U.S. economic recovery continues, clouded by labor, supply and inflation challenges. Highlights from the latest construction forecasts.
In early December, I sat down with my friend, the famous From the Fabricator blogger/podcaster and head of Sole Source Consultants, Max Perilstein. We took out the 2022 crystal ball and chatted through our projections for the industry in the new…
After a one-week delay, my fearless predictions for 2022 are here. They range from forecasts about glass dominance as a building material, trends in IG units, and some ideas about our economic landscape. Let's go!
Among structural materials, glass is worthy of our admiration, with many properties that make it uniquely suited to enhance the beauty, design and performance of buildings. It benefits people; it benefits the environment.
Use the enormous body of knowledge about daylighting to demonstrate how modern architectural glass products can achieve common benefits for building designers and owners.
As changes following the Champlain Towers collapse are considered, other changes to our building codes should also be considered. Should post‐occupancy inspections of buildings include windows?
Leading industry voices discuss the role of natural light and views on human health and performance, and the essential role of glass in daylighting design. Plus, NGA resources, including a webinar on the use of glass in biophilic design.
October is Careers in Construction Month, an initiative designed to increase public awareness of construction careers. To spotlight glass industry professionals, NGA staff spoke with two glaziers about what they love about the job. Here’s what…
From the consequences of not designing for occupant health to communicating the payback to building owners.
The Top Glass Fabricators report is a comprehensive industry ranking and market report. Make sure your company is part of this editorial feature and complete your survey by the deadline Jan. 14. Contact Norah Dick, Associate Editor, at ndick@…
Test performance, identify design concerns and align expectations before construction begins.
An excerpt from Lisa Heschong’s book, “Visual Delight in Architecture.”
Complete your Top 50 Glaziers survey by Feb. 22 to be considered for the longest-running glass industry ranking.
Glaziers tackle incredible challenges with a remarkable building material, sometimes at extraordinary heights. We asked glaziers to submit jobsite photos and selfies to be included on this wall, and they responded with amazing work!