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Day One: Simon(son) Says

So which do you want first, the bad news or the bad news? That seemed like the question being asked at the Glazing Executives Forum held yesterday in conjunction with the GlassBuild America show. Attendees were socially distanced, so it was harder to estimate, but it seemed the most popular sessions attracted about 120-150 people. The most popular was entitled “Supply Chain Challenges,” led by Ken Simonson, chief economist for the Associated General Contractors (AGC). Simonson painted such a negative picture that it prompted an audience question at one point, asking, “Is there any good news?” Simonson responded that he’s an economist and it’s his job to highlight the problem… Read More »

Snow and Sky

I am rather proud of our assistant editor Nick St. Denis. Last week, he did something that just might save some lives. Nick noticed there had been reporting on an avalanche of instances in which people have fallen through skylights over the last few weeks—particularly in the New England region. And he saw such an increase in the number of injuries (and sadly one fatality) from falls through said skylights that he thought the trend was newsworthy. The main cause of all the accidents seemed to be the same: people clearing snow off roofs, and by last Wednesday, there had been six related skylight falls in six days—in New England alone. I… Read More »

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