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More from Glass Canada | Architectural | Auto | Windows & Doors May 23, 2013
St Johns St. John's invites Fenestration Canada members
Fenestration Canada second vice-president Al Dueck has provided this overview of the St. John's area in anticipation of FC's 2013 annual meeting, taking place there May 30 - June 1. The architecture of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador has a style distinct from that of the rest of Canada, and its major buildings are remnants of its history and prestige as the first British colonial capital. The city of St. John's has had a long history, with inhabitation dating to the 16th century. As the city grew, so, too, did the landscape. Buildings took a variety of styles according to the styles and means available to build the structures.
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PPG PPG launches online glass education centre
PPG Industries has launched the PPG Glass Education Center, a comprehensive website to help architects, specifiers, students and construction industry professionals learn more about designing, specifying and building with glass. Divided into three sections – glass topics, glass FAQs (frequently asked questions) and glossary – the PPG Glass Education Center features a compelling mix of videos, colourful illustrations and educational features that address issues such as preventing thermal glass breakage, specifying large insulating glass units, how low-emissivity glass works, how heat-treated glass differs from heat-strengthened glass, and why it all matters for commercial building projects.
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Wausau Williams to rep Wausau
Wausau Window and Wall Systems has named Russell Williams its architectural sales representative serving customers in upstate New York, Connecticut, western Massachusetts, Vermont, southern Quebec and southern Ontario. With a customer-focused perspective, he will work closely to meet the needs of building owners, architects, general contractors and glazing contractors.
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Dave Walsh Assa Abloy acquires Securistyle
Often seen as the commodity sector, hardware manufacturers have had to work particularly hard to stand out from the competition in the current climate. Providing a quality product with excellent service should be a given, but manufacturers who want to succeed, need to go above and beyond to truly give their customers the support they need. Following its acquisition by global security and locking solutions provider Assa Abloy, the Securistyle team is even better placed to do just this.
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