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January 27, 2023 Glass/Glazing

7 Curtain Wall Trends to Watch in 2023

With the global economy on the brink of a recession, it's more important than ever for businesses in the glass and glazing industry to stay up to date with trends. To help you gear up for the new year, here are the curtain wall trends we believe will have the greatest impact on the way we do business in 2023.
September 8, 2023 Corporate brochure

Mass Transit Brochure

Safety and performance of components are of paramount importance within this industry. Daily use by millions of commuters over high mileage calls for durable and reliable rubber parts that can withstand the most challenging conditions.
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September 17, 2022 Glass/Glazing

How to boost thermal performance in building envelopes

Whether you’re an architect, building owner or commercial developer, the thermal performance of the building envelope is probably one of your key concerns.
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March 7, 2022 Glass/Glazing

7 Curtain Wall Trends to Watch in 2022

After two years of pandemic, the glass and glazing industry has good reasons to be optimistic. However, this positive outlook comes with several challenges that will affect the decisions of all glass and glazing professionals in their aim to continue to grow profitably.
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June 9, 2021 Glass/Glazing

6 Reasons to Use Custom Rubber Parts in the Glass and Glazing Industry

Architects and engineers are constantly pushing the limits of what architectural glass and glazing systems can do.
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February 26, 2021 Procurement

The pros and cons of custom-made rubber parts

Choosing between off-the-shelf and custom parts is no easy decision. While opting for standard parts may mitigate some risks, it’s not always the best or cheapest solution for your particular application.
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February 15, 2021 Glass/Glazing

7 Curtain Wall Trends to Watch in 2021

While we don’t know what the future holds, we’d like to draw your attention to seven key trends and their impact on the glass and glazing industry. Some had already caught our attention in 2020, while others are a direct consequence of the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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October 28, 2020 Case Studies

Spotlight on a retrofit project

In general, retrofit glazing construction projects pose a few challenges. Brandon Lewis, Project Manager at C3 Specialty Glazing Solutions shares his insights on these types of projects.
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July 7, 2020 Rubber materials

Rubber extrusions sample kit

A selection of commonly used rubber materials and custom extruded shapes we manufacture for commercial glazing, medical, food and beverage, and HVAC applications. See, touch and feel silicone and EPDM swatches of various colors, hardness’s and specifications as well as extruded samples.
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April 9, 2020 Glass/Glazing

7 Curtain Wall Trends to Watch in 2020

With so many changes coming so fast, it can be hard to grasp the sheer scale of what is happening in the glass and glazing industry.
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September 24, 2019 Glass/Glazing


Glass Build America is truly a great event to connect and learn for everything and all in the glass and fenestration industries. This edition was once again a great success and here are a few trends on the commercial side that we came across both on the floor and during the education and demos.
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August 14, 2019 Glass/Glazing


Traditionally, the role of procurement has essentially been to cut down costs. This makes sense in a commoditized market where price is the ultimate differentiating factor. But today’s industry trends have forced manufacturers to provide more advanced glass products.
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July 23, 2019 Procurement


Supplier consolidation is a great way to reduce costs and improve supply chain effectiveness, but it doesn’t come without risks. Disasters around the world often expose the global supply chain to risks and threats.
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June 25, 2019 Glass/Glazing


Whether launching a new product line, improving an existing product’s performance or reducing manufacturing costs, manufacturers of curtain walls and architectural glass and glazing go to great lengths to create new or improved extrusion designs.
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May 21, 2019 Glass/Glazing


Ask any engineer in the glazing industry their main criteria for selecting suppliers and the answers are likely to be along these lines: “We only work with innovative suppliers. We have to be ahead of industry trends. Product quality matters, and it has to meet the specs.”
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April 16, 2019 Glass/Glazing

Part Customization and Standardization in the Glass and Glazing Industry

In today’s innovative, technologically advanced glazing world, very few single parts can possibly handle all of the relevant applications, particularly when it comes to glazing products. Somewhere down the line, you’ll be forced to compromise. How do you choose between a standard of custom part? What do you need to know to make the best decisions?
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April 2, 2019 Case Studies

Case Study - Glass and Glazing - Vitrerie Laberge

Door and window specialist Vitrerie Laberge is part of the Laberge Group, a major private owner and manager of apartment and commercial office rentals that also owns the Canac hardware store chain and the Manugypse construction material distributer.
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April 1, 2019 Case Studies

Case Study - Glass and Glazing - Cascadia Windows

Cascadia is a manufacturer of fiberglass windows and doors specifically focused on improving energy conservation in buildings and minimizing the products’ impact on the environment.
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January 15, 2019 Glass/Glazing


Stay current in the commercial space for curtain walls and facades. We have done the trend research for you, so you can dive right in and start heading in the right direction.
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