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AAMA to Host Webinar on Glazing System Performance During Hurricane Irma

During this already active hurricane season, the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) will host a webinar about lessons learned from 2017’s Hurricane Irma, which primarily impacted Florida. AAMA will host Chris Matthews, Vice President and Senior Consultant of GCI Consultants, as he speaks about glazing system performance during Hurricane Irma. Observations from hundreds of inspections conducted from the Northeast to the Southeast to the Southwest of Florida will be shared. Register now for “Hurricane Irma | Lessons Learned,” taking place at 11:30 a.m. Eastern on...

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AAMA and IGMA Release Consumer Resource for Understanding Glass Standards

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) jointly released a series of web pages providing a general overview of the standards, specifications and test methods used in the window, door and skylight industry related to glass and glazing systems. A Consumer’s Guide to Understanding Glass Standards Used in Windows, Doors and Skylights is now available as a complimentary resource on both AAMA and IGMA’s websites for the industry to share with consumers.“These web pages were a collaborative effort, and...

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Door and Window Market Magazine | AAMA Analysis Columns

AAMA sometimes receives inquiries as to what are the “best” windows to use. I was told by a former co-worker before I joined AAMA that the “best” window is the one that your spouse likes. In reality, the answer is a bit more involved.

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AAMA Fall Conference Registration Now Open, Keynote Speaker Meagan Johnson to Examine Generational Differences

Registration for the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2018 Fall Conference is now open, with early bird pricing continuing through September 21. The keynote speaker for the event, generational humorist Meagan Johnson, will ask those attending to think differently and act decisively when working with multiple generations in the workplace. Register now for this industry event.“All generations have been influenced by the major historical events, social trends and cultural phenomena of their time,” said Johnson. “Consequently, each generation has come away with different values, standards...

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Steven Saffell Joins AAMA Staff as Technical Director

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Steven Saffell as Technical Director effective August 13. Saffell’s background is a tapestry of architectural firm work, modular home design, as well as manufactured housing and residential and commercial fenestration experience. Saffell also spent three years teaching as an adjunct professor.“I’m thrilled to accept this new role with an association that has been such an integral part of my work,” said Saffell. “I look forward to joining the staff I’ve already enjoyed...

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AAMA Marketing to Host Instagram Webinar August 14

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) will host a webinar about using Instagram to bolster a company’s brand and best practices for doing so. This complimentary 45-minute webinar is open to the public and serves as an opportunity to participate, for those who were unable to attend the workshops on the topic at the recent AAMA Summer Conference. Register now for “A Marketing Guide to Instagram | Visually Showcasing Your Brand,” taking place at 11:30 a.m. Eastern on Tuesday, August 14.AAMA Communications Coordinator, Meryl Williams,...

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AAMA Releases New Design Guide for Structural Silicone Glazing

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) recently released a new document to describe proper guidelines and glazing procedures for structural glazing. AAMA SSGDG-1-17, the Structural Silicone Glazing (SSG) Design Guidelines, reviews a glazing that offers a unique appearance and simplicity of construction that often cannot be achieved any other way.Prior AAMA publications included TSGG-04, two-sided structural glazing for skylights, and CW-13-85, a structural glazing design guide. However, it was decided to combine them into a single guiding document regarding structural glazing, for both vertical and...

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August 7 AAMA Webinar to Review Changes to Prop 65 Labeling

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) will hold a webinar led by attorney John Nolan of the Gary Law Group about the upcoming changes to labeling requirements dictated by California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, more commonly known as Prop 65. The complimentary, public webinar will begin August 7, at 11:30 a.m. Eastern and is sponsored by AAMA’s Western Region. Register now to reserve a spot.“These requirements may have a direct impact on businesses,” said Mark Wolonsky (H.B. Fuller), President of...

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Canadian Energy Codes Status

Jeff Baker (Fenestration Canada) presented an update on the status of Canadian energy codes at the AAMA Western Region Summer Summit. These codes are contained in Section 9.36 of the National Building Code (NBC) for new residential buildings and in the National Energy Code for Buildings (NECB) for commercial projects.Evolving Energy RegulationsSection 9.36 of the NBC divides the country into six zones based on heating degree days (HDD). Maximum U-factor requirements for new residential windows, given in W/m2°C, range from 1.8 down to 1.4 (equivalent...

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NFRC Exploring New Compliance Options

In addition to the NAFS Simplification process update at the Western Region Summer Summit, Joe Hayden (Pella) further reported that recent months have seen significant activity at NFRC, including updates on FenStar, Product Certification Program (PCP) Simplification Initiatives, Residential Component Based Calculation (RCBC) and the NFRC Condensation Index (CI).FenStar™NFRC’s new FenStar Certification Program (FCP) was formed to meet an EPA mandate that the program used to certify ENERGY STAR® performance must be independently accredited to ISO/IEC 17065, as is the AAMA certification program, rather than...

