June 2020

Features

FOLLOW THE NUMBERS

Improving the energy performance of existing buildings can save billions of dollars, while creating a more comfortable, environmentally friendly workspace. It can also mean business for the glazing industry. The challenge, however, is getting the owners to buy in.

COMING TOGETHER

Delegated design and design-assist allow glazing contractors more input in the design phase to improve a project’s schedule and budget. Advances in modeling software and other technologies are aiding in the execution of complex buildings.

HANDS FREE HARDWARE

While options for fewer touchpoints on door hardware was already a
growing trend, COVID-19 has upped the urgency of those products and
spurred increased inquires. Learn how certain finishes, antimicrobial
coatings and increased automation, can limit the touchpoints on your next
project.

TOMORROW’S JOBSITES

In our latest USGlass survey, we asked contract glaziers about the technologies they think will be most important to their businesses. Find out here which ones show the most potential.

HONORING GLAZING EXCELLENCE

The second annual USGlass magazine design awards will recognize excellence in architectural glass and glazing. Learn more about this unique program and how you can enter.

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News Analysis: Hurricane Trends

News Analysis: Animal-Friendly Glass

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