, this was a quieter week after the adventures of the past few. Honestly, I think we all needed to catch our breath. While unfortunately, there are a few more dominoes to fall, hopefully some stability can start to seep back into our world.
Product Spotlight
Structural shims
New structural shims designed to accommodate large and heavy loads are now available from Grove Products. The micro-grid shims have interlocking textured surfaces to improve shim-to-shim friction when stacked, helping to resist lateral shifting of shims under load.
Great Glazing
University of Minnesota's Folwell Hall
In August 2011, the University of Minnesota's historic Folwell Hall completed three years of extensive renovation that included installation of nearly 500 traditionally styled, high-performance, low-maintenance windows.

 
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