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California Housing Crisis Looms

Erin Guerrero, Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the California Building Industry Association (CBIA), reviewed legislative issues in the state during the recent AAMA Western Region Summer Summit, focusing on legislation related to housing.The statistics on housing in California are staggering, with many Californians priced out of the market. Issues related to building low income housing include the cost of land, which is constantly rising, as well as the prevailing wages (due to the power of the unions). The prevailing wage (which can vary) can...

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Future Windows: A View to 2050

In a presentation at the June AAMA Western Region Summer Summit, Stephen Selkowitz, recently retired from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), put forward his vision for a “net zero building envelope,” by moving the energy impact of a building’s façade from today’s net loss to zero and then to net positive. Selkowitz sees this as a challenging concept, but one that means new business opportunities, greater occupant benefits and increased value in the real estate market as well as very large energy and cost savings.In...

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Progress Continues on NAFS Simplification Project

During the AAMA Western Region Summer Summit in June, Joe Hayden (Pella) reported on the continuing efforts of AAMA, CSA and WDMA to simplify the 226-page standard to be more user-friendly. Full simplification is now targeted for completion no later than early 2022 (was June 2019) for reference in the 2024 US I-Codes and the 2025 Canadian National Building Code.The first ballot of the draft revision (April 2017) was unsuccessful at AAMA, with only 88 of the required 106 responses received. There were also a...

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2019 California Energy Standards Take Shape

California has been pursuing a multiple year process to improve energy efficiency with a goal of net zero by 2020, reported Ken Nittler, PE (WESTLab), during the recent AAMA Western Region Summer Summit. However, the metrics are complicated. For example, homes with both gas and electricity are a large hurdle to evaluating zero net energy (ZNE).Title 24 (Part 6), scheduled for implementation on January 1, 2020, has established the goal that new building standards achieve Net Zero Energy (NZE) levels by 2020 for residences and...

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AAMA National News Reviewed at Western Region Summer Summit

At the AAMA Western Region Summer Summit, Janice Yglesias, AAMA Executive Vice President, provided an overview of national developments for a range of topics, including AAMA’s education programs, the AAMA Field Test Agency Accreditation Program, ENERGY STAR®, codes and more.Education ProgramsVersion 2.0 of FenestrationMasters professional education and certification is targeted for release late this year and will include updated training material, content repackaged into shorter segments and upgraded technology to enhance course delivery.The InstallationMasters Replacement program was released in July 2017 with added content based...

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UL/CLEB Reviews Canadian Codes, NAFS-11 Supplement During AAMA Summer Conference

UL/CLEB sponsored a workshop at the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2018 Summer Conference in Lake Tahoe, clarifying what manufacturers need to know when it comes to Canadian codes and CSA A440S1-17, the Canadian supplement to the North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS)-11. Robert Jutras, Principal Engineer, led the overview, touching on Canadian building codes, including codes for building envelopes and fenestration.Canadian building codes are broken down into four model codes: National Building Code; National Plumbing Code; National Fire Code; and National Energy Code for Buildings. In Canada,...

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AAMA Market Study Results and Industry Forecast Discussed at AAMA Summer Conference

In a members-only session at the American Architectural Manufacturers (AAMA) 2018 Summer Conference, Nick Limb, Board Member and Managing Principal at Ducker Worldwide, gave a presentation about the latest AAMA market study, including information about its most recent results as well as the methodology behind how it is conducted. The market study, which contains three smaller studies and was updated and released last month, is an AAMA member benefit and can be purchased in AAMA's Online Store.Ducker performs market research in several industries, including building...

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Global and Economic Expert John Manzella Gives Insight into Current U.S. Trends at AAMA Summer Conference

At the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) 2018 Summer Conference in Lake Tahoe, a global and economics-focused keynote address stated that everything from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the U.S. relationship with China to automation and the opioid crisis are current economic impactful factors in an uncertain time. John Manzella, speaker and author on global business, risks and strategies, spoke at the event about these economic trends, critical issues and how to prepare for what is ahead.Manzella started out by talking about...

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Instagram Workshop Teaches AAMA Summer Conference Participants How to Visually Showcase Their Brands

A workshop on Instagram taught companies how to re-think everyday interactions at their businesses as photogenic opportunities to expand their social media presence. AAMA Communications Coordinator, Meryl Williams, led two sessions of “A Marketing Guide to Instagram: Visually Showcasing Your Brand,” at the AAMA 2018 Summer Conference in Lake Tahoe, CA.Williams reviewed what Instagram is, how to use it for businesses and why companies need to get their entire teams involved in order to show off the best of a brand’s best.“Even though it’s changed...

