PGC International Annual Symposium 2009

Date: 6 November 2008
Source: PGC International
On behalf of PGC International, we invite you to attend the Annual Symposium. This year’s program has been designed to provide attendees with knowledge of ever-expanding solutions for a variety of issues facing the infrastructures of the world’s buildings.

These include blast events, hurricane and windborne debris, seismic issues, fire, ballistics and forced entry.Furthermore, the Annual Symposium will encourage attendees to embrace the sustainability trends of the day, and will offer ways to successfully mesh “green” thinking with protective glazing.

Each year industry leaders, manufacturers, representatives of federal agencies, and international organizations with significant interest in the protective glazing industry attend the Annual Symposium. We sincerely hope that you will be able to join us.

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