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July 10, 2012
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2012 Glass Magazine Award Winners

Glass Magazine announces the winners in the 2012 Glass Magazine Award product and project categories. Formerly known as the Crystal Achievement Awards, the prestigious glass and metal industry awards program recognizes the best products and glass applications the commercial, retail and fabrication markets have to offer.

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We've selected the finalists. Now, it's your turn to vote for the winners! The Glass Magazine Award finalists for best installer, production supervisor, project manager and sales rep are counting on your votes. Read more about them here and cast your vote!

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Business news
NSG Group to reduce float glass production in North America and Europe
DORMA acquires Florida Door Controls
Kawneer partners with Premier Glass Products
Judge denies motion to dismiss CBO Glass suit in Maryland
Court extends order blocking Vitro bondholders from seizing assets
Aluminum prices fall to a two-year low
DOE eyeing emerging technologies, including dynamic glass
Study says nonresidential fenestration market won't see significant gains until 2014
 
International news
Guardian examining opportunities in India, acquires property
 
Association news
WDMA Technical Conference tackles daylighting, codes and emerging technologies
 
People news
Cinzia Schiatti elected to third term as GIMAV chairperson
SAGE names Alan McLenaghan vice president of operations
Glass Doctor names Douglas Dotson as VP of operations
Patricia Hernandez joins Vetrotech as inside sales associate
 
Project news
Skanska in court over interior glass subcontract at World Trade Center PATH station
Distinctive "green" glass tower to rise by Bryant Park
Infinity Tower construction underway
 
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ROAD TO GLASSBUILD: Commercial products that will blow you away!
Technology and product choices are constantly changing, and the best way to keep up is to attend GlassBuild America. In this week’s Road to GlassBuild, get a feel for some of the amazing products you will see in Las Vegas and check out the creative offerings from Walker Glass in the video spotlight.
 
glassblog
How do we defeat fear?
By Bill Evans
Every day, business owners/managers face tough situations. Positive realism is analyzing what is the worst that will happen and what is the best that will happen. The final result will be somewhere between the extremes. 
From the fabricator: Knowledge is power
By Max Perilstein
GlassBuild America is about two months away, and judging from the suppliers lining up to attend the show, it’s going to be a terrific event. In this world in which we live, information and knowledge leads to power, and the Vegas display this year offers a "powerful" opportunity.
Product Spotlight
Krystal Images
AGC Glass Co. North America will feature Krystal Images, a decorative glass solution for projects of all sizes, at GlassBuild America 2012. Using Krystal Klear low-iron glass and graphic imaging, the design capabilities are virtually limitless.
Great Glazing
Columbia Theological Seminary

Glazing contractor: Southeastern Glass & Metal
Glass fabricator: Viracon
Glass system supplier: YKK AP America

An 80-foot-tall glass, steel and masonry bell tower is the centerpiece of a new classroom building at Columbia Theological Seminary.


 
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