The 2014 AIA National Convention concluded last week, offering attendees information about many of the hottest glass and fenestration industry products. Watch the video to learn more about what exhibitors had to offer. Click HERE to watch the video on … Continue reading
Companies taking part in the 2014 AIA National Convention last week had a lot to offer in terms of glass and glazing products. A number of exhibitors focused on architects’ increasing interest in impact products, among various other themes. Watch … Continue reading
In USGlass magazine’s June newscast, look for the latest video interviews from the American Institute of Architects convention taking place this week in Chicago. Click HERE to watch the video on Youtube.
The AIA National Convention takes place this week in Chicago. Watch this video for a look at some eye-catching installations. Click HERE to watch the video on Youtube.
The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) annual convention, the AIA Convention 2014, kicks off Thursday at a fitting setting—the home of the first skyscraper: Chicago. More than 700 exhibitors will convene at the McCormick Place for a three-day event that, … Continue reading
USGlass Magazine was recognized for editorial excellence in the special section category for “Shattering the Original Glass Ceiling” by editor Ellen Rogers in the regional American Society of Business Publication Editors’ (ASBPE) awards, affectionately known as the Azbee awards. Editor … Continue reading
Three’s a charm. Maybe four will be, too. Architectural glass manufacturer J.E. Berkowitz broke ground for the expansion of its Pedricktown, N.J., facility last Thursday, and although it’s the first time the building has actually expanded, it’s the third time … Continue reading
The North Carolina Building Code Council will go before an administrative judge this week with an emergency rule the Council adopted regarding requirements for low-E windows. The state’s building code requires low-E windows to be used for their energy-efficiency benefits, … Continue reading
Commercial buildings continue to get bigger and bigger—at least the bigger ones do, anyway. According to the recently released 2012 preliminary results of the Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS) by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the amount of commercial … Continue reading
Flat glass prices sat stagnant from April to May following a 1.7 percent increase a month prior, according to the latest Producer Price Index (PPI) Report from the U.S. Department of Labor. The flat glass index didn’t move even a … Continue reading