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Volume 36, Issue 2
February 2001
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features

Reaping What You Sow
Jim Bradford shares his story, beginning with his childhood in a military family, his days as a lawyer to his current role in the glass business.

Why Bad Things Happen to Good Buildings
Thomas Schwartz examines the cuase of the glass breakage in Boston's John Hancock Tower.

Bloom Over Miami
Read to find out what NGA Show 2001 has to offer you and your copany.

The Looking Glass
Companies introduce new mirror styles, hardware and mirror-related products in this section.

Glass Week Peek
The Glass Association of North America's annual event, which was held in Palm Springs, Calif., offered educational seminars and learning outlets and a golf game or two.

On the Road Again
Having trouble getting your glass from place to place? Find a few pointers for transporting glass safely.

Blast Off!
Looking for ways to secure more profits? Sandblasting may be the answer you need. Jane Skeeter of Ultraglas Inc. offers insight on breaking into the business.

 

departments

News Now

Company News

Contract Glazing

Global Update

Codes and Regulations

Media Outlet

Financial Flash

Showcase

People


columns


The Farnady Files

Fenestration Focus

Glaziers Guild

The Business

 

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