Volume 51, Issue 4 - April 2016

Features

Room for Improvement
Whether for aesthetics or performance, renovation work can provide a steady opportunity for glass companies.
A Lax Approach
In its 20 years of business, Pulp Studio has helped shape the decorative and specialty glass market into what it is today.
Direct Effect
Over the last decade, direct-toglass printing has become a huge development, as an increasing number of companies are buying in. Our latest survey takes a look at just how significant this product line truly is in the glass industry.
Validity of Vinyl
Aluminum rules the roost in commercial glazing, but another material may be looking to stake its claim in the sector.
Never a Dull Moment
San Antonio-based Sharp Glass is not afraid of a challenge. The company remains focused on tackling unique projects.




Columns
Issue @ Hand
GANA Perspectives
Shop Savvy
Tales from the Jobsite Guest Book
The Business
The Herbalife corporate offices in downtown Los Angeles feature glazing supplied by Pulp Studios. HOK (Culver City) was the architect. Photographer: Benny Chan of Fotoworks; photo credit: Pulp Studios.

Departments
Company News
Mergers & Acquisitions
Distribution & Production
Contract Glazing
Global Update
Codes & Regulations
Energy & Environment
Financial Flash
Safety
News Analysis: Decorative Glass
Industry Outlook
Showcase
Newsmakers
Reviews & Previews
Up & Coming
Suppliers Guide
Classifieds
Advertising Index

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