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Net-zero-ready Colorado office showcases modern design and high performance with thermal curtainwall and window wall

Vaisala, a Finnish company and global leader in weather, environmental and industrial measurements, recently opened its new North American headquarters in Louisville, Colorado. Designed by OZ Architecture of Denver, the office building blends Scandinavian style and sustainable, net-zero-ready functionality. Tubelite Inc.’s curtainwall and window wall systems contribute to the building’s crisp, modern, minimalist, high-performance design. Thermally broken aluminum framing, low-e insulated glass and Tubelite’s PTB120 Thermal Pressure Plate supplied by Deceuninck further support the building envelope’s sustainability and energy-efficiency goals.

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Plotnick named commercial account manager for Vitro Architectural Glass for Metro New York, New England and Europe

Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) announced that Daniel Plotnick has been appointed as commercial account manager for the New England/Metro New York City region in the U.S. as well as all of Europe. “Daniel has vast experience building sales teams across multiple geographies,” said Dan Stipetich, sales director, eastern region, Vitro Architectural Glass. “His strong commercial background, combined with his skill in sales and marketing in the curtainwall and commercial building markets will provide immediate impact in his sales regions.”

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University’s new aquatics center achieves LEED Gold with Tubelite

To realize the project’s aesthetic, performance and sustainability goals, glazing contractor B&B Glass, Inc. installed Tubelite Inc.’s high-performance 400CW Series Curtainwall, T14000 Series Storefront and Wide Stile Entrance systems. Contractor and LEED consultant, The Beck Group, led the project’s 20-month construction.

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Contemporary, curvy curtainwall creates comfortable, sustainable, luxury residences using Technoform’s thermal barrier strip and warm edge spacer

Designed by Pappageorge Haymes Partners, 465 North Park Apartments’ curved, jewel-like exterior is comprised of several EFCO products. EFCO relied on a combination of Technoform’s polyamide thermal barrier and plastic hybrid stainless steel (PHSS) warm edge TGI®-Spacer M to meet the project’s specified aesthetics, thermal performance, durability and sustainability.

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181 Fremont in San Francisco, engineered to be the most resilient tall condominium on the West Coast

Pre-certified as LEED-Platinum and engineered to be the most resilient tall condominium on the West Coast, 181 Fremont features a distinctive sawtooth curtainwall design which also acts as a passive solar control system. To supplement the design, window mullions are angled to promote additional solar shading as the sun crosses the building’s face each day.

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Paul Drake named as Tubelite client development manager for Kentucky

Tubelite Inc. has named Paul Drake as client development manager serving the market in Kentucky. He reports directly to Tubelite’s regional sales manager, Patrick Daniels. They work closely with glazing contractors and architectural teams to provide assistance with storefront, curtainwall, entrances and daylight control systems.

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Architectural glass is a key ingredient for new McCormick headquarters

McCormick’s new global headquarters’ 50,000-square-foot, seven-floor building features nearly 85,000 square feet of glass fabricated by JEB. STUDIOS Architecture designed the base building to be sleek, modern, and energy efficient. The four-year project involved stripping an existing utilitarian building down to its concrete and steel structure, adding a refined glass curtainwall, and carving out a central atrium to provide natural daylighting.

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Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative’s new headquarters features Tubelite’s curtainwall and storefront

Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative recently opened its new headquarters in Williston, North Dakota, featuring an expansive curtainwall from Tubelite. The four-story, 85,000-square-foot building was designed by JLG Architects to achieve a LEED® Gold certification with an emphasis on highlighting the efficient use of electricity, while creating a beacon for MWEC on the north side of Williston.

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