Tag Archives: Ellen Rogers

Breaking Bridges: Understanding Thermal Performance is Key to Ensuring Glazing’s Place on the Façade

Does it seem like you’re hearing the terms “thermal bridging” and “thermal break” more frequently? You are, and there’s a good reason for it. Simply put, when it comes to façades, thermal bridging is the movement of heat from the … Continue reading

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Go with the Flow: The Benefits and Opportunities of the Rainscreen Principle

Architects want beautiful buildings that are high-performance, use lots of glass, and don’t leak water. That’s how it starts. Now add in bigger spans of glass, minimal sightlines, make sure the glass is as clear as possible and add a … Continue reading

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BLOG: I Run for Glass

“October will be over in a week and I have so much to tell you. If your month has been anything like mine (non-stop, on-the-go, hectic …) you’re probably ready for things to slow down a bit, too. But rather … Continue reading

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Ellen Rogers Wins Award for Extraordinary Service to Key Communications Inc.

Ellen G. Rogers, editor of USGlass magazine, has been recognized by the magazine’s parent company, Key Communications Inc., through its presentation of its Award for Extraordinary Service. The award is presented annually and was named after vice president for media … Continue reading

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