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  • Achieving Truly Transparent Design with Fire Rated Butt-Glazed Walls (December 2016)
  • Don’t Get Caught in the 60 Minute Trap (August 2016)
  • IBC Clarifies Limitations and Code-Compliant Use of Fire Rated Glass (April 2016)
  • Fire Rated Doors: Standards, Testing and Glazing Requirements (December 2015)
  • Fire Rated Glass for 45 Minute Applications (September 2015)
  • Think Twice About Special Purpose Sprinklers (April 2015)
  • Glazing Assemblies Tested to Resist Forced Entry, Bullets, Blast and Radiant Heat (December 2014)
  • Reinventing Stairways to Promote Health and Productivity (September 2014)
  • Building With Glass in Hurricane Prone Zones (June 2014)
  • NFPA 80 Considers Annex Note to Clear Up Framing Confusion (March 2014)
  • Decoding Fire Rated Framing Requirements (December 2013)
  • Traditional Wired Glass Poses Liability Risk for School Districts, Private Schools and Architects (August 2013)
  • Fire Rated Glazing Codes in Healthcare Occupancies (April 2013)
  • Transparent Lab Walls Enhance Collaboration, Sustainability and Fire Safety (February 2013)
  • Code Requirements for 60-minute Fire Rated Applications (November 2012)
  • Using Fire Rated Glass in Sustainable Building Design (September 2012)
  • 2012 IBC and ADA Affect Vision Areas in Fire Doors and Exit Passageways (2012)
  • New IBC Marking System for Fire Rated Glass (July 2012)
  • Fire Rated Glass in School Settings (2012)
  • The IBC and Exterior Fire Rated Openings (March 2012)
  • Fire Rated Glass Blends Safety and Design (2011)
  • FAQ on Fire Rated Glass and Framing (October 2011)
  • Schools Replace Unsafe Wired Glass (2011)
  • 2012 IBC Clarifies Fire Rated Glass Applications (June 2011)
  • Wire Glass Considerations
  • Block Radiant Heat with Fire-Resistive Glazing (2010)
  • Limits on Glazing in 60 and 90 Minute Doors
  • Glazing Innovations Bring Light to Schools (June 2010)
  • Trends in School Renovation (January – March 2010)
  • Use Stimulus Money to Improve School Safety