NGA Glass Conference Kicks Off with Eye on Codes and GSA Building Requirements
The National Glass Association will host its NGA Glass Conference virtually today, Feb. 9. Topping the agenda are two sessions that look at the future implications of the latest codes and standards development, including a unique perspective from the General Services Administration, one of the largest commercial real estate lessors nationwide.
Members and non-members are in attendance, and architect CE credits are available. More information is available at glass.org.
In-depth technical and code review
Have codes and standards questions? Use this opportunity to ask hard questions and ponder the next six to 12 months of your R&D and sales tactics. Get the facts, see future projections and learn the obstacles that impact glass and glazing.
Glazing design for GSA building requirements
The General Services Administration owns and leases over 376.9 million square feet of space in 9,600 buildings in more than 2,200 communities nationwide. Get an in-depth look at the glass and glazing requirements of the GSA, including applications for bird-friendly, protective glazing, security glazing, energy and daylighting.
6th annual Fun Run/Walk
The Fun Run/Walk is a highlight of the NGA Glass Conference and will continue to be a way for attendees to encourage each other and engage in friendly competition.
Volunteer celebration happy hour
Join for good conversation and to recognize peers for their contributions to the association and the industry. Awards will be given out to recognize volunteers’ virtual engagement over the past year.