Architects and Glazing Contractors – Watch Specs for Building Movement 3 Short Videos 1)  Building Movement On Curtain Wall  (5 min) Common specifications to watch with example details. 2)  Storefront Building Movement – Liability Issues for Architects and Glazing Contractors...
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Specifications For Building Movement – Architects and Glazing Contractors Be Aware 3 Short Videos 1)  Building Movement On Curtain Wall  (5 min) Common specifications to watch with example details. 2)  Storefront Building Movement – Liability Issues for Architects and Glazing...
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Glass Storefront Glazing Install and Engineering Challenges Learn what glazing project managers and architects need to know to prevent problems.   Glass Storefront Glazing Install and Engineering Challenges New Project Specs Require “Sealed Calculations” for storefronts.  (That’s engineering!) Most manufacture Wind load charts...
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Manufacturer Storefront Wind Load Manufacturer storefront wind load charts as produced by storefront manufactures are used by glazing contractors and sales reps for size and spacing during the pricing and planning stages of glazing projects.   In the past this has...
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  • Benefits of Pre-Engineering Storefront and Curtain Wall
Benefits of Pre-Engineering Storefront and Curtain Wall. Problems with the status quo Glazing contractors are relying on free information from manufacturers that is not comprehensive or specific to each project. Benefits To Pre-Engineering Get us involved early.  Benefits of Pre-Engineering Storefront...
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Building Enclosure Council (BEC-KC) Building Enclosure Council Glass and Glazing for Architects  The Building Enclosure Council of Kansas City is pleased to announce our next session on May 24th.  We will be gathering at 6pm with the presentation shortly afterwards. ...
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Many options exist today with bird safe glass that reduce bird fatalities. Why do birds fly into the window? Birds fly into windows because when they’re looking at the window, they’re seeing the reflection of sky or trees instead of a...
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Matt Gorny, EI does a nice job explaining and facilitating Window Thermal Analysis Calculations with the JEI Structural Engineering team. #thermal #engineering #window #calculations...
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Deflection Limits for Glass Rail & Glass Wind Screens by Stewart Jeske, P.E. Listen is as Stewart Jeske, PE and the JEI Structural Engineering team discuss Deflection Limits for Glass Rail & Glass Wind Screens. Glass Rail / Wind Screen...
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Curtain Wall Engineer Job JEI Structural Engineering is a next generation company where a curtain wall engineer job becomes a career.   Producing, long term structural engineers who thrive. Likewise, each curtain wall engineer manages 3- 8 projects at a time...
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