The USGNN™ December newscast takes an on-site look at a safety glazing installation during a courthouse retrofit. And as is tradition, this month’s edition includes our annual outtakes from the USGNN anchors. Click HERE to watch the video on Youtube.
This month we’re headed back to glasstec to learn more about recent developments in thin glass applications. Also, take a closer look at winners of the 2014 USGlass Green Design Awards. Click HERE to watch the video on Youtube.
This year glasstec provided the worldwide glass industry with many new developments and technologies. Exhibitors were also excited with the show this year and optimistic about the future. Continue reading
The term “green” has different meanings to different people. We took to Greenbuild 2014 to find out what green components glass and fenestration industry-related companies have to offer, as well as what attendees think “green” means to them. Continue reading
One common theme for glass industry companies is increasing production efficiency, without added costs. Today’s glasstec show video takes a look at some innovations that can help with just that. Continue reading
Today was all about the many possibilities in architectural glass. Watch the video below and learn more about the trends companies are seeing around the world. Continue reading
The 2014 glasstec show opened this morning in Dusseldorf, Germany. Today, USGNN.com™ editors spoke to several manufacturers about their latest product launches—and why they chose to unveil them at the Dusseldorf show. Continue reading
Before the halls of Messe Dusseldorf are filled with attendees from around the world, we’re taking an inside look at some of what’s involved in bringing this worldwide showcase of glass to life. Continue reading
Given the key role glass plays in energy efficiency and sustainability, industry-related exhibitors are plentiful on the Greenbuild 2014 show floor. First, however, take a look at some of the other ways glass is making an impact in the green movement beyond the construction phase. Continue reading