Tubelite’s LEED Professionals Share Sustainable Design Knowledge

As members of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Tubelite Inc. supports building projects that are designed and constructed to meet LEED® Rating Systems’ criteria. Exemplifying the company’s commitment to sustainable design, Tom Minnon, eastern regional sales manager, and Brian Tobias, estimator, are LEED Accredited Professionals. Gerard Schoeb, a structural [ Read More... ]

2020-05-02T00:09:36-04:00September 6th, 2012|Personnel, Shared Learnings|

Shared Learnings: Controlling Storefront and Curtainwall Water Infiltration

by Tom Minnon, LEED® AP, CDT, Eastern Region Sales Manager for Tubelite Inc. Most architectural aluminum glazing systems are not designed to be totally waterproof. Rather, most systems are designed to control water infiltration under extreme conditions and weep that water back to the exterior. Storefront and curtainwall systems differ [ Read More... ]

2020-05-02T00:24:54-04:00June 27th, 2012|Shared Learnings|

Shared Learnings: AIA 2012 Preview

by Tom Minnon, LEED® AP, CDT, Eastern Region Sales Manager for Tubelite Inc. As the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition opens in Washington, D.C., exhibitors will be showcasing new technology and products for use in the glass and glazing industry. One focal point will [ Read More... ]

2020-05-02T00:26:16-04:00May 17th, 2012|Shared Learnings|

Shared Learnings: Thermal Barriers

by Tom Minnon, LEED® AP, CDT, Eastern Region Sales Manager for Tubelite Inc. Aluminum remains the framing material of choice for architectural fenestration products used in non-residential applications. Aluminum has many excellent qualities from recyclability to engineering versatility to corrosion resistance. It also is an excellent conductor of temperature. Adding [ Read More... ]

2020-05-02T00:49:53-04:00March 21st, 2012|Shared Learnings|

Shared Learnings: U-Factors

by Tom Minnon, LEED® AP, CDT, Eastern Region Sales Manager for Tubelite Inc. Energy efficiency and occupant comfort are two key criteria in designing green buildings, especially for projects seeking LEED® certification. Contributing to these goals, thermal performance will continue to be an essential factor in the upcoming International Green [ Read More... ]

2012-02-15T09:51:25-05:00February 15th, 2012|Shared Learnings|