Posts Tagged ‘ impact glass ’

Driven by Emotion, McCrary-Tokes Finds Success in Life and Business

May 29th, 2019

Love isn’t a word you often expect to be associated with business or politics. But from the impact-rated window company she’s helped to make successful, to the lives she’s changed through legislative initiatives, Lisa McCrary-Tokes says that’s what’s driven her. As chief marketing director of Armorvue Window and Door, McCrary-Tokes was recently awarded the Sun […]

A Look at How Glass is Holding up During Natural Disasters

Mar 7th, 2018

Impact glazing has evolved immensely throughout the past three decades, yet the industry still has more work to do according to Kishor Mehta, wind engineering expert and professor at Texas Tech University. He held a panel about managing risk and growth in response to natural events at this week’s 2018 Building Envelope Contractors (BEC) Conference […]

Schools Focus on Glass after Parkland Shooting

Mar 1st, 2018

Glass does more than provide natural lighting and views. It acts as a barrier from heat, cold temperatures, high-speed winds, debris — and bullets. After tragedies like the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., some school administrators and parents look at glass as […]