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March 13, 2018
From Glass Magazine
Ideabook: Glass for Healing
In recent years, glass has emerged as a critical design element for hospitals and healthcare facilities. Ample glass on the interior and exterior allows natural daylight to penetrate deeper into buildings, promoting patient comfort and accelerating recovery. 

Are You a Top 50 Glazier?
The June 2018 issue of Glass Magazine will feature the highest-earning contract glaziers of 2017. Submit by March 30 to ensure your company's achievements are showcased in this special issue.
Highlight your High-end Hardware
The May issue of Glass Magazine will feature door and entrance hardware, with a focus on options, trends and considerations for high-end applications. Fill out the submission form to tell us about your high-end door and entrance hardware by Monday, March 19.
Industry News
Viewpoint: AGC North America Exec Offers Insights on New Coater
Thad Ziegler Glass Celebrates 125 Years
Women in Construction Week Helps Women Break Glass Ceilings, Build Careers
Vitrum Announces Themed Pathways for 2019 Event
Keystone Certifications Partners with Prysm Marketing in US Market
People News
Steve Chen Appointed President of Crystal Windows, Thomas Chen Named Chairman
Viracon Adds New Sales Representative
ASA Elects Courtney Little of ACE Glass Construction as Association President
Unicel Architectural Appoints New General Manager
AIG Welcomes Two New Team Members
Product Spotlight
New Bullet Resistant Entrance Systems from C.R. Laurence

CRL has expanded its security systems offering with new bullet resistant doors and frames. Full Vision Bullet Resistant Doors are designed for interior applications while Aluminum Bullet Resistant Doors are engineered for exterior applications. Both systems provide Level 1 or Level 3 protection as defined by UL 752 ballistic standards. Full Vision and Aluminum Bullet Resistant Doors and Frames have several applications including financial institutions, government buildings, convenience stores, casinos, and more.


VIDEO: Industry Insights from BEC 2018
By Katy Devlin
Last week, more than 500 attendees gathered in Las Vegas for the 2018 Building Envelope Contractors Conference. Glass Magazine interviewed a range of attendees about the health of the industry, the biggest challenge facing companies, the recent combination of the National Glass Association and the Glass Association of North America, and more.
From the Fabricator: BEC 2018 Recap
By Max Perilstein
Another great BEC Conference is now in the books, and once again it was a major winner. Like the many I have attended previously, I left very fired up about what I learned and who I got to meet and spend time with. 
Great Glazing
Discretion Brewing

Contract glazierProvision Glass & Window Inc.
Glass manufacturer: Cardinal Glass Industries
Glass fabricator: Western States Glass
Glazing systems suppliers: Arcadia Inc. (storefront), Alumatherm (awning windows)
Metal systems supplier:

After a 2009 fire completely destroyed a family-owned furniture business in Santa Cruz, California, the owners, Brian and Kevin Dueck, decided to create a new multi-tenant retail space. The owners wanted a fireproof modern building that met California’s building and energy code requirements. The result is a 10,300-square-foot steel, industrial-chic space, with two-hour fire-rated panels and roof, that features a new gastropub among its tenants. The modern, industrial farmhouse has large, durable windows that include a thick reveal material around the edges. In addition to exterior windows with expansive outdoor views, the project’s interior windows offer views into the brewery. Read more...





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