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The Glass TEXpo™ ’18 show floor will once again include Fenzi North America as an exhibitor. The two-day architectural glass event is scheduled to take place at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio on May 10-11, 2018.
Paragon Industries, the kiln and furnace manufacturer in Mesquite, Texas, has introduced its first touch screen temperature controller, which is manufactured by Bartlett Instruments.
Madico to Debut Invisi‐Film® Tough Coat at 2016 International Window Film Conference and Tint‐Off™. See product demos, learn about Madico’s family of high performance films and cheer on Madico tinters.
Wausau Window and Wall Systems has hired Eric Salas as an architectural sales representative serving the state of Texas.
Early bird registration for the upcoming American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2016 National Summer Conference will close on Wednesday, May 18, but those interested may still plan to participate.  The conference will be held June…
The 2016 edition of Glass TEXpo™, a 19-year-old biennial event, rolls back to San Antonio to focus on education, innovation and success! 
Steve Jaskolski has been promoted to vice president of operations at Tubelite Inc. Most recently, he served as director of operations for the company’s facility in Walker, Michigan.
Eric Markow and Thom Norris are noted for creating woven glass kimonos, which have been called “impossibly beautiful.” The kimonos weigh an average of 125 pounds.
Following the successful launch of Glass Processing Products (GPP) by RegaLead at the end of last year, the company is now pleased to announce that it has partnered with Italian machinery specialists TK Tekno Kilns.
Paragon Industries has just added new features to their F-130, F-240, and F-500 lamp working glass kilns. These kilns now have 3” thick firebrick walls.
Rene Buggs joins Tubelite Inc. as director of human resources. As part of the executive leadership team, she reports to company president Amy Cole.
Tubelite Inc. has added Jim McMahon as a client development manager based in Houston and reporting to regional sales manager Terry Robinholt.
As building projects continue to push the limits in vision and design, Linetec continues to expand its value-added services.
The Hohenshelt family, owners of Paragon Industries, L.P., just announced that John S. Hohenshelt is stepping down as president of Paragon.
Tubelite Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of architectural aluminum storefront, entrance and curtainwall systems in the United States, is pleased to announce that is has completed the initial set-up of its new Texas facility at 4900 Langdon…
Kuraray is scheduled to break ground tomorrow on a new plant in La Porte, Texas. The plant will manufacture Poval resins.
Tubelite, Inc. has hired Scott Dooley as a client development manager serving clients in Alabama and in Florida’s panhandle.
Tubelite Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of architectural aluminum storefront, entrance and curtainwall systems in the United States, has announced it will be expanding its operational footprint during the second quarter of this year with…
Bud Ashlock is one of the newest employees at Paragon Industries, the kiln and furnace manufacturer. “Before I came to Paragon, I had no idea that the world of kilns is as wide ranging as it is,” Bud said.
Wausau Window and Wall Systems announces Kelly Townsend as its architectural sales representative working closely with the building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors of Texas.
Don Walker has joined Tubelite Inc. as a client development manager for Oklahoma and northern Texas.
MESQUITE, TX – Paragon Industries, the kiln manufacturer, has just received a permit from the City of Mesquite, Texas for construction of a 20,000-square-foot building.