Volume 51, Issue 5 - May 2016


Your New Best Friends
Increasing attention is being paid to air leakage requirements in the façade. Upfront communication with architects, consultants and the air barrier suppliers is becoming critical to success.
It’s Complicated
The architect-contract glazier relationship is becoming increasingly important as projects become more complex. Collaboration between the two is now more a necessity than a luxury.
On to Philadelphia…
This year’s AIA Show in the City of Brotherly Love will feature some of latest developments in glass and glazing.
Shaping the Future
One recently completed glass project in Philadelphia features a unique installation that helped create a sleek, glassy façade.
Size Matters
Sometimes one job can bring in enough revenue for a year’s worth of business. Here’s a look at some of the largest film installations done in the last year and how the dealers made the sale.

Issue @ Hand
GANA Perspectives
Best Practices
Creative Cues Guest Book
The Business
Philadelphia is now home to a structurally glazed glass box located at 1430 Walnut St. Bohlin Cywinski Jackson was the architect and Eureka Metal & Glass Services Inc. was the contract glazier. Turn to page 62 to read more. Image © Jeffrey Totaro, used courtesy of Architectural Glass Institute.

Company News
Mergers & Acquisitions
Distribution & Production
Contract Glazing
Global Update
Codes & Regulations
Legal & Legislation
Energy & Environment
News Analysis: Hardware
News Analysis: Structural Glazing
Trends: Spandrel
Industry Outlook
Reviews & Previews
Up & Coming
Suppliers Guide

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