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Neopariés Shines in BAM South Tower

In the heart of Brooklyn's cultural district rises the new, 32-story Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) South tower. Designed by Ten Arquitectos’ Enrique Norten with executive architect Ismael Leyva, the...


On Spec: A Construction Specifier Supplement

There’s more to fire-rated glazing than meets the eye. Learn the basics of this unique product offering, and how it has evolved into a multifaceted design solution....


Clearer View: A Door Security + Safety Supplement

Fire-rated glass doors were once easy to identify. Learn how they have evolved into high-performing, design-forward assemblies, fire-rated glass door basics, specification tips and more in TGP's Suppl...


Steel Curtain Wall System Sheds Light on Toronto's New Subway Station

Toronto, Ontario, is now home to the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC) Subway Station, a 13,300 square meter (143,160 sq. ft.) transit station that serves one of Canada’s fastest growing municipal...


San Francisco Office Receives Facelift

Located in the revitalized shipping district of San Francisco, a four-story warehouse-turned-office space underwent a massive facelift. At over 60,000 sq. ft., the building was in stark contrast amids...


University Fires Up New Facility with Seamless Spans of Fire-Rated Glazing

The Earth, Energy + Environment Center (EEEC) is one of the University of Kansas’ latest state-of-the-art educational buildings. The facility houses classrooms and laboratories for faculty, staff and ...


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