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Southeast Region White Paper on Storm-Driven Rain Updated

A white paper about water penetration in hurricane conditions was recently updated by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) Southeast Region. The paper provides information to homeowners, distributors, builders and insurance adjusters regarding water penetration during severe wind-driven rain storms. The white paper was originally released in 2005, and this update is being released at the beginning of this year’s hurricane season.“In the aftermath of tropical storms and hurricanes, questions are often raised concerning wind-driven rain leaking through or around windows, doors and skylights...

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AAMA and IGMA Engage in Discussions to Create a New Unified Organization

The boards of directors for the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) have engaged in formal discussions with the goal of creating a new unified organization that can better serve the North American fenestration industry.This agreement follows the recommendation made by a joint AAMA and IGMA Exploratory Team after 12 months of careful thought and collaboration. Moving forward, the team will focus on developing a comprehensive proposal. The team’s priorities are two-fold: first, how to best serve the needs...

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New Skylight Fall Prevention Informational Web Page Available on AAMA Website

Information previously included as a fact sheet about avoiding skylight falls has been updated and posted as a web page by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA). This safety-focused web page provides statistics about falls and offers helpful tips for avoiding them.“The issue of fall protection is not a new one, and every fall fatality is avoidable,” said John Westerfield (CrystaLite), Chair of the Skylight Fall Protection Task Group, which led efforts to develop the web page. “Fall protection needs to be a continued focus...

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AAMA Honors Rich Walker; Janice Yglesias Appointed as New Executive

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) honors Rich Walker as he steps aside after serving for 18 years as its President and CEO. Janice Yglesias, Executive Vice President of the organization, succeeds him, assuming control over all daily operations effective May 10, 2018.An industry veteran, Walker joined AAMA in 1996 as Technical Director and advanced to Southeast Region Director before accepting the President and CEO position in 2000. Under his leadership, the organization has experienced tremendous growth and success. Beyond expanding AAMA’s technical offering, which...

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AAMA Releases 2017/2018 Market Studies, Offers Forecast of Fenestration Industry Trends

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) has released the AAMA 2017/2018 Study of the U.S. Market for Windows, Doors and Skylights. This bi-annual report delivers timely information on residential and non-residential market trends and product relationships for windows, doors, skylights, curtain walls and storefronts. Forecasts are based on projections of construction activity as of March 2018.ResidentialTotal housing starts continued their growth curve in 2017 with strong gains in the single family segment of 9 percent. Going forward, the overall new housing market is expected to...

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May 8 AAMA Webinar to Assist in Navigating Trade Tariffs

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) will hold a webinar led by Michael Collins, Managing Director of Building Industry Advisors, LLC, about the trade tariffs recently put into play between the United States and China. Register for the May 8 webinar, which is complimentary and open to the public, and will begin at 11:30 a.m. Eastern."The tariffs recently placed on steel and other materials and sanctions against China are already impacting the building products industry and the overall economy, said Collins. The tone and intentions...

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Letter from the Board | Hurricanes Top Priority at Southeast Region Conference

The Southeast Region has been flourishing with activity, due in large part to the 2017 hurricane season. One of the most active on record, with 17 named storms, damages are estimated at $370 billion, making it the most expensive season recorded. As many that serve AAMA's Southeast Region are also residents, the storm made a strong impact in our own lives as well. Many of us witnessed firsthand our respective products and components put to the ultimate test and celebrated the many ways we've improved as...

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Impact Tests May Not Be Representative, Team Concludes

The movement toward effective hurricane resistant structures began in earnest with Hurricane Andrew in 1992 – a landmark storm that left 160,000 southern Florida residents homeless, resulted in 40 deaths and produced $25 billion in damages. The building codes at the time, as well as code inspections and disaster preparation were later judged inadequate. As a result, the Dade County product approval and impact resistance TAS protocols were instituted.Fast forward to 2017 and Hurricane Irma. Although the monstrous storm resulted in 134 deaths and $65...

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Southeast Legislative Review

Dick Wilhelm presented an update on code-related legislative activities within the states comprising the AAMA Southeast Region.FloridaHB 299 seeks to revise the membership of the Florida Building Commission to eliminate a member of the building products manufacturing industry – a measure with potential effect on the practicality of Florida product approval.CS/SB 620 would establish a disaster preparedness tax exemption for storm shutter devices.HB 437/SB 1444 establishes that the Florida Building Code must require public and private healthcare facilities to have an operational emergency power source.SB...

