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e-glass weekly
July 19, 2012
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About today's special edition

This special Thursday edition of e-glass weekly marks the third of four issues in which we present the Glass Magazine Award nominees for best installer, production supervisor, project manager and sales rep. After narrowing down the nominations to three finalists in each category, the Glass Magazine editors need you to decide the winners.

This week: Best project manager. The nominees are counting on your votes, so read more about them and cast your vote now!

And in case you missed them in previous editions, vote for best installer here, and best production supervisor here.

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Meet the Best Project Manager finalists

Joel Allen, project manager, Technical Glass Products
As project manager for Technical Glass Products, Allen has managed hundreds of specialty fire-rated and decorative glass orders, in addition to the construction of TGP’s manufacturing plant. One recent notable project that Allen managed is the Volkswagen Assembly Plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., which was completed in eight phases, with two separate glaziers.

Jonathan Mayberry, regional supervisor, EFCO Corp.
Mayberry, regional supervisor for EFCO Corp., a Pella Co., works with customers through all design, engineering and structural phases of a project. He meets the owner, architect, general contractor and consultant to review, discuss and acquire approval for shop drawings, samples, schedules and logistics. Depending on the project, customers may require fabrication or installation assistance, and Mayberry works to gather a team to help the customer sustain the schedule. 

John McGee, manager of safety & training, Binswanger Glass
As manager of safety and training at Binswanger Glass, McGee’s responsibilities include: managing the contract review team for submission of contract administrator requirements; serving as interim project manager for problem jobs to achieve successful completion; ensuring customer satisfaction; providing safety management; training; coordinating bonding needs; managing insurance claims; providing company policy oversight; researching and advising on building codes; and managing the company’s fleet. About 25 percent of McGee’s job is specifically dedicated to project management.

Voting Closes July 31 at 5 p.m. EST
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Voting is limited to one vote per person, per category, so involve your friends and coworkers in the glass industry!

Next up:
July 26: Best sales rep

Special thanks to General Glass International for producing the 2012 Glass Magazine Award plaques and to C.R. Laurence Co. for supplying the hardware.


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