As of January 1, 2020, the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) unified to form Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA).

FGIA offers professionals, manufacturers and even homeowners access to a wide array of valuable information. And, we remain an invaluable source for our members looking to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace. The following resources are available.

New Conference Participant Information
Glossary
Fenestration and Glazing Virtual Library
Event Materials, Minutes and Presentations
Green Building Information
Industry Web Links
Online Store
Window Safety and Fall Prevention

Glossary

FGIA publishes a glossary which is an all-encompassing guide to be used when referencing definitions in all AAMA documents. The next version will also include IGMA documents. These definitions were compiled by researching all current documents and extracting the definitions. To download a free version of the glossary, click here.

Online Store

Throughout our long history of industry leadership, FGIA has become recognized around the world for the development of comprehensive standards, technical documents and market research. Begin your search in our online Store.

Fenestration and Glazing Virtual Library

The Fenestration and Glazing Virtual Library (FGVL) offers electronic versions of AAMA and IGMA publications in an effort to make technical information resources more readily available to Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) members. This program, which consists of two libraries, one each for AAMA and IGMA publications, is currently available to FGIA members once a license agreement has been approved and payment received. Eligible participants include Category 1 and Glass Product Council members, as well as Technical Consultant and Professional members. Visit the FGVL page for more information.

Green Building Information

Green building initiatives are a top priority within FGIA, thus we are proactively involved in green building organizations, leading the charge for fenestration products and their impact on the building’s overall green performance attributes. This includes information related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), also known as the economic stimulus package. Click here for news, events, links and other green resources.

Industry Web Links

FGIA keenly monitors activities of other associations, trade shows and publications targeting the fenestration industry. Industry links are provided as a resource to learn more about windows, doors, skylights, curtain wall and storefronts.

Event Materials, Minutes and Presentations

FGIA members can view meeting materials for FGIA Conferences as well as minutes and presentations from conferences and Southeast and Western region meetings. You need to be logged in to view this content.

Window Safety and Fall Prevention

Window Safety Week, recognized every year during the first full week in April, serves as an reminder of recognizing the importance of window safety and fall prevention year-round. This week is designed to heighten the awareness of what parents and caregivers should do to help keep their homes and families safer from the risk of accidental falls or injuries through windows. Read more about window safety and fall prevention.

Follow the Window Safety Task Force