NGA Mid-Atlantic Chapter’s Annual Glass Expo

Tubelite exhibited at the National Glass Association’s (NGA’s) Mid-Atlantic Chapter‘s 26th Annual Glass Expo on Wed., April 17, 3-9 p.m. at Martin’s Crosswinds, Greenbelt, Maryland.

This is the mid-Atlantic region’s premier glass industry show and the only glass exposition in the Washington, D.C. area.

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DBIA Tradeshow Report

Tubelite exhibited at the Design Build Institute of America’s national conference in New Orleans on Nov. 7 – 9. Regional sales manager Terry Robinholt was present to speak with attendees and introduce some of Tubelite’s new products designed for hurricane resistant and blast resistant building codes. Terry reported that the show was well attended and that a significant number of good contacts were made. Tubelite’s sister company Wausau Window and Wall Systems also exhibited, and we are looking forward to next year’s conference in Las Vegas on Nov. 4 – 6.

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West Michigan Design and Construction Expo, Oct. 25

Tubelite will be exhibiting at West Michigan Design and Construction Expo, hosted by the Builders Exchange of Michigan and the Grand Rapids Chapter of the Construction Specification Institute (CSI Grand Rapids).

The event will be held, Oct. 25, 1-7 p.m., at the Deltaplex Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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Glassbuild America in Las Vegas

Tubelite’s booth staff at Glassbuild America in Las Vegas: Steve Green, Mary Olivier, Stacy Schafer and Walt Lutzke welcomed many current customers and several prospective new accounts during the three days of the show, September 12, 13 and 14th. Some of the products featured in this year’s display included Tubelite’s ForceFront Blast and Storm resistant framing, and 400 Series Curtain Wall for increased thermal performance. 

Tubelite’s ForceFront Storm Door was demonstrated onn the show floor with an impact test performed by Architectural Testing Inc. The doors and glass successfully withstood a large missle impact.

(L to R) Stacy Schafer, Steve Green, Walt Lutzke and Mary Olivier

The crowd watches the impact test performed by Architectural Testing Inc.

Tubelite door showing the results of a large missile impact.

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