AGC Sponsors CE | Strong to Launch a New AIA CES Course

Date: 15 December 2015
AGC Glass is a registered AIA/CES provider and we are pleased to be a sponsor of CE|Strong, a continuing education app for architects.

Our newest continuing education course is now available on CE|Strong, making it easier than ever to learn and earn credits no matter where you are! Simply download the CE|Strong mobile app and select:AGC Glass Company Understanding Energy Code Complianceand Glass Selection Course Description:"Understanding Energy Code Compliance and Glass Selection" will cover the reasoning behind the codes and the code adoption process, as well as code differences in the various climate regions of North America.We will discuss code compliance tools and methodology, and designing with glass to meet the requirements for energy efficient buildings.


About AGC

AGC Glass Company is one of the largest manufacturers of glass and glass-related products in North America. AGC offers an extensive selection of glazing products for architectural, interior and residential building applications, as well as innovative products for the automotive glass market.

AGC Glass Company North America is part of The AGC Group employing more than 50,000 worldwide. As a global company, AGC has access to many resources allowing the company to constantly develop new products and go Beyond Glass™.

To learn more about AGC visit us online at, or email us at

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