Volume 45, Issue 11 - November 2010

features

The Winners of the USGlass Green Design Awards
USGlass is recognizing projects that exemplify the many ways in which glazing materials can contribute to a building’s overall “greenness.”

Special GANA Supplement

Here we have the latest on how the Glass Association of North America,
and its members, continue to strive to improve the glass industry.
GANA Makes a Difference and GANA Membership Application

Great Products from GANAs Members


Trump Card?
When Donald Trump commented in a recent interview that he’d ordered thousands of windows from China because “it’s hard to get them anywhere else,” U.S. window manufacturers responded in force.

New Solutions for Familiar Challenges
GlassBuild America featured a number of product introductions and
enhancements for fabricators and installers looking to stand apart from the
crowd.

departments
News Now
Company News
Legal & Legislation
Energy & Environment
Showcase
Newsmakers

columns
Buyer’s Block
GANA Perspectives
The Business

Special Sections

Special Sections Architects’ Guide to Glass
Re-Birth: Glass Plays a Critical Role in Downtown Pittsburgh’s First New Skyscraper in 20 Years

ON THE COVER:
In providing natural daylighting and excellent thermal performance, today’s glass products are a significant contributor to the green building movement. Learn about all of the nominees of the USGlass Green Design Awards on page 20.
Photo courtesy of Pilkington.

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