Styling with fire-rated glass

Styling with fire-rated glass

The last few decades have witnessed an explosion of innovation in fire-rated glass, glazing, and framing materials. Today’s product range offers options that surpass traditional wired glass in fire performance and provides a variety of appearances that contributes to and enhances the overall design of fire-rated separation.
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International firm RMJM’s initiative seeks to help architects affected by COVID-19

International architecture firm RMJM has created a database to ensure architects can keep working amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Ontario suspends all non-essential construction work to stop the spread of COVID-19

The Ontario government has closed all non-essential construction work in the province to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
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Wired glass to lose its safety designation

Since 1990, wired glass has been the sole material cited in the National Building Code (NBC) for safety glazing in fire-rated applications. This is going to change soon. The change will have major implications for designers and contractors working with fire-rated glazing materials.
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