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March 31, 2015
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2015 Glazing Executives Forum to Deliver State of the Industry
The 2015 Glazing Executives Forum will center on the state of the architectural glass and metals industry, addressing the overall economic climate, labor and supply challenges, project management and succession planning for contract glazing companies, and more. NGA members will receive a $150 discount on the registration fee. Read More...
Mid-Atlantic Glass Association Presents 28th Annual Glass Expo
Washington Glass Association Elects 2015 Board of Directors
Apogee CEO Offers Optimistic Forecast
PPG to Close Burlington, Iowa, Plant
Get Ready for Tougher Energy Codes
By Katy Devlin
Even in states where enforcement is inconsistent, glass and glazing companies should ensure that they are meeting the requirements of their local jurisdiction’s building codes. “Why should you care? Even if you’re in a place that doesn’t really enforce the code, it’s all about meeting the specification, and the specification starts from the code,” says Tom Culp. Many architects rely on glazing contractors to ensure that all glazing systems meet spec. Here are those you should track...  Read More...
Hale Glass
Learn more about this fellow NGA member and its secret to success. “Because we are not looking to be the biggest, but looking to be the best, we are known for our quality—for being the high water mark,” says Gloria Hale, president and CEO. Read More...
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