GANA Fall Conference to Feature Session by Paul Duffer
August 22, 2012

The upcoming Glass Association of North America's (GANA) Fall Conference, scheduled for September 18-22 at the Hilton Chicago, will feature a session by industry consultant Paul Duffer. Duffer's presentation, titled "Glass Surface Problems and Solutions," will discuss a variety of issues, including the ongoing discussion of window cleaning issues.

GANA has been working with the International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA) on a joint task group to create a series of Glass Informational Bulletins and a new ASTM standard on glass cleaning.

"The best technical minds in the glass and glazing industry come together in September at GANA's Fall Conference in Chicago," says GANA president Jay Phillips of Guardian Industries Corp. "These working meetings define our industry standards and provide recommendations for the appropriate use of glass to the design and construction communities. Many critical issues will be discussed, including the appropriate glass for balconies, realistic daylighting recommendations, life cycle analysis of glass products and defending the use of glass and glazing in commercial buildings. By attending Fall Conference, you help shape our industry and ensure your interests are heard."

Registration for the GANA Fall Conference is available online.

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