Top Glass Conference coming to your screens in 2021

Top Glass Conference coming to your screens in 2021
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Date: 19 January 2021

Top Glass is on schedule and coming to everyone’s screens on April 21, 2021 with industry-specific content for the commercial glazing industry.

As with every year, glazing contractors, curtain wall manufacturers, storefront fabricators, architects and building engineers will come together for a day of education, networking and review of the latest technology during the day-long event.

The year has changed, vaccines are out but COVID-19 still continues to be a part of our lives. Top Glass will therefore be virtual this year bringing four one-hour sessions that can qualify towards continuing education credits.

Hosted by Glass Canada magazine, Top Glass is a great place to:
• Earn continuing education credits
• Network with industry professionals
• Browse the latest technology

Top Glass will be bringing in industry experts during the live sessions of the day. Gary Watson from Diamond Schmitt Architects will present on the subject “The Future of Facade”. Ben Beeler and Jeff Dalaba will offer a special three-hour workshop on “North American Contractor Certification.” Mark Jacobson from Kuraray America will go into an in-depth discussion on “New technology in glass lamination.” Will Nash on WSP will talk about “Low carbon building products.” And Rik Vandelinde from Winsafe will present a session on “Swing stage safety.”

Registration is open for attendees and exhibitors.

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