Volume 52, Issue 10 - October 2017


Women Mean Business
USGlass magazine recognizes women leaders making a difference in changing and shaping the future of the glass and glazing industry.
Trying to Reason With Hurricane Season
Stringent Florida building codes mandated after Hurricane Andrew in 1992 were put to the test last month when Hurricane Irma struck. Howd they do and was it enough? Find out in our special edition hurricane report.
No Straight Answer
On the surface, the relationship between larger glass and thermal performance is straightforward. Scratching below the surface, its not so simple.
Need a Lift?
As glass gets bigger, ensuring worker safety is becoming an increasing concern. As a result, glass handling and lifting equipment has a growing role to play

On the Cover
In this issue, USGlass magazine recognizes some of the women leaders in the glass industry. Turn to page 38 to read more. For those who appear on the cover see page 51. USGlass also takes a look at how the industry has changed in the 25 years since Hurricane Andrew, and how the hardest-hit areas fared after this most recent round of storms. Turn to page 52 to read more.

Departments & Columns

Issue @ Hand
Shop Savvy
GANA Perspectives
Tales from the Jobsite
Legal Ease
The Business
Dear USG
Company News
Distribution & Production
Mergers & Acquisitions
Contract Glazing
Legislation & Legal
Show Review: GlassBuild America
Industry Outlook
Reviews & Previews
Up & Coming
Suppliers Guide
Advertising Inde

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