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June 11, 2019
From Glass Magazine
PHOTO GALLERY: Glass Takeover at AIA 2019
The American Institute of Architects hosted the 2019 Architecture Expo in Las Vegas, June 6-7. More than 450 exhibitors, including over 50 from the glass and glazing industry, presented products, solutions and educational sessions to architect attendees at the show.  

Industry Voices Respond to Tariff Policy Changes
In light of the quick succession of tariff turnarounds, Glass Magazine asked industry members to comment on the impact of tariffs on the industry, the effect of the recent tariff increases, and the imprint they may leave on it in future.

Last Chance to Submit Products to the Glass Magazine 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.


Industry News
Trade Show News Network Lists GlassBuild America as 117th Largest in US
Dodge Momentum Index Falls in May
Thirsty Thursday webinar, Bird-Friendly Glazing Design
Glasstec 2020 Registration Opens
Facade Tectonics Hosts Forum in Seattle
People News
Quanex Building Products Names New Chief Financial Officer
CGH Appoints Cummings as VP of Architectural Sales and Marketing
Dynamic Glass Adds to Leadership Team in Austin
Spectrum Metal Finishing Hires Jared Ruggieri As National Sales Manager
Product Spotlight
Technical Glass Products

The north side of the Audi Dealership of Birmingham building required fire-rated lot-line protection. The challenge was to blend the desired fire-rated glazing system with the sleek aesthetic of the non-rated system. The design team found their solution with a 2-hour fire-rated exterior Fireframes® Curtainwall Series system from Technical Glass Products. Its slender profiles and clear fire-rated glazing blend well with the adjacent non-rated curtain wall, while its strength allows for 21-foot free spans.


Finding Connection Points at AIA 2019
By Bethany Stough
This year’s AIA Expo showcased the industry’s major strides in finding the connection points between people and products. The glass industry has fostered more conversations and training opportunities for architects, then collaboratively engineered product solutions for connecting performance, aesthetics and cost, according to exhibitors.
From the Fabricator: Technical Topics
By Max Perilstein
My summer interview series, “The Big 3,” is back again. Last summer I interviewed several people from many different walks of life in the glass and glazing universe and I’m doing it again this year. 


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