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Greenbuild Exhibitors Focus on  
Innovations and Education  
he glazing industry’s presence  
at the 2016 Greenbuild Expo,  
may have been small compared  
Assa Abloy also had a presence  
at the show. The company featured  
its access control products, and was  
looking at how the evolving definition  
of green relates to new workplaces—  
many of which are being designed to  
incorporate open spaces that allow for  
increased collaboration.  
“We think glass empowers that  
category in the new workplace,” said  
Daniel O’Connell, managing director  
with Brand-definition, which works  
with Assa Abloy, explaining that as new  
buildings are designed, daylight often  
comes into consideration. “We’re try-  
ing to help architects deploy glass in a  
way that allows them to have this new  
workplace [concept].”  
to some other trade shows, but repre-  
sentatives from exhibiting companies  
said the show provides the opportu-  
nity to reach a unique audience. As a  
number of exhibitors pointed out, at-  
tendees were specifically looking for  
the greenest, most sustainable prod-  
ucts. And companies at this year’s  
event offered a variety of options to  
meet those demands. The expo took  
place October 5-6 at the Los Angeles  
Convention Center.  
For Kawneer, the focus wasn’t  
on one specific product, but rather  
the range of solutions the company  
offers. Its message focused on an  
With this goal in mind, the company  
urban theme, and bringing to life the Greenbuild exhibitors like CRL featured will launch a line of glass products in  
sustainability features it offers for high-performance glazing products.  
early 2017.  
each segment. Providing education  
Some of the other glazing industry  
was also a major component of the tendees better understand how Alcoa companies included Walker Glass and  
company’s presence; it was offering products can be used to meet sustain- C.R. Laurence (CRL), among others.  
sessions on the show floor to help at- able design goals.  
Marc Deschamps with Walker Glass  
said Greenbuild is quite significant to  
the glazing industry as it raises the  
level of awareness for sustainable  
solutions that architects and designers  
consider and specify in their projects.  
Get Ready for Glass Expo West ’17  
Our presence as exhibitors is very  
important to educate the trade and  
the architectural community on the  
risks associated with bird collisions  
to exterior glazing structures and on  
appropriate solutions combining day-  
lighting, occupants view to the exterior  
and visual markers,” he said.  
Glass Expo West™ ’17 will return in 2017, taking place June 1-2, 2017.  
The event will provide two full days of educational seminars, quality program-  
ming and a show floor full of industry suppliers. The Southern California city  
of Irvine will once again host Glass Expo West near the major hubs of Los  
Angeles and Anaheim.  
Co-sponsored by USGlass, DWM and WindoW Film magazines, Glass Expo  
West ’17 will provide the architectural glass and metal industry one convenient  
location to meet, network and stay on top of current trends and developments.  
The Irvine Marriott will be the event venue, providing attendees and exhib-  
itors a discounted room rate of $159/night plus tax for a single or double.  
Additional information is also available through the event website.  
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Andrew Haring, vice president of  
marketing for CRL, added, “Greenbuild  
presents a great platform to facilitate  
the sustainable design dialogue, and  
any relevant manufacturer of fenestra-  
tion/façade systems needs to be a part  
of this important conversation.” n  
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