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October 29, 2013
From Glass Magazine
Will the Evolution of the ICC Code-Development Process Ensure its Future?
The ICC is working on a new code-development process that will allow for remote voting. This new process embraces the latest in modern technology and is clearly an example of the ICC code-development process evolving. But whether or not this evolution results in the survival of the International Codes remains to be seen. 
Business news
Tem-Pace and Spec-Temp Become Paragon Tempered Glass
TriStar to Fabricate and Distribute RavenWindow
Central Kentucky Glass Co. Indicted on Three Counts of Fraud
Glass Doctor Opens Four Franchise Locations in Q3
Glaston Updates Strategic Guidelines and Financial Targets
Renovate by Berkowitz Launches New Website
Vitrum 2013 Concludes with Increased Attendance
MHC Forecasts 9 Percent Increase in Construction Starts in 2014
ABI Continues to Improve
People news
PPG Names Deron Patterson International Sales Manager
Glen Barfknecht Appointed Tubelite VP of Operations
Association news
AAMA's Aluminum Material Council Publishes Sustainability White Paper
IGMA Encourages Involvement in Canadian Model Code Review


Searching for the Next Low-E
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office is seeking the next game-changing, energy-saving window technology. Essentially, this means the BTO is looking for the next low-E.
From the Fabricator: Wait and See
By Max Perilstein

The story on Central Kentucky Glass being indicted on charges by a federal grand jury hit the news this week, and my reaction is very simple: wait. Just wait before you rush to assign guilt to the ownership and folks at Central Kentucky.

Product Spotlight
Curtain-wall Anchoring Solution Software

Jordahl GmbH partnered with Decon USA to distribute its Expert JTA design software in the United States. Suitable for designing curtain-wall anchoring solutions for concrete structures, the software accommodates many design input variables.

Great Glazing
Glass Partition at Leon's Restaurant

Contract glazier: A&E Glass
Glass fabricator: U.S. Glass
Metal fabricator: EWS 3-D Design & Fabrication

Leon’s Restaurant in New Haven, Conn., features a bar/lounge glass partition as its centerpiece design element. The design challenge was creating the atmosphere of an open floor plan with three separate rooms—main dining room, private dining room and a bar/lounge room—while still providing plenty of natural daylight.  Read more... 




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