Fire-resistant glass gets even tougher with $100,000 boost

Every year, Rob Botman and Jordan Richards, co-owners of Toronto-based Glassopolis Inc., fly to Las Vegas to attend the Glass Build America show.

This year, they were more excited than ever to hit one of the largest glass-industry trade shows.

Why? They headed to the show $100,000 richer, thanks to Glassopolis’s first-place finish in the Challenge contest sponsored by Telus Corp. and The Globe and Mail.

Read more here.

600450 Fire-resistant glass gets even tougher with $100,000 boost
Date: 28 September 2012

See more news about:

See more from these topics:

Others also read

Construction is moving up on the Paint Box condominiums, part of the Regent Park revitalization project in Toronto, Ont.
Glass installation is underway at the Bridgepoint Health Campus of Care at the Bridgepoint Hospital in Toronto, Ontario, formerly known as the Riverdale Hospital.
A Fortune 500 company is moving its Toronto-area operations to Barrie.Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries will be setting up its glass plant at 200 Fairview Rd., occupying approximately 80,000 square feet of the 300,000-square-foot location which once housed Bemis Manufacturing.
The Toronto condominium developer at the centre of a controversy over glass falling on the city's streets, has announced it is replacing all of the glass in the balconies of three of its buildings.
Toronto (March 8, 2010) – Canada’s oldest and largest fire-rated and technical glass distributor, TecniGlas, announces the expansion of its state-of-the-art facility in mid-town Toronto.
Canadian window and door manufacturers, and at least a few from south of the border, will make their way to Toronto next week for Win-Door North America.

Add new comment