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February 11, 2020
From Glass Magazine
NGA and ASA Announce Alliance Partnership
The National Glass Association and the American Subcontractors Association entered into a mutual agreement for NGA to be an ASA Alliance Partner. The agreement will help support ASA initiatives and provide NGA member companies with access to select ASA benefits and resources. Later this month, NGA members will have access to ASA resources such as legislative representation on payment and contract issues, as well as popular ASA publications.
Is your company exhibiting at the 2020 AIA Architecture Expo in Los Angeles? The April issue of Glass Magazine will feature show information for attendees, with product information featured online. To make sure your company is included in this special editorial feature, complete the submission form by Friday, Feb. 14.
Business News
Hartung Glass Industries Acquires NWI Seattle Operation
Southern Wholesale Glass Expands
Tecglass Installs the Largest Digital Printer for Glass in the Middle East
AGC and Citrine Informatics Collaborate to Develop New Glass Technology Using AI
Industry News
NGA Releases New Glass Technical Papers
Dodge Momentum Index Starts 2020 on the Downside
People News
FGIA Welcomes New Technical Manager, Glass Products and Canadian Industry Affairs
Safti First Hires Archon Fenestration Technologies as Sales Representatives
Glassopolis Welcomes Bruce Cooke as Vice President of Sales
Eastman Board Elects New Director
How Much Metal is Too Much When It Comes to Shower Enclosures?
By Chris Phillips
If your company does work in the shower door segment, you have probably become accustomed to your customers asking for less metal. In the shower door business, we are constantly pushing the limits of what can be accomplished using less hardware, channel, and fasteners. 
From the Fabricator: Looking at 2040
By Max Perilstein
I think we are headed into an incredible run because glass is about to grow dramatically on the interior of a building, while still being a dominant product on the exterior. There are tremendous amounts of interesting interior glass products that are going to become more common on the inside and as more designers and architects learn about them, the more we will see them utilized.
Project News
Newly Renovated Premier Medical Plaza Features Diamon-Fusion Protected Glass
Diamon-Fusion’s protective coating was applied, pre-installation, to the newly renovated Premier Medical Plaza in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Plaza will provide new medical, clinical and surgery facilities for several medical groups in 100,000 square feet of space.

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