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March 20, 2012
From Glass Magazine
The 2012 Top 50 Glaziers

In the upcoming June issue, Glass Magazine will reveal this year’s top 50 U.S. contract glazing firms. To ensure your company’s achievements are highlighted in this special issue, please complete the required form by March 26.

BEC Conference focuses on how glaziers can position their companies for recovery
Glass industry representatives gathered in Las Vegas for the BEC Conference, March 18-20. Hosted by the Glass Association of North America, the event offered sessions on topics ranging from avoiding problems in the field to changes in contract language.

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Business news
Pulp Studio acquires California Glass Bending
Guardian and Pythagoras Solar partner to bring SunGuard PVGU to market
Roof collapses at Truseal Technologies' Barbourville facility; plant closed indefinitely
Update on Trainor Glass Co. Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing
Dubai Investments to invest $218 million in glass unit by 2014


It’s never too early to be thinking about GlassBuild America.  See the latest edition of “Road to GlassBuild” for videos, company spotlights, interviews and more!

Remember backlogs?
If you think back really hard, you might recall something called a backlog. Remember that once seemingly ubiquitous term? Well, the word "backlog" has returned, albeit tentatively, to the vocabulary of some attendees here at the Building Envelope Contractors Conference in Las Vegas.
From the fabricator: Spring cleaning
By Max Perilstein
This week, I have a combination of writer's block and lack of story inspiration, so I have decided to clear off my desk and just hit you with a bunch of quick comments and tidbits.
Product Spotlight
Are you introducing new products at AIAExpo 2012? Let us know.

The May issue of Glass Magazine will feature glass and glazing products making their debut at the AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition. To make sure your company is included in this special editorial feature, click here.

Great Glazing
Michigan College of Optometry and Center for Collaborative Health Education

Certified Gold by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program, the Michigan College of Optometry and Center for Collaborative Health Education features a glass atrium foyer, a two-story glass-enclosed lounge/lobby and classroom windows that provide ample natural light for the students and faculty.


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