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May 23, 2017
From Glass Magazine
Interior Glass Doors: Built for safety, size and style
The beauty of glass in interior spaces is highlighted by its ability to separate, while remaining clean and transparent. Architects and designers achieve this division with larger glass doors. To meet the demand for larger and larger interior glass door systems, glazing contractors and suppliers must provide safe glass and hardware solutions to meet both budgetary and aesthetic goals.

Industry news
Aldora Adds New Atlanta Location
SolarWindow Electricity-generating Glass Successfully Withstands Lamination
New Members Join Deceuninck Commercial Alliance
UL Acquires Montreal-based CLEB to Expand Building Envelope Services
Vitro Architectural Glass Adds Topics to Online Glass Education Center
People news
Saint-Gobain Corp. Appoints Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Bohle America Welcomes Jorge Romero to Architectural Sales Team
Event news
GIMAV Group Companies to Exhibit at China Glass 2017
Façade Tectonics Institute Calls for Abstracts and Papers at World Congress 2018
Registration Opens for the WDMA-Northeast 2017 Summer Conference
Product Spotlight
Video: Client Experiences with HHH Tempering Resources

Your business can run like a well-oiled machine with HHH.

  • Equipment built for your heavy workload
  • Knowledgeable service and support teams
  • Partners that deliver beyond expectations

Watch the video, and hear current customers describe how HHH exceeds fabricator needs. Your business is our top priority. How can we help solve your next fabrication challenge?

HHH Tempering Resources

Spotlight the Behind-the-scenes Industry Accomplishments
By Katy Devlin
Glass installations continue to impress. However, the finished installed product tells only one story of industry success. Missing is the process—the collaborative design, the complex fabrication and the impressive installation. This year's Glass Magazine Awards and Reader Photo Contest will highlight these behind-the-scenes accomplishments.
From the Fabricator: TGA Recap, Glass Magazine Review and More
By Max Perilstein
I’m just back from the Texas Glass Association conference I mentioned last week, and it was truly a memorable one for me. Bottom line is: conferences like these are extremely helpful in educating and building a better world for us. 
Great Glazing
Alfred R. Goldstein Library, Ringling College

General contractor & installer: Key Glass
Glass fabricators: Viracon, Tecnoglass, Quality Enclosures
Metal systems supplier: Kawneer

The new 46,000-square-foot Goldstein Library at Ringling College in Bradenton, Florida, is designed for creative conversation and collaboration. The furniture moves and the space is customizable. The new library provides 24-hour access for faculty, staff and students, with floors intended to grow quieter the higher you climb the central staircase. The design called for curtain wall with clear low-emissivity glass to allow the maximum amount of visible light. Read more...

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