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Could We Be Better Than That?
Is it possible to combat global climate change through building, design and construction? Chuck Knickerbocker from Technical Glass Products discusses how owners and building professionals can help combat this growing problem by going above and beyond “code minimums” in the construction process. Read more about this discussion in the link below.
|May 2021||Building Enclosure||Steel Lays the Framework for Energy-Efficient Glass Curtain Wall Systems|
|Jan 2021||USGNN Online||Industry Experts Look Ahead to Next Ten Years - Chuck Knickerbocker quotes|
|July 2020||The Construction Specifier||Monolithic curtain wall maximizes daylight for Mass. HQ of MathWorks|
|June 2020||Commercial Construction & Renovation||Reinventing a historic warehouse through channel|
|May 2020||AGGM||Door Openings in Building Entrances|
|Jan 2020||USGNN||Industry Experts Look Ahead to Next Ten Years|
|Jan 2020||Construction Canada||Myth versus reality: Revealing the curtain wall capabilities of modern steel|
|Dec 2019||Glass Canada||The Steel Solution: Higher performance needs may demand a stronger material|
|Apr 2019||Architects' Guide to Glass & Metal||Could We Be Better Than That? Should We? Why Not?|
|Nov 2018||Glass Magazine||The Ongoing Battle for the Wall-Fixing the Leak|
|Mar 2018||Construction Canada||Change the Channel: Avoiding Common Channel Glass Pitfalls|
|Mar 2017||Construction Canada||Specifying Steel Curtain Walls with Enduring Beauty|
|June 2016||Glass Magazine||Supplier Solutions: Advice About Challenges Facing Contract Glaziers|
|Mar 2016||The Construction Specifier||Steel Curtain Walls that Get the Curtain Call|
|Nov 2015||The Construction Specifier||Channel High Design – Part Three|
|Nov 2015||The Construction Specifier||Channel High Design – Part Two|
|Nov 2015||The Construction Specifier||Channel High Design|
|March 2015||Glass Magazine||The Architect’s Guide to Complex Façades|
|Nov 2014||Structure Magazine||Standing Strong: Advanced Steel Curtain Walls Provide Enduring Beauty (pg. 16)|
|Oct 2014||Construction Executive||10 FAQs on Advanced Steel Framing Applications|
|Feb 2014||The Construction Specifier||An Advanced Frame of Mind: Next Generation Framing for Energy-Efficient Glazing (pg. 38)|
|Jan 2014||Architectural Products||Opening Up Curtainwall Options (Jan. 2014, pg. 34)|
|Nov 2013||Glass Magazine||Curtain Walls of Steel: Protective Features To Consider When Working With Steel Frames|
|Aug 2013||The Construction Specifier||More than a Pretty Facade: Specifying with Channel Glass (pg. 18)|
|Jul 2013||Construction Canada||Developing a Clearly Better Building Envelope (pg. 38)|
|May 2013||Glass Magazine||Surviving the VE Challenge|
|Apr 2013||Architectural Products||Specialty Steel Curtainwall Sets Stage (pg. 84)|
|Apr 2013||Architects' Guide to Glass & Metal||Big on Design – San Diego Courthouse (pg. 14)|