Monthly Archives: May 2012

published on May 15, 2012     http://roadtoglassbuildamerica.wordpress.com/ The Road Q&A – Getting insights from all angles of the show! In this edition we catch up with Carrie Jeske, Marketing & Project Development at JEI Structural Engineering. Right off the top, what...
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Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland JEI Structural Engineering completed design calculations for the sloped curtain wall and also sloped strip windows. For the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, working with Zahner. So Read more about JEI Structural Engineering work on this project....
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Hogle Zoo Rocky Shores Exhibit by JEI Structural Engineering JEI Structural Engineering completed the glass viewing exhibit window design for The Rock Shores exhibit includes polar bears, three grizzly bears, three seals, three sea lions, river otters and bald eagles,...
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The Future of Glass Technology Future Glass Technology. Here is a conceptual video created by. Corning Incorporated in “A day made of glass”. It goes through what would be your typical day scenario waking up at your beautiful luscious estate...
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Lion mistakes baby for zebra. Attacks glass. A lion at the Portland Oregon Zoo mistakes a baby in a black and white striped “zebra”  outfit. The dynamic analysis of impact on glass is so very, very important to animal viewing...
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Gorilla Breaks Glass at Atlanta Zoo Zoo Atlanta resident, Taz, a 360-pound gorilla that went ape. Frightened visitors and caused the closure of the gorilla viewing area. According to reports from the AJC and 11 Alive, the 20-year-old silver back...
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When Good Projects Go Bad – tips for glazing contractors These glazing scope items can mean the difference between a profitable job and a costly mistake By Anthony Callas April 30, 2012 A misunderstood or poorly documented glazing scope is...
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