Volume 49, Issue 11
November 2014

features

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Under the Influence
Take a look at the 2014 list of the industry’s most influential individuals and learn about their motivations, challenges, as well as their own personal influences.

The New Normal
Getting pushback from your GC on the long wait for product? Let them know that glass fabricators across the board are extending their lead times as they adjust to the construction recovery.

This is for the Birds, Literally
Besides providing buildings with better energy ratings, a movement is brewing that involves using glazing options to prevent birds from colliding into glass.

No Lite Job
Topping off the newly-revamped Dilworth Park are two large 17-foot-wide, nearly 20-foot-high glass pavilions that act as entryways to the transit hub below. Approximately 5,000 square feet of glass was used, making for a heavy, precise project.

 

columns

Issue @ Hand

GANA Perspectives

Best Practices

The Business


departments


Online Extras

Company News

Global Update

Mergers & Acquisitions

Codes & Regulations

Distribution & Production

Financial Flash

Contract Glazing

News Analysis: Window Film

News Analysis: Eastern Glass Industry

Newsmakers

Showcase

Reviews & Previews


on the cover

Some of the Most Influential People in
the Glass Industry. Clockwise from top center: Richard Beuke, PPG Industries; Helen Sanders, SAGE Electrochromics; Richard Zoulek, Guardian Industries; Mic Patterson, Enclos; Stanley Yee, Dow Corning; Oliver Stepe, YKK AP; and Valerie Block, Kuraray.
Turn to page 34 to read more.

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