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Development of Installation Standards

Steve Strawn, chair of the AAMA Flashing Committee, reported on the status of code referencing of AAMA flashing standards and work of the FMA/AAMA/WDMA Installation Committee.The 2018 residential code (IRC) (R609.1) says that windows and doors must be flashed per manufacturer’s written instructions, at a minimum complying with section R703.4. The latter now references AAMA 711 for self-adhering membrane flashing and AAMA 714 for fluid-applied membranes. It also specifies certain installation details, primarily per the manufacturer’s instructions. Mechanically applied flashing must comply with AAMA 712.The...

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Hurricane Assessment and Recovery

Michael Rimoldi of the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH), a disaster safety awareness and education group, presented numerous scenes of the damage recently sustained from two hurricanes in two weeks that hit Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, as observed during recent inspections. Working with local officials, FLASH is helping to update building codes, train new building department staff and local contractors and assist in advising on rebuilding programs.“No one really has anywhere to evacuate during a hurricane in the Virgin Islands or...

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Garage Doors and High Wind

Joe Hetzel, Technical Director for the Door & Access Systems Manufacturers Association (DASMA) presented the group’s standards and guidelines for performance of sectional and rolling garage doors and other similar assemblies. Wind and windborne debris impact are the focus of damage prevention measures, as, according to Hetzel, “if installed properly, there is usually minimal or no problems at the interfaces with structures.”DASMA Technical Data Sheet TDS-155, Residential and Commercial Wind Load Guides, includes residential and commercial door wind pressures including those defined in various editions...

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ASTM E1996 Needs Further Revision

ASTM E1996 was first published in 1999 to address impact from missiles such as wind-borne debris. Joseph Reed, PE, Senior Director at Intertek, reviewed the evolution of the standard and ongoing efforts to update it to merge with current building codes and preventive actions for high wind events.Reasons for updating include rigid interpretations of existing criteria that have led to unwieldly test programs, plus the need to harmonize with market practices and those of local jurisdictions. The most recent edition, ASTM E1996-17, revised requirements for...

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Wind/Water/Codes Coverage – Myths and Realities

There are many issues related to the building envelope and fenestration elements, and Daniel Lavrich, PE, provided Southeast Region Winter Meeting participants with a survey of the “Myths and Reality” associated with each.With regard to design, Lavrich underlined the importance of designing to code-mandated regional wind velocities and testing for structural performance, water penetration (typically more pronounced on the windward side of buildings) and impact resistance per NAFS.Breach of the envelope and resulting interior damage due to water penetration is typically the focus of hurricane...

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AAMA Offers Brochure on “Caring for Your Windows, Doors and Skylights”

Regular care and maintenance extends the lifespan and performance of windows, doors and skylights. The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) offers a revised and re-issued educational brochure with tips for proper cleaning and maintenance to help products perform as intended.“Caring for Your Windows, Doors and Skylights” presents a comprehensive overview of:Glass careFrame cleaningHardware and component careDrainage system designCondensation and moisture considerationsFinish color retentionPlastic glazing for skylights“When customers have questions about how to care for their windows, doors or skylights, AAMA is dedicated to providing helpful...

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Window & Door Magazine | Decoded Columns

Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida on Sept. 10, 2017. It hit the Florida Keys as a Category 4 hurricane with 130 miles per hour winds before moving slowly up the Florida peninsula as it weakened in intensity. Loss estimates for the storm range from $25 billion to $65 billion, according to a November 2017 article in the Insurance Journal, insurancejournal.com.

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Window & Door Magazine | Industry Watch Columns

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is largely positive for business but has some potentially devilish details to navigate. This is an inevitable result for a measure pieced together through a myriad of compromises among varied interests. But then, as has also been observed, if both sides are dissatisfied, chances are it’s a good deal overall.

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VMC Talks Vinyl Outreach, Environmental Initiatives, More at Fall Conference

Weathering was a big topic of discussion during the Vinyl Material Council’s session during the 2017 AAMA National Fall Conference in October. A ten-year weathering study was launched by the Extended Outdoor Vinyl Profile Weathering Study Task Group, to be conducted by Associated Laboratories Inc. (ALI) on samples provided by participating AAMA Profile Certification Program licensees. More work on weathering and many other matters will progress in Orlando, FL this February during the 81st Annual AAMA Conference.Outreach InitiativesThe VMC Marketing Committee (Chair: Gary Hartman [Chelsea...

