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  • The American Architectural Manufacturers Association’s keynote speaker for its 2015 National Fall Conference, Ken Gronbach, shared his knowledge and research on how countries’ age curves interact to create the opportunities and challenges of today and what the future will bring for people, profits and the planet.  During his presentation, “Simple Math: The Open Secret of... more »
  • The American Architectural Manufacturers Association added Diana Hanson, regulatory affairs manager, to its ranks. Hanson comes to AAMA with association experience as a founding member of the North American Deck and Railing Association. While with NADRA, she presented at International Code Council hearings, which will aid her in the codes-related work she will provide for AAMA. Hanson also... more »
  • Terry Green, director of instructional media at CRL-U.S. Aluminum, received InstallationMasters certification from the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. InstallationMasters is a nationwide training and certification program for installers of window and glass door products. Certification requires candidates to pass an examination demonstrating their knowledge of fenestration... more »
  • Crystal Window & Door Systems acquired a 226-acre property in northeastern Pennsylvania. The property is in Benton Township, located north of Scranton, and includes a partially outfitted 336,500-square foot industrial building. The company plans to hire 30 to 50 workers for the start-up year and anticipates needing 300 to 350 employees in the near future. Long rang plans could see a total... more »
  • NanaWall Systems is featured in three homes within the 2015 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, which challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive. Each home incorporates NanaWall opening glass wall systems. “NanaWall Systems has been utilized in over a dozen Solar Decathlon homes since 2005,... more »
  • Quanex Building Products appointed John Ryba to technical service manager for the Quanex Technical Service team. Ryba’s experience includes plant manager and director of operation roles as well as direct window company ownership. In his new role, Ryba will manage the Quanex Technical Service team in technical customer support for Quanex customers. This promotion comes as a result of Ryba... more »
  • Roto Frank AG, the parent company of Roto Frank of America Inc. and Roto Fasco Canada, continues its expansion of its global window and door technology market with the acquisition of the Deventer Group, a global building materials supplier, effective January 2016. The acquisition will include the German company with its founding site in Berlin-Spandau, as well as independent companies in the... more »
  • Tubelite Inc.  celebrated its 70th anniversary with a ribbon-cutting event for employees and their families on Oct. 3, 2015.  “We are excited to reach this major milestone in our company history. We are thankful for our employees, our customers and our community for supporting us in this achievement,” says Amy Cole, president of Tubelite Inc. “We are proud that... more »
  • Lisec opened the Glass Forum, a $5.7 million center in Hausmening, Austria, that houses the latest Lisec technologies for every stage of glass processing. The center allows the company to demonstrate processes including glass cutting, edging, insulating and laminating, in addition to the company’s logistics systems. In the Glass Forum, flat glass is processed under real-life production... more »
  • Masonite International Corporation appointed Russell Tiejema as executive vice president and chief financial officer effective November 2, 2015. Tiejema joins Masonite from Lennox International, a global leader in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industry, where he has served as the vice president of finance and chief financial officer of LII Residential since 2013.... more »