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July 25, 2017
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Marijuana Laws Lead to Headaches for Employers
Within the last decade nearly half of U.S. states have approved some form of medical marijuana usage. Within the last five years, many states have decriminalized recreational marijuana use altogether. The push for voter review of this issue in states that have not addressed it continues in earnest from various interest groups. All the while, marijuana has remained illegal as a Schedule I substance in the federal Controlled Substances Act. This distinction has caused headaches for many employers.
 
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Industry news
Intermac Moves to Acquire of Movetro and Montresor & C.
 
Adelio Lattuada Srl Partners with Holonix
 
2017 GlassBuild America Trade Show Floor is Largest in Recent History
 
Nonresidential Construction Up in First Half of 2017
 
 
People News
Quanex Building Products Promotes George Wilson to Chief Operating Officer
 
Walker Glass Welcomes New Addition to Promotion Team
 
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Product Spotlight
Considering operational growth and expansion?

When it was time for Clarity Glass Wholesalers in Houston, Texas, to take on facility expansion, they partnered with HHH Tempering Resources for their tempering needs. Clarity owner, Chris Sezonov, shares his HHH experience in this video case study.

Watch now to hear about:

  • Efficient relocation of the existing Clarity furnace
  • Purchase and installation of a high-performance North Glass furnace
  • Downtime reduction with U.S.-based technicians
  • Unparalleled ROI


View the case study here. For more information on tempering furnaces, service and glass fabrication equipment, call 360-993-5644 or email info@hhhtempering.com.

 
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Website Redesign: Lessons Learned Along the Way
By Angela Dickson
It’s going to be awesome when it’s done. This was our mantra. We spent many painstaking hours, days, weeks and months developing and perfecting what we hope to be our members’ go-to resource for all things AAMA. Throughout the development, we definitely hit a few bumps, but all our effort was well worth the investment. If you’re considering a website redesign, hopefully you can learn from our experience.
From the Fabricator: Trending Positive
By Max Perilstein
The 2nd half construction forecasts now have been released by a few of the groups I follow, and the news continues to be good. Obviously, the political landscape all over the globe has the ability to change all of this. But for now, the trend is certainly our friend.
Great Glazing
Dane County Regional Airport Parking Expansion

Contract glazier: H.J. Martin and Son
Glass manufacturer: Vitro Architectural Glass
Glass fabricatorOldcastle BuildingEnvelope
Metal systems supplier: Kawneer

The $20 million Dane County Regional airport parking expansion adds three levels of parking, amounting to nearly 1,500 spots, to a standing parking structure of the airport serving Wisconsin's capital city of Madison. Completed in a 57-day period, the project met the challenges of working at extreme height and around a number of complementary tradesmen. The project features a new six-story curtain wall, installed in limited space on the building's east side, along with a new elevator tower and stair tower between an existing three-story parking ramp and the ramp expansion. The expansion also extended existing three-story curtain walls an additional three stories. Read more...

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