Design and construction trends in large architectural glass projects…
and the latest technologies utilized to meet difficult performance criteria
The use of glass and aluminum for building enclosures is growing at a rapid rate. Energy codes continue to push the limits of conventional design, while condensed construction schedules continue to be a tendency. Today we will discuss the trends we see across the national market and the technologies available to meet these demands.
Note: This program is not approved for AIA continuing education
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Martin Gray is an Account Manager for Erie Architectural Products.Â As part the Erie team, Martin works with glazing contractors in the pursuit of new projects for the company.Â For strategic projects, Martin works with the design team to assist with technical challenges as it relates to the fenestration industry.
Throughout his 12+ year career at Erie, in addition to his Account Manager role, Martin held various roles within the company; including, drafting, project managing and estimating.
Martin enjoys almost all sports but primarily football. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and two elementary aged children, who keep him very busy when he returns home.
For strategic projects, Martin is available for project specific reviews and technical consultations. You can reach Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Sign-in & Lunch
- 12:00 - 1:30
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