August 11, 2020
From the NGA
GlassBuild America moves online in September 2020 for GlassBuild Connect, which will present the latest product innovations from more than 330 exhibiting companies. Highlighted by day-of-the-week themes, GlassBuild Connect will spotlight each industry segment regularly throughout the month. Registered visitors to GlassBuild.com will be able to access hundreds of product features, with photos, videos and additional downloadable documentation. Register Now
Association News
Industry News
Business News
Advertisements
glassblog
During these unprecedented times, it’s more important than ever to be working on your business, rather than working in it. As the owner of a glass shop and a glazing company, that concept has never carried more weight than it does now. And GlassBuild Connect will give all of us the opportunity to do it.
How do you get spec’d by an architect? It’s the building industry’s million dollar question. Developing a solid foundation of mutual respect with an architect is key to gaining repeated access to the project vision and goals. As we head into the second half of the year, here are a few thoughts on how to keep building relationships that last.  
An interesting and unfavorable trend appeared this week in my normal communications around the industry. For the first time since the virus started locking us down, I am getting reactions that business has slowed down for many. This week, though, I heard from more than a few people in different areas of our industry that the communication just dropped off.  
Project News
Crystal Window & Door Systems played a key role in the recent restoration and conversion of a major Brooklyn property. Located at 341 39th Street, Sunset Yards is a newly renovated 200,000-square-foot, 10-story structure that converted a 1920s vintage warehouse, and attached seven-story building, into modern open office spaces with trendy, appealing industrial style finishes.
 
Those finishes include almost 1,000 new thermally efficient Crystal replacement windows fabricated to replicate the look of the original historic industrial windows. 
 
 

Link to Twitter

Link to Instagram

Link to YouTube

Link to Facebook

Glass Magazine logo