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WIC Discusses Test Sites, Flashing and Sealant Document Updates, More at AAMA Fall Conference

The Wall Interface Council was busy at the 2017 AAMA National Fall Conference in October, reviewing changes being made to several flashing and sealant documents and hearing an update from a new task group. Other matters were discussed as well, including a ROESE Water Test and updates from the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance. More work will continue in February during the 81st Annual AAMA Conference in Orlando, FL.New Task Group Maps AAMA 2400 UpdateThe newly formed Mounting Flange Installation Task Group (Chair: Kim Flanary [Milgard]),...

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Case Study: Air-Tight Commercial Windows Aid in Energy Efficiency at Green-Minded Georgia Spa

A Southern spa sought to revamp their look while also maintaining a commitment to green technology and energy efficiency. The sustainable features of the Forsyth, GA, space include VEKA windows made from recyclable PVC that are air tight, which helps cut down on energy usage.Reclaimed barnyard wood flooring is used in the retail area, and eco-friendly panels in retail cabinetry are made with stalks of sorghum, a type of grass. High-energy efficiencies were also used, such as LED lighting, energy rated HVAC system, ENERGY STAR®...

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Glass Magazine Columns | AAMA Contributions

One of the biggest disappointments for the fenestration industry, with regards to the 2018 International Codes, is a reduction in the number of emergency escape and rescue openings (EEROs) required for sleeping rooms in the basements of multifamily buildings and single-family homes.

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Reconciliation of AAMA and WDMA Coatings Requirements Nearing Completion

A Comparison Matrix intended to resolve the differences and consolidate the redundancies between AAMA 653-14, Voluntary Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for Organic Coatings on Wood and Cellulosic Composite Substrates, and WDMA TM-12-2013, Test Method for Factory Applied Pigmented Coatings for Wood and Wood Cellulosic Composites Used for Millwork, has been under development by the WCCMC Finishes Committee (Chair: Jack Reed [Arkema]).The ballot of the Matrix conducted this spring yielded several substantive comments. These were clarified as needed by the committee and staff by follow-up...

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Skylight Sloped Glazing Council Reviews New Task Group, Fall Protection Measures, More at Summer Conference

Members of the Skylight Sloped Glazing Council reported on a variety of product-specific topics and document work, including design guidelines, preventing skylight falls, what NAFS could mean for skylights and more. Get updates on these items and more during the Fall Conference in Greenville, SC.Task Group Narrows Focus on ASCE-7-16 Impact on SkylightsA new task group, ASCE 7-16 Impact on Skylights White Paper Task Group (chair: John Westerfield [CrystaLite) has been formed by the Skylight/Sloped Glazing Codes and Regulatory Affairs Committee (First Officer: Paul Simony...

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Case Study: An Abundant use of Aluminum Windows in a Pre-Fab Home

Aluminum windows provide homeowners with a modern look and feel, due to their thin frames and clean lines that direct your eye to the interior space and exterior views. The Munday family, living in the San Francisco Bay Area, wanted their home to embrace their beautiful view and an indoor/outdoor living lifestyle. Photo credit: Leila Seppa

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Dean Lewis Has Retired from AAMA After 18 Years

A long-time staff member at the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) has retired. AAMA Technical Manager, Training and Education, Dean Lewis retired from the association as of the end of 2016.“AAMA membership and staff alike will miss the wealth of knowledge and history that Dean provided during his long tenure at AAMA,” said Rich Walker, AAMA President and CEO. “We’ll miss Dean the ‘answer man’ and his voice moderating the webinar series - two of Dean’s favorite responsibilities. Dean has been an integral part of...

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Case Study: Municipality Brings Natural Light into New Ashburn, VA Firehouse

Located about 20 miles outside of Washington D.C. in Ashburn, Virginia, an old firehouse served a heavily populated geographical area. Next to this original 65-year-old, 13,000-square-foot station, the fire company built an entirely new, 35,000-squarefoot, two-story building. Around 5,000 square feet of the original building was retrofitted to house a social hall.

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Case Study: After Fallen Tree Damages Cabin, New Fiberglass-Exterior Windows Withstand Elements

When a cabin suffered damage from a fallen tree along the Merced River Yosemite National Park area in California, the owners decided to rebuild it as a guest home for visiting friends and family. They identified their desired look as an English cottage style and brought in designer Jeanie Bartholomew to help with this vision. A civil engineer was also added to ensure the style could support the design.

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Case Study: Vinyl Windows at Mixed-Use Space Withstand Humidity, Maintain Visual Charm

City Place is a mixed-use development on a five acre site near the Brookhaven MARTA Station, outside metropolitan Atlanta. This Dekalb County development serves as the nucleus for the surrounding Brookhaven neighborhood, with pedestrian friendly sidewalks and a ground floor retail commercial focus.

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