The JW Marriott Indianapolis hotel in Indianapolis will host Glass Expo Midwest™ ’18 (GEMS) November 8-9. This year’s event promises to bring hard-hitting seminar topics, as well as the opportunity to meet and explore new vendors, products and services. GEMS is focused on the needs of the architectural glass and metal industry and allied fields, and is pleased to add the following companies to the list of exhibitors.

Since 1995, Door Controls USA has been committed to providing its customers with the most comprehensive door parts in the industry. Attendees can learn more about these products in booth #120.

Pilkington North America offers a wide range of glass products in different colored tints and levels of reflectivity for interior and exterior building applications along with specialty applications such as digital signage and smart mirrors. Attendees can view its products in booth #105.

New from Technoform Group is the TGI Spacer M with wire, which improves thermal and structural performance, reduces risk of condensation and enhances the appearance of window systems. The profile geometry and rigidity provide durability and easier handling during fabrication. Featuring a hybrid composition, TGI Spacer M with wire is a cold bendable, warm-edge spacer bar comprised of a thin, low-conductivity stainless steel, a spring steel wire and an engineered thermoplastic. Stop by booth #304 to visit with Technoform Group and learn more.

With more than 80 years of experience in manufacturing, Standard Bent Glass Corp. has emerged as a single-source supplier for its customers’ custom architectural and decorative glass requirements. The company will be welcoming attendees at booth #125.

To find out more information about exhibiting at Glass Expo Midwest ’18, please call 540/720-5584 or email

Preregister for the best discounts and book your room early for the JW Marriott Indianapolis hotel. Quick links to both are on the event website at Be sure to reserve early, as they tend to book quickly.

Glass Expo Midwest is co-sponsored by USGlass magazine,™ and Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal.