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June 9, 2020
From the NGA
How to Reopen the Workplace: Part 4, Reimagining Jobsite Safety

The recent webinar from the American Subcontractors Association, “ASA COVID-19 Response: Reopening The Worksite Attorneys' Council Panel,” included insights from Charles Keller, partner at Snell & Wilmer LLP, regarding the administrative and engineering steps subcontractors can take to ensure safety and liability protection as they reopen the workplace and jobsite. 

NGA Conference Provides Know-How to Face Industry Challenges
The National Glass Association Glass Conference, held July 28-30 as an interactive online event, brings forward-thinking manufacturers, fabricators and suppliers together to help businesses navigate the technical side of glass and glazing. Learn to face new challenges with insights from the popular technical and codes update, AIA CE sessions and more. Now as an online event, this conference is more accessible and affordable than ever. 


Association Resources
Now and Next: Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis
COVID-19 Information and Resources from NGA
Now and Next Webinar: How to Navigate Layoffs and Personnel Decisions During COVID-19
Business News
CGH Senior Management Team, Czech Asset Management Acquire Consolidated Glass Holdings
YKK AP America Appoints Ramsey Fadel as VP of Manufacturing for Erie AP
Vitro Releases Technical Document Addressing Decontamination of Glass Surfaces
NSG/Pilkington Wins Award for Antiviral Glass Project
Eurotech Builds New Company Building
Industry News
GIMAV Decides Against Exhibitions in 2020
Greenbuild 2020 Goes All-Virtual
Dodge Momentum Index Flat in May
How to Choose Material Surfaces That Support Healthier Environments
By Stephen Balik
Color, texture, and durability play an important role when it comes to interior finishes. Specifying glass checks all these boxes and more, because it is a solid surface material that offers endless design possibilities, while also being durable and easy to disinfect.
I've Worn a Mask at Work For a Week, And I Actually Prefer It
By Jason Grafton-Holt
For the appointments I’ve been on so far, I have worn a mask when with the customer. And it has been absolutely fine. No dramas at all. Some have decided to wear masks when speaking with me as well, which is also absolutely fine.
Project News
Monash University Student Residence Receives Passivhaus Certification
Gillies Hall: the student residence, located on the Peninsula Campus of Monash University in the Melbourne suburb of Frankston, has six storys and a gross floor area of almost 70,000 square feet, making it currently the biggest Passivhaus-certified building constructed from cross-laminated timber panels in the country, and even in the southern hemisphere, say company officials.

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