Volume 50, Issue 6 - June 2015

features

In A Matter of Seconds,
Seconds Matter

Schools across the country find that glazing products can meet their safety and security needs.

Adelante a Cuba?
Relaxed trade embargoes with Cuba on certain imports, exports and commerce could mean a new opportunity for the glass industry. Is this the next big market for construction? See what some companies have to say.

Can’t Let THAT One Slide …
Not really waterproof? Don’t leak air? Hard to open? Ugly? Leaders of top sliding door companies set the record straight about their products.

A Perfect Storm
Historic retrofits for hurricane and impact applications pose unique challenges, with a fine line between matching aesthetics but improving performance.

Take Five
If you missed this year’s AIA National Convention, take a look at a few of the top trends we found at this year’s show in Atlanta.

A Whole New World
GPD Finland takes place this month, offering a detailed look at the future of glass technology and innovation.


columns
Issue @ Hand
GANA Perspectives
Shop Savy
Guestbook
The Business
Designers of schools, such as
The Lady Bird Johnson Middle School in
Irving, Texas, are embracing the benefits glazing
products can provide for safety.
Photo: Courtesy of Kawneer Co. Inc., © Perzel Photography Group.
departments
Company News
Mergers & Acquisitions
Distribution & Products
Financial Flash

Codes & Regulations
Contract Glazing
Legislation & Legal
Safety
Energy & Environment
News Analysis: Tornado Glazing
News Analysis: Acoustical Analysis
News Analysis: Legal
Industry Outlook
50 Years of USGlass
Showcase
Newsmakers
Reviews & Previews

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