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June 4, 2019
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AIA 2019: Glass and glazing companies serve as architect resources
The annual AIA Conference on Architecture and Architecture Expo, heads to Las Vegas this week. During the expo, about 50 glass and glazing industry exhibitors will showcase the latest products, technologies and expertise to help architects find solutions for top design challenges. Check out our AIA product preview before you go

Showcase your Products in the GlassBuild America Product Preview 
The August issue of Glass Magazine will showcase the products to be displayed during GlassBuild America. If your company is a GlassBuild America exhibitor, submit product information online by June 12 to be included in the product preview.
 
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Industry News
Trump Administration Announces Potential New Tariffs for Mexico, India
 
NGA Offers Free Passes to AIA Conference on Architecture
 
 
People News
Vitro Architectural Glass Appoints Bradley P. Boone as OEM Director
 
YKK AP Adds Michael Platt as Architectural Sales Representative
 
Glaston Group Makes Appointments to Regional Organizations
 
ODL Hires National Marketing Manager
 
 
Association News
NGA Releases New Glass Informational Bulletins
 
New AAMA Document Delivers Design Guidelines for Exterior Shading Devices
 
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Product Spotlight
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The Nomad 880 is designed to assist glaziers unload, transport and install glass safely. It has a lifting capacity of 880 lbs., can rotate glass measuring up to 180 in and is easily assembled in minutes making it ideal for on-site jobs. Additional upgrades include: 1100 lbs. lifting capacity, outrigger legs, window frame carrier and all terrain wheels. Call Chip for a quote on (301) 748-7127.

 
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Who's Ready for AIA '19?
By Diana San Diego
This year’s convention in Las Vegas will be my 13th AIA Convention. I still remember my first AIA Convention in Los Angeles back in 2006. I really did not know what to expect: needless to say, I was overwhelmed by the size and scope of the show.
From the Fabricator: Gone but not Forgotten
By Max Perilstein
It dawned on me after Doug Nelson passed away a few weeks ago that we pay homage to a person who passes and then we move on—we rarely if ever look back and remember those folks who made a difference in our world. So, I decided that with this post I’d start to change that approach. 

 
 

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