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May 8, 2018
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Technical, Advocacy and Education Activities Move Forward at Annual Conference
During the Annual Conference last month for the now-combined National Glass Association and Glass Association of North America, the association’s active volunteer force continued its work on technical, advocacy and educational activities affecting every industry segment. Read updates from the various association groups.
 
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Industry News
ABC Finds Nonresidential Construction Declines in March
 
Registration for GlassBuild America 2018 in Full Swing
 
AAMA Webinar to Cover Trade Tariffs
 
 
People News
Industry Remembers Mark Toth, Active Volunteer and Valued Colleague
 
Tubelite Welcomes New Client Development Manager
 
IWR North America Hires Sean Hamlin as Senior Estimator
 
ExTech Welcomes Tim Metcalfe as Technical Sales Engineer
 
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Product Spotlight
Mojave Series Advanced Thermal Storefront and Entrance
CRL-U.S. Aluminum’s new Mojave Series Advanced Thermal Storefront and Entrance is engineered for optimal thermal performance and compliance with California Title 24 code requirements using both the prescriptive and performance approaches. Mojave utilizes polyamide struts and optional advanced internal insulation that together produce a highly energy-efficient thermal system that's only 1-3/4” thick. This traditional thickness means Mojave is compatible with a wide range of standard architectural hardware, making the system ideal for upgrading existing entrances.
 
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The Professional Services Perspective: The Industry Vibe
By John Wheaton

Can you feel the positive vibe, the energy? What is it? It’s the continued shaping, reshaping, formation, alignment, collaboration and connection of the glass, glazing and façade industry. It’s a spectacular group of smart, caring people and companies, bringing the passion and the intellectual capital every day to create value.

From the Fabricator: High Performance Is High Priority
By Max Perilstein
A lot of news came out of the Annual Conference, recently held in California. Dr. Tom Culp reiterated what he covered at BEC with regards to more stringent energy codes coming down the path.
Great Glazing
Juno Therapeutics

Contract glazier: Goldfinch Bros. Inc.
Glass supplier: Vetrotech Saint-Gobain

Juno Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company developing innovative cancer treatments, opened its new headquarters and research facility in Seattle this September. The headquarters brings together employees spread among three locations and is designed to enable collaboration. While a traditional research facility encloses and separates laboratories and office space, Juno wanted office workers and researchers to interact in a bright open environment. Floor-to-ceiling windows measuring over nine feet tall separate the office area and labs. Read more...

 

  

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