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Registration Now Open for GlassBuild Connect: The Glass & Fenestration Online Experience

August 3, 2020

The National Glass Association announced that GlassBuild Connect registration is now open. In response to pandemic-imposed travel, gathering restrictions and prioritizing public safety, GlassBuild America—the annual glass, window and door expo—has transitioned into a month-long online experience for education, business and product solutions.

Registration Now Open for GlassBuild Connect: The Glass & Fenestration Online Experience

Chris Beahan Joins Kalwall Corp. as Sales Representative

August 3, 2020

Chris Beahan joined Kalwall Corp. as its newest sales representative. Beahan replaces Mike Keller, who was recently promoted to regional sales manager.

Hope’s Windows Inc. Receives Hurricane and Impact Certification for Pivot Doors

August 3, 2020

Hope’s Windows Inc. announced that its Jamestown175 Series hurricane pivot doors have passed stringent wind tests and are certified for use within hurricane and impact zones. The doors adhere to Miami-Dade County, Florida Building Code and High Velocity Hurricane Zone standards.

Solarban R100/Bronze Glass Helps Charlotte’s Capitol Towers Earn LEED Gold

August 3, 2020

Inspired by classical pavilion architecture, using Doric Order and monumental half-round column design, Capitol Towers in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a new office building combining old-world Roman influence with high-performance glazing and modern energy efficiency. The façade, designed by LS3P in Charlotte, showcases concrete pillars and a prominent glass facade, glazed with Solarban R100 on Bronze glass by Vitro Architectural Glass.

Facade Tectonics 2020 World Congress Kicks off Aug. 5 with Virtual Expo and Education

August 3, 2020

Facade Tectonics 2020 World Congress, organized by Façade Tectonics Institute, will be held Aug. 5-27, virtually.

NGA Glass Conference Day 3 Closes with Sobering Economics Report

July 30, 2020

The third and final day of the NGA Glass Conference got technical, with sessions focused on architectural glass and frequently asked questions from the design community, safety glazing, and glass and glazing technical codes updates. It closed with a sobering economic update from ITR Economics' Connor Lokar.

NGA Glass Conference Day 2 Tackles New Normal of Design, Fabrication Troubleshooting, Digitizing the Workplace

July 29, 2020

NGA Glass Conference’s second day was as busy as the first, offering a full docket of educational offerings covering topics from troubleshooting glass fabricating equipment, to digitizing the factory and jobsite.

Highlights from NGA Glass Conference Day 1: Float Glass, Manufacturing, Sustainable Cities

July 28, 2020

The NGA Glass Conference kicked off Tuesday as an online interactive event with nearly 500 pre-registrants. NGA President and CEO Nicole Harris opened the event with a State of the Association address.

NGA Glass Conference Starts Today

July 28, 2020

The online interactive event kicked off this morning to a record pre-registration count of nearly 500.

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority's Office Blends Tubelite Systems with Culturally Inspired Design

July 27, 2020

The Navajo Tribal Utility Authority's new headquarters brings together administrative departments within its 80,000-square-foot offices located in Fort Defiance, Arizona. Dyron Murphy Architects, a Native-American owned business, said its design was inspired by Navajo cultural elements.