Glass Magazine Award Winners Announced
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 10, 2012
Glass Magazine has announced the winners in the 2012 Glass Magazine Award product and project categories. Formerly known as the Crystal Achievement Awards, the prestigious glass and metal industry awards program recognizes the best products and glass applications the commercial, retail and fabrication markets have to offer.
Online, industry‐wide voting is currently underway for the newly introduced people component of the Glass Magazine Awards recognizing the industry’s best installer, production supervisor, project manager and sales rep. Winners in these categories will be announced in the September 2012 issue of Glass Magazine. To read about the winners, visit 2012 Glass Magazine Award Winners
Winners in the product and project categories were selected by a panel of judges representing all segments of the glass industry.
"In spite of a tentative economy, there is still plenty of innovation and creativity being realized in built form," says Glass Magazine Award Judge John Stephenson, design director for Richard Wittschiebe Hand Architects, Atlanta.
Adds Judge James Whaley, vice president and general manager for Curtainwall Services Inc., Elmhurst, Ill., "When given the opportunity to truly be creative in this challenging and evolving industry, it never fails to amaze me how far we can reach, and even more, how far we have come."
Special thanks go to Glass Magazine Award sponsor GGI, Secaucus, N.J., for producing the 2012 Glass Magazine Award plaques, and to C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles, for supplying the hardware.
Featured in the July 10 edition of e‐glass weekly, the July 2012 issue of Glass Magazine, and on GlassMagazine.com, the 2012 Glass Magazine Award project and product winners are:
Kauffman Center of the Performing Arts
Novum Structures LLC
Most innovative curtain‐wall project
3M VHB Structural Glazing Tape
Most innovative curtain‐wall system or component
Most innovative decorative glass project, commercial exterior
St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort
NGI Designer Glass Inc.
Most innovative decorative glass project, commercial interior
Slump glass wall
Interior Glass Design
Most innovative decorative glass project, residential
OnlyGlass MediaFaçade Panel
APG International Inc. / OnlyGlass MediaFacade GmbH
Most innovative decorative glass product
Constantine N. Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building self‐supporting helical stair
Anvil Craft Corp.
Most innovative interior glass project, commercial
Frameless Elevator Shaft and Glass Stairway
Giroux Glass Inc.
Most innovative interior glass project, residential
The Bow, EnCana Corporate Headquarters
Zeidler Partnership Architects
Most innovative energy efficient glass project
Guardian SunGuard IS 20
Most innovative energy efficient glass product
Most innovative solar product
Henry M. Jackson Federal Building
Hartung Glass Industries / Walters & Wolf
Most innovative protective glazing project
EnerGsave G‐500 Window Series
Peerless Products Inc.
Most innovative commercial window
Double Bi‐fold Design
Wilson Glass Co.
Most innovative bath enclosure project
Serenity Series Frameless Shower Door System
C.R. Laurence Co., Inc.
Most innovative bath enclosure product
SpyderCrane Sales LLC
Most innovative machinery or equipment
Quanex Building Products Corp.
Most innovative website
"Define Your Style" Quiz
Basco Shower Enclosures
Most innovative electronic resource
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