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September 9, 2020
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Macroeconomic Rebound in Focus

The shape of the macroeconomic rebound is coming into focus as 2020 nears its end, said Connor Lokar, ITR Economics, during the GlassBuild Connect presentation on Sept. 8. Housing remains a bright spot in the overall construction industry, which likely hasn’t experienced the full effects of the economic shutdowns earlier this year, and Lokar encourages suppliers to the residential industry to prepare for higher demand in the coming year. Read More

 
Prepare a Product Test Plan
This Friday, WDMA guides GlassBuild Connect attendees through how to prepare a fenestration product test plan for submission and approval to an agency of their choice. The session will summarize building codes and industry standards, required testing to certify products and assist manufacturers in creating test plans. Attendance is free but registration is required. Register Today
 
Exclusive Factory Tour and Town Hall Next Week
Mark your calendar for a Veka Academy Spotlight on Tuesday, Sept. 14, where Veka's team provides an exclusive look inside its factory, followed by insights, discussion and live Q&A on the current state of the industry from its executive team. See the Full Education Schedule
 
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More News
Compusoft Group to Acquire Soft Tech
 
NGA Announces GlassBuild Connect Keynote Speaker Jorma Vitkala
 
Caldwell Launches Product Innovations Website
 
FGIA Offers Educational Content, Discounts During GlassBuild Connect
 
WDMA Participates as Association Partner in GlassBuild Connect
 
PGT Innovations Delivers Post-Storm Aid to Louisiana
 
Registration Opens for 2021 International Builders' Show
 
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Product Spotlight
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Struggling with inventory? Devoting too much floor space to screens production? Looking to boost plant efficiency?
 
Quanex’s full-service screens outsourcing solutions can help. Built to your exact specifications, packaged to your preference and delivered according to your production schedule, count on Quanex to meet your every need. Eliminate extra inventory, save costs and floor space, and redirect your capital to higher-margin manufacturing. Learn More.
 
The Talk
As Hurricane Season Descends, Products, Education Can Help with Resilient Design Understanding
By Laurie Cowin

Hurricane season is upon us once again. Already this year, Hurricane Laura made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 storm. Although it will be some time before a dollar amount is associated with the destruction, history indicates it could be pricey. Hurricanes Katrina and Harvey reign as the costliest hurricanes, at $125 billion in damage each, according to the National Hurricane Center.

Buildings and infrastructure can account for a substantial portion of that figure, and conversations around resiliency in building often follow natural disasters. Ryan Colker, vice president, innovation and executive director for the Alliance for National and Community Resilience, an International Code Council initiative, says professionals can design new buildings to address shocks such as hurricanes, tornadoes and other natural disasters.

Part of that design challenge is understanding what impact-rated and hurricane-specific products are on the market, as well as understanding codes, installation methods and product certification processes. Click here for more information on products in this category and to find related education sessions



 

 

 

 

 
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