April 20, 2016
International Centre, Mississauga, Ontario
Top Glass returns April 20 with an exclusive learning program for the Canadian architectural glass industry.
Top Glass, Canada’s event for the industrial, commercial and institutional architectural glass industry, will once again feature a full-day program of educational seminars and glazing technology displays on April 20 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ont. The conference will also feature the presentation of the Ontario Glass and Metal Association’s 2015 Awards of Excellence for execution and design in the glass building envelope trade. Top Glass seminars are listed by the Ontario Association of Architects as qualifying attendees for structured learning credits. Admission and parking are free.
“Top Glass has grown again this year from its very promising start in 2014,” commented Danielle Labrie, event manager. “We sold out exhibit space more than two months before the show date and had to add room at the venue. I think the opportunity for architects and architectural technologists to get four learning credits in one day has been a big draw.”
Speakers and topics
- Vacuum Insulating Glass: Standards in emerging technology – presented by Bill Lingnell, IGMA technical consultant
- Window Wall: Fundamental flaws and smart solutions – presented by George Torok of Morrison Hershfield
- The Longevity Equation: Common modes of failure in insulating glass units and what to do about them – presented by Brian Hubbs of RDH Building Science
- Laminar Glass Bonding: Innovations in non-mechanical glass fixation – presented by Werner Wagner of Sika
Each presentation is an hour long with a Q&A opportunity. Certificates of attendance will be issued to attendees on request.
Each year, the Ontario Glass and Metal Association recognizes outstanding performance by two Ontario member companies. Awards of Excellence are presented in two categories: Excellence in Architectural Glass and Metal Design and Excellence in Architectural Glass and Metal Execution. The presentation will take place in the Top Glass lecture theatre.
Over 40 of Canada’s leading suppliers to the architectural glass industry will display their latest technology at Top Glass. Glass, glass handling systems, sealants, hardware, financial solutions, insulating glass supplies, window profiles, curtainwall, fabrication equipment and much more will all be on hand. Top Glass displays are of interest to glass fabricators, glazing contractors, architects and building engineers alike.
RPM Rollformed Metal Products
Canadian Glass Association
Construction Specifications Canada – Toronto Chapter
Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance
Ontario Glass and Metal Association
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