Garibaldi Wins 2011 Crystal Achievement Award
Glass Magazine Names 2011 Crystal Achievement Award Winners
WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 7, 2011
Glass Magazine has announced its 2011 Crystal Achievement Award winners. Selected by a panel of judges representing all segments of the glass industry, the awards recognize the best products and glass applications the commercial, retail and fabrication markets have to offer.
“The level of competition this year … shows a tremendous effort within our industry to continue to push the boundaries, while still providing quality on all levels to satisfy the architectural community, as well as building ownership,” says 2011 Crystal Achievement Award Judge Les Young, project manager, W&W Glass LLC, Nanuet, N.Y.
“I’m really glad to see the unique qualities of glass being used in so many different ways,” says fellow Judge John Stephenson, design director, Richard Wittschiebe Hand Architects, Atlanta. “It is great to know the [glass industry’s] innovation, technology and special expertise is continuing at a rapid pace.”
Special thanks go to Crystal Achievement Award sponsor GGI, Secaucus, N.J., for producing the 2011 Crystal Achievement Award plaques, and to C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles, for supplying the hardware.
Featured in the Sept. 6 edition of e‐glass weekly, the September 2011 issue of Glass Magazine, and on GlassMagazine.com, the 2011 Crystal Achievement Award winners are:
GARIBALDI GLASS INDUSTRIES HEADQUARTERS,
Garibaldi Glass Industries
Burnaby, British Columbia
Most innovative factory
OTTAWA CONVENTION CENTRE
Novum Structures LLC
Most innovative curtain wall project
CLEARWALL CURTAIN WALL
Most innovative curtain wall product
CONSOL ENERGY CENTER
Universal Glass and Metals Inc. / D‐M Products
Most innovative energy efficient glass project
ORNILUX BIRD PROTECTION GLASS
Most innovative energy efficient glass product
1450 BRICKELL AVE., MIAMI
Most innovative protective glazing project
101 NORTH WACKER DRIVE, CHICAGO
Curtainwall Services Inc.
Most innovative nonresidential retrofit project
POTOMAC YARDS MARRIOTT RENAISSANCE AND RESIDENCE INN
Pioneer Cladding and Glazing Systems LLC / Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope
Most innovative storefront/entrance project
NANAWALL HSW60 VANISHING SINGLE TRACK SLIDING SYSTEM
Most innovative storefront/entrance product
Peerless Products Inc.
Most innovative commercial window
GALT HOUSE/LOUISVILLE ARENA PEDWAY
Architectural Glass Art Inc.
Most innovative nonresidential exterior decorative glass project
FEATURE WALLS, FRICK CHEMISTRY LAB, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Paul Housberg, Glass Project Inc.
Most innovative nonresidential interior decorative glass project
Jockimo Inc. / Innovative Glass Works
Most innovative residential decorative glass project
Coverings Etc. Inc.
Most innovative decorative glass product
‘BEETLEJUICE’ CANTILEVERED FLOATING STAIR
Giroux Glass Inc.
Most innovative interior glass project
KIDNEY‐SHAPED CUSTOM STEAM SHOWER
Glassolutions Unlimited Corp.
Most innovative bath enclosure project
RODA BY BASCO
Most innovative bath enclosure product
CUSTOM, ARTICULATING POINT‐MOUNT GLASS BRACKET
Custom Components Co. LLC
Most innovative hardware
Most innovative equipment
SOLAR REFLECTIVITY ANALYSIS
CDC Curtainwall Design & Consulting
Most innovative software
Most innovative software
TRAINOR GLASS CO.
Most innovative Web site, large company
GLASS PROJECT INC.
Most innovative Web site, medium or small company
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