Volume 43, Issue 11 - November 2008

features

The Results Are In 
We surveyed glazing contractors on their businesses, their purchases, their 
challenges and their thoughts on suppliers. Learn what they had to say.

Ike’s Impact 
Hurricane Ike hit Texas on September 13 and left a trail of broken glass in its path. When the next storm hits, will Texas’s codes have changed as a result of Ike’s lessons?

Shades of Green; Shady Practices
The Federal Trade Commission is targeting the building industry to combat the 
many dubious green claims made by marketers. How can you publicize your 
products within the FTC’s rules? 

Going, Going, Green
More than 30,000 attendees are expected at this year’s Greenbuild International Conference & Expo. 
Get an early peek at what they’ll be learning about glass.

Special GANA Section
Learn how the Glass Association of North America is working to better the industry. 
Member Profiles
Member Company Directory
Products

The Architects' Guide to Glass
A special section of USGlass
Going Mad About MAD

Decorative Glass
A special section of USGlass
Visual Variances
Visual Effects

departments

columns

 

ON THE COVER: 
The Museum of Arts and Design’s Chazen Building in New York
Architect: Allied Works Architecture
Glass supplier: Oldcastle Glass 
Glazing contractor: Seele 
Photo by Hélène Binet.

 

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