Monthly Archives: January 2012

Gathering Missing Information on Blast Design Projects Saves Time Many blast project specs do not provide enough information to come up with the equivalent 3-second blast design pressure from ASTM F2248. Glazing contractors can save time by requesting the following...
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Hogle Zoo Acquatic project The work JEI Structural Engineering did for the Hogle Zoo Acquatic project turned up some interesting research. We hope you’ll enjoy these videos. It really highlights the importance of excellent structural engineering as we considered all...
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The information provided on this page was published in e-glass weekly by a code consultant for the American Architectural Manufacturers Association www.aamanet.org on January 31, 2012.  Read full article here.   It’s an excellent summary of the code changes and recommended reading...
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Glass Solar Powered Highways – prototype Solar Roadways are being developed to pave roads with solar panels that you can drive on. Co-founder Scott Brusaw shows us an exclusive look at his most recent prototype. Glass Solar Powered Highways So Watch...
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