This Week @GlassBuild Connect

This Week @GlassBuild Connect
Photo source
www.glassbuildamerica.com

Date: 2 September 2020

Join GlassBuild Connect throughout the month at GlassBuild.com for industry-focused programming and product exploration, presentations, demonstrations, roundtables, Q&As and more.

There is something for all glass and fenestration industry segments, and something for every company role and position. GlassBuild Connect is the result of collaborations between NGA, 330+ industry suppliers, and 16 other leading associations and organizations to bring you the best of what our industry has to offer. 

Check out highlights from this week's schedule below and register at GlassBuild.com to access all GlassBuild Connect content. Registration is FREE for all attendees.

 

#OutlookTuesday

GlassBuild Connect Kickoff Roundtable at 1 p.m. ET
Hear NGA leaders discuss the state of the industry and headwinds facing glass and fenestration companies, and learn about opportunities for connection and education at GlassBuild Connect. 

The New Normal of Design & Construction at 2:30 p.m. ET

(1 AIA LU/HSW)
What is the current state of building design and construction, and what are the opportunities for glass and glazing companies? Hear from a panel of industry representatives as they discuss the pre-pandemic versus current state of design and how the trajectory has changed, along with challenges, market drivers, building segments to watch, trends in building design and jobsite considerations. 

 

PerformanceWednesday

Silicone Coatings: An Alternative to Ceramic Frit for Spandrel Glass at 1 p.m. ET
Sponsored by ICD High Performance Coatings 
(1 AIA LU/HSW) 
Learn about silicone coatings for spandrel glass, with information on sustainability, thermal stress breakage mitigation, facade visual harmonization, color matching and more.

Field Testing of Newly Installed Fenestration at 2:30 p.m. ET

Learn about the use of AAMA 502 and 503 as part of an overall quality program to ensure that fenestration and glazing products are correctly integrated into the building envelope.

Technical and Code Update at 4 p.m. ET

(1 AIA LU/HSW) 

Hear from the National Glass Association’s technical and advocacy team on the need-to-know updates to energy and safety codes, as well as updates on what's happening at other standard-setting bodies including ASTM and ASHRAE.

 

#InstallationThursday

Prompt Payment Clauses, What to Watch Out for and How to Negotiate Them at 1 p.m.
This session takes a deep dive into construction contracts. Find out which prompt payment clauses can help your firm get paid, in full, on time. And learn how to negotiate for prompt payment clauses. 

PLUS: Inside the Install, from the Shower Door Pros, Available On Demand
Check out a demonstration from shower door professionals every #InstallationThursday at GlassBuild Connect, GlassBuild.com, as they tackle challenging and exciting glass bath enclosure projects.

 

Miss a Live Webinar?

We've got you covered! Find what you need in our education archive. 

 

GlassBuild on Trends: Architectural Glass and Glazing

Architectural glass continues to expand in size, and since the pandemic, in applications. Industry leaders see continued relevance for the aesthetic, and protective, qualities of glass in architectural building. “We know how people respond to light and interaction, and that’s the real value of glass,” says Tim Nass, vice president of national sales, Safti First. Glass allows people “to have a level of privacy and security from a spatial standpoint, but the transparency allows people to feel a level of connection.”

The top trends in architectural glass and glazing, according to GlassBuild Connect exhibitors:

  1. Large sizes
  2. High-performance
  3. Multifunctionality
  4. Virus protection

See the Products that are Shaping the Architectural Glass and Glazing Market.

From left to right: Safti First's SuperLite II-XLB 60. Tempered vacuum insulated glass from VIG Technologies. Unelko Antimicrobial Glass versus non-treated glass.
From left to right: Safti First's SuperLite II-XLB 60. Tempered vacuum insulated glass from VIG Technologies. Unelko Antimicrobial Glass versus non-treated glass.

Visit Our Exhibitors

 

Don't Miss Out!

Remember that all visitors to GlassBuild Connect need to register and login to access this exclusive content.

We have a new online registration system this year.  

Please follow these steps when registering: 

  1. Click here to create a new account to have full access to glass.org's new customer dashboard, including event registrations, online store, member directories and more. 
    If you haven't setup an account yet, please take two minutes to complete that process prior to registering.
  2. You will be prompted to create your own secure password and asked to login again for security reasons.
  3. Now on the Customer Dashboard, you will see an Events section and a link to Register for an Event; from there click on GlassBuild Connect.
  4. Review the information and proceed with your registration.
  5. After processing your order you will receive an Order Confirmation email (this may appear in your junk or spam folder). Registrants will receive an email with detailed instructions prior to the meeting.

Need help with registration or logging in? Contact us at loginhelp@glass.org or +1 703-442-4890, ext. 3003.

https://members.glass.org/cvweb/cgi-bin/eventsdll.dll/EventInfo?sessionaltcd=GBC2020

600450 This Week @GlassBuild Connect glassonweb.com

Others also read

This course will cover the basics of light and solar control glazing options while learning how to use Trosifol’s WinSLT optical and solar calculator.
Although the title can sound strange, the duo of glass and marble in lamination is a superb combination, being demanded more and more in the glass and stone industry.
After a construction phase of about one year, HEGLA Corp. has officially opened its new headquarters in Stockbridge, Henry County in the State of Georgia (USA).
Architects can minimize costs related to bird safe glass design rules with smart decisions in the planning phase.
The Liverpool City Region will benefit from £54 million investment to revitalise its glass industry and support the region’s economic recovery.
SOLARBAN, STARPHIRE glasses integral to one of world’s “most stunning” libraries

Add new comment

From industry

NEWS RELATED PRODUCTS

R.C.N. Solutions Srl
Trex Commercial Products
Diamon-Fusion International, Inc.
sedak GmbH & Co. KG
sedak GmbH & Co. KG
Glasmik d.o.o. - Branch Office MARIBOR