Volume 52, Issue 7 - July 2017


Latest and Greatest
Take a look at the USGlass 34th Annual New Products Guide and find some of the industry’s newest innovations and developments for architectural glass.
A Technology That Stuck
Silicone structural glazing made its mark on the building industry five decades ago. The technology is still standing strong and has made major strides that will keep it in the favor of construction for many years to come.
A Strong Appeal
Los Angeles is now home to a courthouse that takes glass to a new dimension.
Finishing Lies
Color consistency in architectural metals can be a major concern for contract glaziers. Here’s what you can do to ensure the best possible results

On the Cover
The 34th Annual New Products Guide features some of the industry’s latest developments including those from the following: Top row, left to right: Andscot, Midwest Wholesale Hardware, Billco; Second row, left to right: Smart-Builder, Aldora, Diamon-Fusion International, Fremarq; Bottom row: Bohle.

Departments & Columns

Best Practices
Sustainability Insights
The Business
Mergers & Acquisitions
Company News
Distribution & Production
Contract Glazing
Energy & Environment
Legislation & Legal
Codes & Regulations
Financial Flash
News Analysis: On-Site Material Protection
Project Spotlight: Interior Glass
Industry Outlook
Reviews & Previews
Up & Coming
Suppliers Guide
Advertising Inde

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