June 23, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 25
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The new contract documents from the ConsensusDOC will:
Help me navigate the new complex contractual rules and regulations for federal projects
Won’t make a difference
I already am adept at handling fed projects

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President Obama has been: 

Worse for my business than President Bush


Not sure yet


Better for my business than President Bush


The same 




News to know

IGMA hosts summer meeting

The Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance, Ottawa, Ontario, held its Summer Technical Meetings June 17-19 at the Hyatt Regency Montreal (Quebec). IGMA provided the following meeting results and comments ... read more

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New standard contract makes it easier to work on federal and stimulus projects

On June 10, the ConsensusDOCS coalition published 11 new contract documents and forms to help make bidding, negotiating and managing construction projects easier and more efficient for sub-contractors. ... read more

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Product spotlight

Unitized curtain wall
Efco, a Pella company, Monett, Mo., launched its newest unitized curtain wall product lines, Series 8700 (7-inch depth) and 8800 (8-inch depth) ... read more 
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Glazing leads to daylighting, efficiency at PCL building

To mark its 100th anniversary, Canadian-based PCL created the PCL Centennial Learning Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, a building that would serve as the new training and development hub for its companies, embrace sustainable design and reduce environmental impact. Using Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design principles, PCL was able to deliver a striking facility that consumes less energy, resulting in lower operating costs. The building design consisted of 75 percent glazed elements. The PCL Centennial Learning Centre achieved LEED Gold certification, the first private sector building in Alberta to do so, according to officials at Kawneer. 

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this GreatGlazing

Photo courtesy of Kawneer Co., Norcross, Ga.; CJ Berg Photographics, Lynden, Wash.

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