Are you ready to learn about and see the latest trends and products in the architectural glass and metal industry? Glass Expo Northeast™ (GENE) ’19 is ready to deliver all that and more, March 27 – 28, at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, N.Y. GENE ’19 provides top-notch educational programming, essential networking and a packed trade show floor with the industry’s top suppliers. The following companies are just a sample of what you can expect to find.

TEMPCO Glass Fabrication LLC provides MBE, IGCC and SGCC certified glass tempering 1/8 inch and up, as well as shower doors, high-performance low-E insulating units, CNC drilling, milling and edgework. These products will be on display at space #306.

Founded in 1986, GAMCO Corp. manufactures a wide variety of custom quality fenestration systems and architectural metal appointments for commercial, institutional and residential properties. Stop by space #308 for more information.

Tecnoglass will be showcasing samples of glass and window systems in space #215. Speak with a representative onsite to learn more about its products and services.

Located at space #312 is Harmony Building Material Group Inc., a manufacturer of shower door hardware, railing hardware and door control hardware. The company’s manufacturing takes place in China, with its North America customer service center located in New Jersey.

Access Door fabricates architectural push-pull hardware, smart touch access control and egress devices. Access Door will be showcasing its products in space #103.

Architectural Window Manufacturing Corp. is a manufacturer of high performance, thermally broken, architectural-grade aluminum windows and terrace doors for new construction and replacement projects in the Northeast region. Visit the company in space #80 to learn more.

The discounted room rate offered by the Long Island Marriott ends Monday, March 4. Make sure you reserve your room before then to ensure a rate of $179 per night, per single/double, plus tax.

Glass Expo Northeast ’19 is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association (LIGA), USGlass magazine,™ and Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal.