Tag: Glass Expo Northeast

  • Long Time No See: GENE Back on Long Island

    Long Time No See: GENE Back on Long Island

    It has been three years since Glass Expo Northeast™ took place in March 2019, which opened April 6 at the Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, N.Y. The event brought together industry colleagues anxious to see and learn from each other. The COVID-19 pandemic had forced the event, which is co-sponsored by USGlass magazine and the Long…

  • GENE ’22: Back and Booming

    GENE ’22: Back and Booming

    Glass Expo Northeast (GENE) ‘22 is in the books. Co-sponsored by USGlass magazine and the Long Island Glass Association, the event attracted nearly 1,500 attendees. USGlass magazine publisher Debra Levy began the second and final day by moderating a panel prompted by two years of COVID crisis and supply chain obstacles. Take a Seat  Crisis Aftermath –…

  • Back Together Again: The Glass Expo Northeast Finale

    Back Together Again: The Glass Expo Northeast Finale

    GENE’s comeback is complete, and what a return it was. We talked with Howard Cohen, president of the Long Island Glass Association and several other exhibitors to get their take on the event.

  • Fighting Against Hurricanes with Glass Expo Northeast ‘22™ “Aluminum Glazing Systems” Seminar

    The New York area is no stranger to hurricane season. Glass Expo Northeast™ ’22 (GENE) is offering “Hurricane Impact Resistance with Aluminum Glazing Systems,” an AIA-accredited seminar on April 6, at 11:30 a.m. in Uniondale, N.Y. This session is essential for those in the glazing industry to understand the vital impacts of glazing failures at the…

  • Busy in the Big Apple

    I’m still settling back in to life in the office after a whirlwind week recently in New York, and let me tell you … what a week it was. This trip began with an early morning flight and didn’t stop until I made it home on Friday night. There were companies to visit, seminars to…

  • Never too Old to Learn

    I think the question “how was your day?” is probably one of the worst ones to ask a child. Why? Because probably a good 95 percent of the time the answer is “Good.” In the case of my own child, I’ve started to move away from these simple, one-word-answer questions, and have started to ask…

  • Architects’ Forum 2015 Opens Tomorrow

    Architects’ Forum™ 2015, organized by the Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal magazine, opens tomorrow at the Hyatt Regency Long Island in Hauppauge (Long Island), N.Y. The day-long program, designed specifically with the educational needs of architects in mind, offers five presentations on a variety of glass and glazing topics. Attending architects will earn continuing…

  • Architects’ Forum™: 5 CEUs, Quality Glass Education and Much More

    We know how busy an architect’s day can be, and that is why we are making this day worth every minute. Come learn from glass industry experts while receiving up to five learning units on all architectural glass has to offer. Architects’ Forum is almost here and the below sessions are topics on which your…

  • Architects’ Forum™ 2015 Pre-Registration Ends Soon

    Architects’ Forum™ 2015 Pre-Registration Ends Soon

    Pre-registration is still open for Architects’ Forum ™ 2015. Sponsored and organized by the Architect’s Guide to Glass & Metal magazine, Architects’ Forum is returning to Long Island (Hauppauge), N.Y., April 23. The 2015 event will provide architects the opportunity to stay up-to-date on developments, technologies and trends all related to architectural glass and glazing…

  • Attend Architects’ Forum™ 2015 and Gain Free Admission to Glass Expo Northeast™

    As an added bonus to all Architects’ Forum™ 2015 attendees, your registration not only provides you with the opportunity to earn numerous continuing education credits and network with top suppliers and industry peers, but also includes complimentary entry into the Glass Expo Northeast™ tradeshow (held concurrently) and access to the Welcoming Cocktail Party on the…