More articles by Nick St. Denis

Construction Industry Continues to Raise Concerns over Proposed Silica Rule

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Earlier this year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) proposed to amend its existing standards for occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica, a move that has garnered some pushback from the construction industry over the past 10 months. In … Continue reading

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13th-Century Windows From Historic French Landmark Scheduled for U.S. Visit

In two years, the United States will have an opportunity to see something it has never seen before. It’s nothing new, however. In fact, it’s very, very old. If all goes as planned, a 20-foot-high stained-glass window from the 13th … Continue reading

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USGlass Kicks Off First Annual Pro Football Pick’em Challenge

USGlass magazine and USGNN.com™ has kicked off its first annual Pro Football Pick’em Challenge for members of the architectural glass and glazing industry. The pool is free to enter. Participants simply log in each week to pick each NFL game … Continue reading

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Recent California Supreme Court Ruling Changes Game for Architects

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What started out as a discrepancy over glass has turned into a much larger conversation about where architects’ liability ends. The California Supreme Court recently ruled that, at least in one case, architects in the state owe a “duty of … Continue reading

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JE Berkowitz Returning to Exhibit at Glass Expo Northeast™ ‘15

The Glass Expo Northeast™ ‘15 show floor will once again include JE Berkowitz as an exhibitor. The two-day architectural glass event is scheduled to take place at the Hyatt Regency Long Island Hotel in Hauppauge, N.Y., April 23-24, 2015. JE … Continue reading

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Glass, Glazing Businesses Make Way to Inc. 5000 List

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More than half a dozen architectural glass and glazing-related companies made Inc. Magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in America. Leading the way for the industry at No. 1,762 overall is Western Window Systems, a door … Continue reading

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American Manufacturing Bill Sitting in Congress

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Legislation that seeks to bolster manufacturing in the United States is now awaiting consideration in Congress. The Revitalize American Manufacturing and Innovation Act of 2013 (H.R. 2996/S.1468) was reported to Congress by committee at the end of last month. The … Continue reading

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California Earthquake Puts Glass Businesses on Rebound

Damage to the U.S. Post Office building in Napa, California. (Photo credit: Matthew Keys, Wikimedia Commons)

Glass shops in Napa County, Calif., are picking up the pieces in their homes and businesses today after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake rippled through the area over the weekend. The earthquake struck Sunday morning at 3:24 a.m. PDT, with its epicenter … Continue reading

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Construction Recovery Has Industry Eager to Expedite Talent Pipeline

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The work is back. Now, it’s a matter of finding people to do it. By most accounts, the construction industry has been making steady progress in 2014 in its recovery from the economic downturn of the last decade. But the … Continue reading

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Minnesota Stadium Project Standing Ground on Glass Usage Amid Bird Debate

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Glass is no new foe to birds, but an ongoing construction project that will utilize approximately 200,000 square feet of glass in a migratory area has recently directed much attention to the matter. A new multi-purpose stadium in Minnesota—which will … Continue reading

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