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  • Registration for this year's GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo, is now open. Now in its 16th year, GlassBuild America is the largest annual gathering place for the glass, metals and window and door industries in the Americas. Join us Sept. 12-14, 2018, in Las Vegas. Education and networking highlights for 2018 include a new Opening Reception on the trade show floor, return of... more »
  • The Window and Door Manufacturers Association held its Spring Meeting and Legislative Conference March 19-21 in Washington, D.C., offering members the opportunity to learn about issues impacting the industry and to bring their interests and concerns to lawmakers on Capitol Hill. With information sessions located at the Wink Hotel in downtown D.C., the event welcomed 175 attendees, including... more »
  • Several National Fenestration Rating Council leaders spoke to audiences at the MiaGreen Expo in Miami, March 14-15, covering topics including understanding buildings' resiliency in catastrophe, optimizing building performance, as well as about the energy efficiency of high-performing fenestration products and the NFRC in general. Daniel Huard, NFRC's vice chair, delivered the keynote... more »
  • The National Glass Association is pleased to announce that GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo has moved up to spot No. 107 on Trade Show News Network’s Top 250 Trade Shows list in the United States for 2017. The TSNN list represents the top 250 trade shows held last year in the U.S., ranked by net square footage. In 2017, GlassBuild America had a net... more »
  • The National Association of Women in Construction celebrated its annual Women in Construction Week March 4-10, an event designed to bring awareness to the role of women in the construction industry. More than 4,000 member in the 120 chapters of NAWIC held events to promote employment opportunities in the industry, while giving back to their local communities and generating a conversation around... more »
  • The American Architectural Manufacturers Association will host a complimentary webinar on how to use Twitter to better engage existing and potential customers on Tuesday, Mar. 20 at 11:30 EST. AAMA communications coordinator Meryl Williams will lead the discussion, giving a rundown on Twitter engagement basics. She will include information on how to use Twitter lists and advanced search tools to... more »
  • Dr. Fiona Solomon, CEO of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative, spoke on the topic of sustainability standards and certification in raw materials supply chains during the American Architectural Manufacturers Association 2018 Annual Conference in Orlando. Solomon focused on the role sustainability standards play in impacting sourcing and production across a range of natural resources sectors and... more »
  • For the first time ever, WTS Paradigm reports it will open its annual conference to an even broader audience within the building products industry. Manufacturers, suppliers, retailers and vendors are all invited to participate in what has historically been a manufacturer-only conference.   Held September 24-27 in Madison, Wisconsin, the conference will feature a range of topics to attract... more »
  • Meryl Williams, communications coordinator for the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, led a Twitter workshop at the AAMA 2018 Annual Conference that showed social media users and novices how to utilize the networking platform to reach current and future customers. The workshop included two sessions of “The Who, What and Why of Twitter, and How You Can Better... more »
  • Congressman David Young, R-Iowa, will be a featured speaker at the Washington briefing breakfast during the upcoming Window and Door Manufacturers Association 2018 Spring Meeting and Legislative Conference to be held March 19-21 in Washington. Now in his second term representing Iowa’s third district, Rep. Young serves on the House Appropriations Committee. His subcommittee assignments... more »