Zana Gordon departs CGA The board of the Canadian Glass Association has not retained the services of executive director Zana Gordon following a special meeting on Jan. 28. The move follows a tumultuous January for the association that saw Fenestration B.C. leave the national organization. Gordon remains as executive director of FenBC.
CAWIC awarded federal funding grant The Canadian Association of Women in Construction (CAWIC) is pleased to announce that it is one of the recipients of funding from the Government of Canada through Status of Women Canada to promote women into leadership roles within the Canadian construction industry.
It’s fun to crush windows. EVW took the casement cross section, along with competitors, and set off to the REHAU test lab in Winnipeg, MA. Bringing new vinyl cross sections for the team to rip apart created a buzz in the lab.
They got to see how REHAU vinyl extrusions actually stood up against other vinyl windows - the results were impressive. Check out this video to see how the tests are conducted and their purpose.
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New funding opportunities available for economic developers FedDev Ontario Minister of State Gary Goodyear spoke to Ontario economic developers on February 6th to outline new federal funding opportunities available to help position the province's businesses to compete in the global marketplace.
Rob Kleinschmidt named as Dymax Americas sales manager Dymax Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Kleinschmidt as Americas sales manager. In his new position, Rob will report to Jennifer Mann, director of sales and marketing, and will be responsible for effectively implementing sales growth and expansion utilizing Dymax Leading Edge Technology through the management of the Regional Managers and Territory Managers.
PPG awarded $2.1 million by U.S. Department of Energy PPG Industries’ industrial coatings business has received a $2.1 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to help design and pilot a rapid photovoltaic (PV) module assembly process that uses automation to eliminate time and labor from the current assembly process.