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October 27, 2020
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Global Glass Industry Leaders Offer a State of the Industry During glasstec Virtual
glasstec Virtual ran Oct. 20-22. First-day programming featured a “Glass Associations Summit,” bringing together leaders from glass associations across the globe to discuss the state of glass manufacturing during COVID-19. 
 
The National Fenestration Rating Council welcomed Architecture 2030 founder Edward Mazria as its keynote speaker on the first day of its Fall Membership Virtual Meeting, Monday, Oct. 19. Mazria, an architect, educator and author, shared his research on how buildings can be designed and built to reduce carbon emissions including energy-efficient windows, doors and skylights.  
 
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Industry News
ABI September Shows Drop in Billings, with Encouraging Indicators
 
Build Your Future Offers Recruiting Resources for Industry
 
FenestrationMasters 2.0 Courses, Exams Now Available
 
 
Business News
Flynn Group of Companies and Noorda BEC Sign Letter of Intent
 
NSG Group and University of Cambridge Partner to Innovate Future Glass Applications
 
Franchise Times Names The Glass Guru to Top List of Biggest Brands
 
Virginia Glass Products/Virginia Mirror Makes Two Sales Hires
 
John Paleczny, Former President of Petersen Aluminum Corp., Passes Away
 
Product Spotlight
Quattrolifts Express 440CW
The Quattrolifts Express 440CW is a fully counterweighted machine that is designed to allow one to two people handle up to 440Lbs of glass. Easily transported inside a van and small enough to work in tight and restricted areas, the Express 440CW comes standard with side shift, 360-degree glass rotation, side pivot, forward and rear tilt and much more. Call Chip for a quote on (301) 748-7127.
 
 
 
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9 Things to Know on the Legislative and Regulatory Landscape
By Laurie Cowin
Washington, D.C., has experienced record levels of gridlock and the upcoming presidential election may further challenge the ability for meaningful action. During GlassBuild Connect in September, Jeff Inks, vice president, advocacy, and Kevin McKenney, director of government affairs, both with the Window and Door Manufacturers Association, examined key issues facing Washington and the industry as a whole.
From the Fabricator: Better News
By Max Perilstein
The latest Architectural Billings Index was released this week and it was an absolute stunner. The scoring was way beyond what I expected or what conventional wisdom was pointing to. After a few months being stuck at 40 (remember a score of 50 is break-even) the index shot up to 47 this month. Absolute jaw dropper.  
Project News
Vitro Glass Donates Starphire Low-Iron Glass to Fallingwater Window Restoration Project

Vitro Architectural Glass donated Starphire Ultra-Clear glass to replace multiple windows at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. As part of an on-going restoration effort, the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy—owners and caretakers of Fallingwater—recently replaced the glass in 16 of its windows with Starphire glass as part of a larger conservation project addressing corrosion of steel door and window frames. The Conservancy is scheduled to restore more windows using Starphire glass as part of its proposed preservation efforts in the coming years. 

 
 

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