Volume 44, Issue 2 - February 2009

features

A Dog-Eat-Dog World
With the chance of fewer projects available in 2009, everyone’s looking to cut into your market share. Be warned of what new competitors will be looking to make a buck on your glass installation.

One-of-a-Kind
We know you glaziers anticipate receiving that one-of-a-kind, blow-them-away project. But with these unique designs come unique challenges. Check out two such examples and see how these contractors met their challenges.

Building IG from the Ground Up
When Barber Glass bought a new plant to install a new insulating glass line, they faced challenges but met them head on and opened the new facility successfully.

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Hardware and the Contract Glazier
A special section of
USGlass

Solar Glazing
A special section of USGlass

The Architects' Guide to Glass
A special section of
USGlass

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ON THE COVER: The Turquoise Place condominiums in Orange Beach, Ala., features glass supplied by Oldcastle Glass and EFCO curtainwall. Glass Inc. in Meridian, Miss., did the installation. Photo courtesy of Glass Inc.

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