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April 30, 2013
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The Seven Myths of Exit Planning
As a business owner, a good exit plan is crucial to profitably transferring ownership of your company. Yet, during conversations with hundreds of successful business owners, Glass Magazine contributor Kevin Kennedy has discovered many common misconceptions surround the exit process.
 
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Business news
Saint-Gobain Sales Drop Amid European Construction Slowdown
Vitro to Invest $140 Million in Furnace and Plant Upgrades in 2013
ABI Dips Slightly in March
Glass Management Institute to Launch Six New Webinars
 
International News
European Commission Launches Anti-Subsidy Solar Glass Investigation
GPD Finland 2013 Final Program Now Available
 
People news
Roger McGuire Joins Walker Glass Sales and Architectural Promotion Team
Dan Cherney Named Architectural Sales Rep for Wausau
Heitmann Associates Announces Personnel Appointments
IGMA Administrator Allison Beck Passes Away
 
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glassblog
From the Fabricator: Understanding the Codes
By Max Perilstein

The International Code Council committee hearings have been going on for the past week, and the question for me is: have the moves there been good or bad for our industry? So far, I honestly haven’t been able to tell.

Product Spotlight
Houdini Glass
Bendheim introduced Houdini Glass, a specialized decorative architectural glass that delivers the benefits of both privacy and daylight, according to the supplier. The low-iron, ultra-clear glass lets in maximum daylight, while its fine, micro-ribbed surface reduces glare and obscures the shapes of people and objects behind it.
Great Glazing
Dally Tower


Contract glazier:
Harmon
Glass and framing systems supplier:
Technical Glass Products
Glass manufacturer:
Pilkington North America

MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital’s Dally Tower in Puyallup, Wash., received a new look with the installation of a fire-rated curtain wall and updated daylighting. The building features glass canopy-covered entries, expansive windows and circulation hubsall oriented to allow light to easily transfer between interior spaces. Read more...


 
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