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August 12, 2020
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GlassBuild Connect: September is for Solutions

GlassBuild America moves online in September 2020 for GlassBuild Connect, which will present the latest product innovations from more than 330 exhibiting companies. Highlighted by day-of-the-week themes, GlassBuild Connect will spotlight each industry segment regularly throughout the month. Registered visitors to GlassBuild.com will be able to access hundreds of product features, with photos, videos and additional downloadable documentation. Read More

 
Insulating Glass for Long-term Energy Savings
One of the important factors in the overall long-term thermal performance of a complete fenestration system is the performance and durability of its insulating glass. In addition to the glass panels and edge spacer, an IG unit consists of a rather complex combination of desiccants, sealants, gas fill, glass coatings and muntins or grids. All of these must work together to prevent failure. Read More
 
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Jason Derulo, Rachel Platten to Headline the MI Charitable Foundation's Annual Summer Concert
 
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Struggling with inventory? Devoting too much floor space to screens production? Looking to boost plant efficiency?  
 
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The Talk
Window + Door Awards Presents: Innovation in Crisis
By Laurie Cowin

When the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world earlier this year, companies everywhere modified their operations nearly overnight. Many businesses sat vacant amid government-mandated shutdowns, businesses that could set their employees up to work from home and essential businesses altered their operations to accommodate social distancing and other safety practices.

In an effort to recognize the extraordinary innovation among companies during the pandemic, Window + Door is using its annual awards program to present the special program Window + Door Awards Presents: Innovation in Crisis.

Companies are invited to submit entries by Aug. 21 that highlight the industry's role in responding to COVID-19 through products, projects and more. Examples include companies that:

  • Produced solutions for safer and healthier workspaces 
  • Developed products for frontline healthcare workers
  • Adjusted jobsite, plant and office practices to protect workers
  • Implemented new procedures or invested in new technology 
  • Otherwise responded to the current situation with grace and innovation. 


 

 

 

 

 
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