Issue 7 - July 2015
In with the New
Find the glass and glazing industry’s latest products, from tools and supplies, to machinery and equipment, and, of course, glass.
The (bec) X Factor
Building Enclosure Commissioning can mean
tighter, high-performing buildings; here’s what you
need to know.
Passing the Buck
Manufacturer warranties don’t include the
cost of replacement labor in the discovery of
a defect for an installed product. Yet more architects
and general contractors are expecting this coverage. What’s a contract glazier to do?
Barge Across the Border
Like the U.S., the construction industry in Canada
has seen steady growth since the start of the decade. Canada, however, has been subject to some unique developments—particularly in the glass and glazing industry—that set it apart.
The Canadian Glass Association hosted its annual meeting in June, providing opportunities for members
to learn, grow and connect.
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