Association news
As I travel to meet with customers and suppliers, I often get the question: why should I become a member of a trade association, be it national or regional? What’s in it for me?
Sept. 5, 2012 - The National Glass Association has released the program for its Glazing Executive Forum taking place Sept. 13 at GlassBuild in Las Vegas, Nev. The Forum is sponsored by YKK AP, Sapa, Guardian, NSG Group and Hartung and counts for eight American Institute of Architecture learning credits.
It was standing room only in our nation’s capital as the Insulating Glass Manufacturer’s Alliance kicked off its Summer Technical Conference at the Ottawa Marriott on June 6.
June 25, 2012 - A year long effort to form a fenestration organization came to fruition in the spring of 2012. The new organization which has been incorporated as Fenestration Manitoba has roots which reach back a number of years. A core group including Brian Epp of PPG, Aurel Robin of Dominion Windows, Rob Johnstone of Accurate Dorwin and Brian Korchinski of Acrylon had been organizing an annual golf day and mini supplier showcase for quite a number of years.
CGA president, David Langton, attended the Alcoa retirement party for Keith Pynoo.
During his tenure at the Calgary Construction Association, Don Ward was involved the Standard Practices Committee
Canadian Glass Association
Sept. 21, 2011 - The insulating glass industry has seen many new technologies enter the market to address the energy efficiency, daylighting and esthetic needs of the commercial and residential fenestration markets. The Insulating Glass Manufacturers Association expects this trend to expand and continue to grow. Therefore the board of directors has approved the creation of the Emerging Technology and Innovation Committee to develop guidelines, specifications and testing standards for the future technologies of the insulating glass industry.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT IGMA introduces new Emerging Technology and Innovation Committee  The insulating glass industry has seen many new technologies enter the market to address the energy efficiency, daylighting and esthetic needs of the commercial and residential fenestration markets.
What a huge success the Glass Connections Toronto 2011 was.
There are a great number of activities and initiatives going on at the Canadian Window and Door Manufacturer Association in 2011.
The Canadian Glass Association has been pretty busy over the last few months building on the success of the first Glass Connections Conference held in Vancouver in September 2010.
March 3, 2011 – The Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) and the Glass Association of North America (GANA) are hosting a free webinar on March 9 for anyone in the glass and glazing industry, titled Fatalities and Injuries During Flat Glass Handling.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT IGMA and GANA offer joint webinar The Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance and the Glass Association of North America are hosting a free webinar on March 9 for anyone in the glass and glazing industry.
Kevin Pelley, president of the Canadian Window and Door Manufacturer Association (CWDMA), and Mike Nolan, president of the EMS Chiefs of Canada, officially opened Win-Door 2010 on Nov. 16
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