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October 15, 2019
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Glass Magazine's annual Reader Photo Contest invited submissions that highlight exceptional interiors—innovative interior glass applications, including decorative installations, glass floors, doors, walls, stairs, partitions and more. Now it's your turn to select the winning images! The deadline to vote is Tuesday, October 22.
 
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Business News
John Giusti Joins Tubelite as Logistics Manager
 
Davlyn Group Appoints Mauricio Zavatti as CEO
 
Glaston Announces Layoffs in Face of Lower-than-expected Demand
 
 
Industry News
Ukraine to Build Float Glass Plant
 
AGC to Refurbish Float Glass Furnace in Belgium
 
Saint-Gobain to Sell Its Construction Glass Business in South Korea
 
Dodge Momentum Index Rises in September
 
State Insurance Rep Shares Insights on Windstorm Program at AAMA Fall Conference
 
Thirsty Thursday webinar: ASTM Updates Related to Insulating Glass
 
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Installation Instructions: They Aren't Just for Troubleshooting
By Steve Schohan
Proper installation of fenestration is one of the simplest, yet often overlooked ways to guarantee the highest performance of a building over its lifetime. It is important that as new technologies are introduced, contractors and installers alike continue to stay up to date on the latest installation methods. 
From the Fabricator: October, 2005
By Max Perilstein
If you would’ve told me 14 years ago that I would still be blogging and how different my professional career turned out, well, I would’ve told you that you’re crazy. But here we are blogging away, and so thank you to all of you who have followed me through the years. I truly appreciate it.
Project News
Vitro Glass Gives a New Look to an Old-World Hotel
Old-world charm and the notoriety of its guests have come to define the Biltmore, the iconic Mediterranean-themed hotel located in Miami’s exclusive Coral Gables neighborhood. Built in 1926 and designated a National Historic Landmark 70 years later by the National Register of Historic Places—an elite title offered to only three percent of all historic structures—the Biltmore needed a makeover to help it remain a major player in the area’s fiercely competitive hotel market. Part of that makeover included updated windows featuring Vitro’s Solarban 60 glass.


 

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