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Architectural

Architectural



You Bet Your Glass: February 2015
In November, the Ontario Glass & Metal Association hosted a multi-topic seminar where the 65 people who attended took away a ton of informative, valuable and eye opening information. 


Fenestration Canada: February 2015
With the holiday season just passed and the promise of a New Year ahead, it is important we reevaluate our lives and businesses and ensure we maintain the values that define who we are.


IGMA February 2015
The Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) is preparing to release an informational paper giving an extensive overview on the subject of vacuum insulating glass (VIG).



COMMERCIAL NAFS
While the National Building Code is clear that testing and labelling fenestration products to the North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS-08) and the Canadian Supplement is mandatory for Part 9 buildings, the application of these standards to commercial fenestration products, in both Part 3 and Part 9 buildings, is less straightforward.



Dodging rays
Solar reflectivity has generated attention in the design world due to the appearance of “fryscrappers” or “death ray buildings,” as they have been referred to in public media.


Kennedy joins CRL
kennedy_smallDec. 9, 2014 - C.R. Laurence has a architectural sales representative for its U.S. Aluminum business in southern Ontario. Andrew Kennedy joined the company on Dec. 1 and is covering a territory stretching from the Greater Toronto Area into southwestern Ontario. Kennedy comes to CRL after three years at Sika and 12 years at Trulite.


Fraudsters claiming to represent Top Glass
topglass-logoDec. 5, 2014 - Glass Canada has discovered that unscrupulous telemarketers are attempting to sell accommodations and other services using the Top Glass name. At least one company in the Toronto-area glass industry has been contacted by an individual claiming to represent Top Glass "exhibitor services."


You Bet Your Glass: October 2014
It’s no small feat managing a manufacturing and glazing contracting business in today’s construction market.


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