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March 24, 2015
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2015 Glazing Executives Forum to Deliver 'State of the Industry'

The 2015 Glazing Executives Forum will center on the state of the architectural glass and metals industry, addressing the overall economic climate, labor and supply challenges, project management and succession planning for contract glazing companies, and more.

 
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Industry news
Salem Flat Glass & Mirror to Open Distribution Center in Canada
 
PPG Releases IGU Installation Video on Glass Education Center
 
Clearview Qualifies for Azon Applicator Program
 
AAMA Releases Updated Documents on Architectural Aluminum
 
BIPV Market Forecast to Grow 18.7 Percent Annually through 2019
 
February Construction Starts Jump 16 percent
 
 
People news
Joshua Perilstein Joins Pleotint
 
Saand Appoints M.B. and Associates as Manufacturer's Rep
 
 
Project news
Glass Installation Set to Begin at Vikings Stadium
 
Product Spotlight
Expanded Terra Cotta Colors from Linetec

Linetec expanded its palette of terra cotta texture finish colors to include 10 new hues. The finish utilizes a 70 percent PVDF resin-based coating for high performance in an exterior environment and a texture additive to help replicate the natural feel of terra cotta.

 
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Time is Running Out...
By Katy Devlin

Time is running out to nominate your best product or project for the 2015 Glass Magazine Awards, with the deadline to submit nominations coming up on April 10.

From the Fabricator: Good News/Bad News
By Max Perilstein

A mix of good and bad news via Twitter last week. The good news: the low February housing starts shouldn't concern us yet. The bad news: the debt situation in China is scary. Both items warrant following along.

Great Glazing
Great Glazing: Pro Football Hall of Fame

Glass manufacturer: Guardian Industries
Glass fabricator: W.A. Wilson Glass Plus
Contract glazier: United Glass and Panel Systems

The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, recently expanded from 85,000 to 118,000 square feet, and moved its main entrance to the center of the museum to minimize the infiltration of outside air to help to precisely control the temperature and humidity in the museum. The entrance, or “glass gate,” leads into the new grand lobby, which features a dramatic, two-story glass atrium. Read more...

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