Tag Archives: Chuck Knickerbocker

Nonresidential Glass Construction Down to Start 2021

Glass and glazing activity in nonresidential construction declined year-over-year in January, according to Key Media & Research (KMR), a leading data and information provider to the glass industry. The value of spending in the sector was down by 5.4% on … Continue reading

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Industry Experts Look Ahead to Next Ten Years

Now that the world has entered a new decade, people within the glass industry are making predictions about what they expect to be the biggest issues and advances facing the industry over the next ten years. Energy Efficiency One trend … Continue reading

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BEC 2016 Opens with Glazing Industry Certification Talks

Would a certification program for individual contract glaziers be good for the glass industry? That was a question addressed yesterday during the Glass Association of North America’s (GANA) 2016 Building Envelope Contractors (BEC) Conference taking place this week at Caesars … Continue reading

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BLOG: A letter to the North Pole

“Dear Santa, Overall, 2015 has been pretty good to the glass industry. All of us are busy, wishing we could find a calendar that would allow us to sneak a couple extra days into every week, or smoosh another week … Continue reading

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BLOG: Glazing Knicker-chuckles

“From the ‘Be on Time for Meetings’ School of Hard Knocks (or in other words, College of Experience), consider the following hypothetical (maybe so, maybe not) conversation between a glass supplier and several building project team members. Before the glazing … Continue reading

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