A Glazier is a tradesman who installs glass products from a single pane to dual glazed glass called sealed units. They also install aluminum storefronts , curtainwalls, glass doors and many other products. The members of this union have been servicing St. Louis since 1899. Related Photos View all Pictures
Through hard work and determination IWRNA has achieved what hopefully will become the standard in our region. The North American Contractor Certification (NACC) has been certifying companies for some time now and gives the end user confidence that each company follows a certain set of guidelines for quality assurance. Even in this challenging time of the Covid-19, IWR’s dedication to becoming the best glazing contractor possible has shown in the completed work in the St Louis region. Some of the…
” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Labor Day marks the end of Summer (unofficially) and once again we celebrated our holiday that honors the hard work and sacrifices of the men and women of organized labor. Our families love to come together and celebrate our accomplishments. This year was another great turnout and we enjoyed a nice breakfast while we waited for the parade to start due to our place in line #22.
Members of Glaziers Local 513 are installing a glass elevator enclosure at the Washington University Campus in West St Louis. The Glaziers worked together with members of IUEC Local #3 (Elevator Constructors Union) to get the highest quality product for their customer. McCarthy Construction is the General Contractor of the project. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
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https://www.facebook.com/TheLMCI/videos/1710385809005927/ The US economy is booming and the forecast for glazing projects are projected to be very high. The need for qualified and certified glaziers will grow by leaps and bounds over the next five years. Some economists project a 30% growth in the current number of glaziers across the US.