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August 27, 2019
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Glass Magazine will spotlight leading architectural metal companies in its yearly report, Top Metal Companies. If your company belongs on the Top Metal Companies list, complete the survey by Aug. 29. 

GlassBuild America 2019 Preview | Grow. Learn. Connect. 
Sept. 17-19, glass industry leaders will gather in Atlanta at GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo. "The conversation happens here," says National Glass Association President and CEO Nicole Harris. "This is your industry on display, in action." Preview the show with a look at products on display, the list of 450 exhibitors, the complete education schedule and more. 

 
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Industry News
July Construction Starts Increase 2 Percent
 
Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope Unveils New Website Designed with Glazier and Architect Input
 
AAMA Webinar to Review State of Construction Defect Industry
 
 
People News
Bill Keen, Former President and CEO of Tepcoglass, Passes Away
 
Consolidated Glass Holdings Appoints Varevice as Territory Sales Manager
 
Haley-Greer Promotes Jason Wroblewski to Executive Vice President
 
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Product Spotlight
Restore and Repair with Tremco
When challenges arise due to deterioration of the glazing system, our glazing specialists and design engineers work closely with you to develop a comprehensive restoration solution. We know being mindful of design intent is just as important as restoring performance and extending the life of the system.
 
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Growing Your Fabrication Facility into Industry 4.0
By Chris Kammer
As the next phase of modern manufacturing, Industry 4.0 involves digital connectivity transforming traditional systems through robotic automation, optimization, 3D printing, big data networking and other forward-thinking models. While these developments have existed within their own silos, it is only now that they are finding their way into industrial applications
From the Fabricator: Deeper Dive
By Max Perilstein
In my last post the initial theme was the rough waters of the economy starting to stir. Since then the drumbeat from overall forecasts have been on that same path but, of course, much louder and in some cases more negative. 
Project News
Suntuituve's Dynamic Glass Makes its Mark in Australia
Suntuitive Glass teamed up with Glassworks, an Australian fabricator, to supply the new National Disability Insurance Scheme headquarters in Geelong, Australia. This project features more than 32,000 square feet of Suntuitive Dynamic Glass in both flat and curved options. Incorporating the Suntuitive interlayer enabled the building to have a smaller plant, and thereby less electricity is required to cool the building, say officials. 


 

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