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“Architect’s Guide to Glass & Metal”

April Powers

It’s hard to believe we’re in the month of May already—the first third of the year has passed with lightning speed. April 2022 was one of the busiest and most memorable months our industry has seen in a long time. Consider all that’s happened in the past four weeks. The month began with the return of Glass Expo Northeast, April 6-7, on Long Island. I can’t tell you how wonderful it felt to see so many longtime friends and to welcome some new ones. It just felt “normal” to feel “normal” again. Here’s a look at each day of Glass Expo Northeast: here and here. Also taking place simultaneously was… Read More »

June Bugs

Can you believe that it is June already?  Depending on where you live, June is either your first glimpse of summer or your last of spring. June also means weddings, graduations and Father’s Day. But for me, June is all about something different. For me, June is all about architects. That’s because the June issue of USGlass magazine focuses on the architect-glass industry interface, and our Architects Guide to Glass & Metal bi-monthly has its largest issue of the year. And it’s also the month we prep for and attend the American Institute of Architect’s annual convention, which will be held June 26-28 at McCormick Place in Chicago. If you… Read More »

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