Materials

Why to Include Glass Thickness in your Project Specifications

Materials

Why to Include Glass Thickness in your Project Specifications

About half of the specifications that we see at Bellwether have detailed glass descriptions that include glass thickness as part of the description. The other half are more general, making the determination of glass thickness the responsibility of the bidder. There are three reasons that you should include as much detail as possible about your

Design and Engineering/Materials

Construction Schedule Requirements for Custom Glazing Systems vs. Off-The-Shelf Systems

Design and Engineering/Materials

Construction Schedule Requirements for Custom Glazing Systems vs. Off-The-Shelf Systems

How to effectively plan your project, protect its design, and meet the construction schedule Creating custom glazing systems requires time, planning, and process that are unique to the project. Too often, as construction schedules and budgets get compressed, there is an assumption that the custom materials can be sped up accordingly. That’s unfortunately not always

Design and Engineering/Materials

The Two Most Important Questions Architects Can Ask Themselves When Designing Custom Glazing Systems

Design and Engineering/Materials

The Two Most Important Questions Architects Can Ask Themselves When Designing Custom Glazing Systems

Like it or not, budget limitations play a role in all construction projects – from cookie-cutter strip malls to the custom architecture and sophisticated design intent of a corporate headquarters building. It is rare to have an open checkbook on all systems within the building. So when you are developing your concept for that structural

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