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Current Issue: Oct/Nov 2020

Innovation in Crisis

How fenestration companies have protected employees and customers, developed solutions for the industry, and given back to their communities during the pandemic.

State of the Market

Public companies in the window and door industry reported strong performance in the third quarter of 2020. The mergers and acquisitions market too saw only a temporary 2020 slowdown. What to expect from M&A activity in 2021 and beyond.

The Force Majeure Clause, Version 2.0

Contractual force majeure provisions should address the effects of overall uncertainty that exist between a contract’s parties.

NGA Extends GlassBuild Connect Through 2020

Products, webinars and demonstrations to remain available on-demand for the balance of the year.

Developing a Passive House Line

Insights on developing a high-performance window system.

Booting Up

Do more with less: How to adopt new software and digital technologies.

One Expectation for 2021: This Year Must be Better Than Last

While 2020 came to an end, the start of 2021 has not looked much different just yet―but I am remaining patient because, thanks to the breakthroughs happening worldwide in terms of vaccine distribution and therapeutics, the light at the end of the…

How Video Can Help Launch New Products

How to successfully launch a new building product in the midst of COVID-19.

9 Things to Know on the Legislative and Regulatory Landscape

During GlassBuild Connect in September, Jeff Inks, vice president, advocacy, and Kevin McKenney, director of government affairs, both with the Window and Door Manufacturers Association, examined key issues facing Washington and the industry as a…

A Rollercoaster of a Year

Companies describe some of the best business conditions they’ve ever seen, period. In many cases, they have more than rebounded from unsettling and low times earlier this year. Although there doesn’t appear to be a shortage of work anytime soon,…