Tag Archives: Thom Zaremba

Required Courses: School Safety and Security is Not an Elective

When it comes to school safety and security, you can’t cut corners. Unfortunately, though, not every school district has the funds to install security level glazing products. Educational facilities may consider some type of protective glazing, but decide against it. … Continue reading

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The 2020 Annual Conference Ends with Codes and Standards Discussions

Fabricating committee discussions, along with codes and technical reports, wrapped up the National Glass Association’s (NGA) Annual Conference yesterday in La Jolla, Calif. During the sessions, code consultants Tom Culp and Thom Zaremba updated the group on a number of … Continue reading

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GANA Presenters Discuss Changes in Fire and Energy Codes

Standards and code change discussions have been part of the Glass Association of North America’s (GANA) Annual Conference taking place this week in Hilton Head, S.C. These included a look at changes related to both fire-rated glass and energy codes. … Continue reading

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Sprinkler Proposal at I-Codes Voted Down

The glass industry was successful this week in seeing the disapproval of two code change proposals that would have allowed the use of sprinklers in place of fire-rated glazing. Monday, proposals FS 1-15 and FS 2-15 at the I-Codes Committee … Continue reading

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Common Tornado Myth Involves Glass

The tornados that struck Moore, Okla., earlier this week brought to the forefront a myth that involves glass. According to Valerie Block, senior marketing specialist with DuPont Glass Laminating Solutions, some people believe you should open the windows if you … Continue reading

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