June 30, 2020
From the NGA

This year’s Top 50 Glaziers survey, which opened in mid-March, captured responses from an industry facing unprecedented challenge and uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Results from the survey, collected over a month, show the cascading effects of the coronavirus on the glazing industry. Despite the disruptions, and sometimes because of them, companies have adapted and innovated, blazing trails and moving forward into uncharted territory. 

GlassBuild Connect is Coming This September 
GlassBuild Connect, an entirely new glass and fenestration online experience, will be held Sept. 1-30. GlassBuild Connect will showcase exhibitors' products and services for buyers and prospects to explore. Online attendees will also have access to educational events, economic and trends forecast presentations, product demonstrations, and other informative programming throughout the month.

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COVID-19 has turned 2020 plans upside down for us all. It has asked us to adapt and change; to find new ways of connecting, working, collaborating and problem solving. Now it’s forcing us to pivot once more when it comes to our industry’s gathering place.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading glass and glazing companies quickly pivoted to produce solutions for safer and healthier workspaces. These companies are invited to submit their essential products, projects and/or achievements for consideration for recognition as part of Glass Magazine's new awards program, which will highlight the industry’s role in responding to COVID-19.  
I think for all of us in the industry we may take GlassBuild for granted. It’s always been there, but it’s actually more than a show―it’s the lifeblood of the industry and the NGA. It’s what is needed to be able to have the technical chops, guidelines, bulletins and conferences.  
Project News
One Biscayne Tower, a 39-story concrete structure built in 1972, was Miami’s tallest building for 44 years. This iconic office building, at 2 S. Biscayne Boulevard, recently completed a $7 million renovation that modernized the main entrance and lobby. The original entrance system was pre-Hurricane Andrew and had a non-impact frameless glass entrance system.
 
 

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