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EVENT HIGHLIGHTSBEC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE The BEC Technical Committee is a standing committee within the Glass Association of North America. Both members and non-members are welcome and encouraged to attend this opening session of the conference. SUNDAYWELCOME RECEPTION Eat drink and be merry as we celebrate the start of our 20th BEC Conference! SUNDAYTAKE 5 PRESENTATIONSGet the latest insights on the products and services that can take glass and glazing to a new level. These 5-minute presentations will take place throughout the conference!MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY TUESDAYJOHNNY BENCHKEYNOTE SPEAKERElected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in January 1989, Bench is considered Baseballs Greatest Catcher and was named the starter behind the plate of the All-Century Team. His successes include National League Rookie of the Year (1968), National League Most Valuable Players (1970, 72), back-to-back World Series Championships with the Big Red Machine (1975, 76), World Series MVP (1976), 14-time All-Star, and 10 Gold Gloves. Johnny will share his Vowels for Success!Peggy Stevens is the founder and president of Peggy Noe Stevens & Associates. Her company specializes in professional brand assessment and strategy for both people and places. Ms. Stevens approach conveys powerfully targeted brand messaging through environments while building confidence, self-awareness and professional presence in employees. Peggy brings a gracious, fresh and relevant approach to establishing image.Kai-Uwe Bergmann is a Partner at BIG who brings his expertise to proposals around the globe, including work in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Kai-Uwe heads up BIGs business development which currently has the office working in 20 different countries. Registered as an architect in the USA and Canada, Kai-Uwe most recently contributed to the resiliency plan BIG U to protect 10 miles of Manhattans coastline. Serge Martin brings over 20 years of glass industry experience in the field of marketing, strategic planning and business development. Mr. Martin, who holds a Masters in Engineering, Business and Management, began his career as a product manager for AGC Glass Europe and then occupied various positions in sales and coated, laminated and fabricated glass products. In 2007, he joined the leadership team of AGC Glass North America and is VP of Marketing, Building & Industrial Products. SERGE MARTINFEATURED SPEAKERKAI-UWE BERGMANNFEATURED SPEAKERPEGGY NOE STEVENSFEATURED SPEAKERNETWORKING RECEPTION Cap off day two of the BEC Conference with cocktails and a chance to talk further with fellow attendees.MONDAYWelcome to Caesars Palace, home of GANAs 2016 BEC Conference. This three-day event is your chance to make new connections, discuss challenges and trends in the glass and glazing industry and celebrate innovation. We hope you enjoy this years program. If you have any questions, please visit the registration desk or look for a staff person wearing the GANA logo. #BEC2016SCHEDULE OVERVIEWFEBRUARY 21, 2016 SUNDAY2:00 PM - 8:00 PM REGISTRATION DESK OFFICE 83:00 PM - 5:00 PM BEC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE MEETING OCTAVIUS 7-106:00 PM - 8:00 PM WELCOME RECEPTION OCTAVIUS 11-15 Sponsored by ViraconFEBRUARY 22, 2016 MONDAY6:30 AM - 8:00 PM REGISTRATION DESK OFFICE 87:00 AM - 7:45 AM BREAKFAST & TRADE SHOW (SET-UP) OCTAVIUS 24/25 OCTAVIUS 258:00 AM WELCOME OCTAVIUS 25 Jon Kimberlain, Dow Corning Corp. & GANA BEC Division Chair Bill Yanek, GANA Executive Vice President8:15 AM STATE OF THE GLASS & GLAZING INDUSTRY OCTAVIUS 25 Serge Martin, AGC Glass Company 9:00 AM TAKE 5: ERDMAN AUTOMATION CORP. OCTAVIUS 259:05 AM NEW WINDLOAD PROVISIONS CAUSING A FLURRY? OCTAVIUS 25 NAIL YOUR PROPOSAL NOW Tony Childress, Childress Engineering Services 10:05 AM TAKE 5: TREMCO COMMERCIAL SEALANTS & WATERPROOFING OCTAVIUS 2510:10 AM MORNING COMMUNICATIONS BREAK & TRADE SHOW OCTAVIUS 25 Sponsored by AGC Glass Company 10:40 AM DESIGN & FABRICATION OF OVERSIZED GLASS OCTAVIUS 25 Panelists: James Cole, AGNORA Jeff Haber, W&W Glass, LLC Kelly Schuller, Viracon Moderator: Jon Kimberlain, Dow Corning Corp.11:30 AM TAKE 5: KURARAY OCTAVIUS 2511:35 AM LUNCH & TRADE SHOW OCTAVIUS 24/251:00 PM TAKE 5: QUANEX BUILDING PRODUCTS OCTAVIUS 251:05 PM GLAZING CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION OCTAVIUS 25 Panelists: Jeff Dalaba, Administrative Management Systems, Inc. Jim Stathopolous, Ajay Glass David Stutzman, Conspectus, Inc. Moderator: Max Perilstein, Sole Source Consultants1:35 PM TAKE 5: KAWNEER COMPANY OCTAVIUS 251:40 PM GANA CODES UPDATE OCTAVIUS 25 Tom Culp, GANA Energy Consultant Birchpoint Consulting SCHEDULE OVERVIEWFEBRUARY 22, 2016 (CONT.)MONDAY2:05 PM GANA TECHNICAL UPDATE OCTAVIUS 25 Urmilla Sowell, GANA Technical Director2:25 PM BEER BREAK & TRADE SHOW OCTAVIUS 25 Sponsored by W&W Glass, LLC 2:55 PM INNOVATION IN THE INDUSTRY OCTAVIUS 25 Kai-Uwe Bergmann, BIG 3:50 PM TAKE 5: TECNOGLASS OCTAVIUS 254:00 PM THE VOWELS OF SUCCESS OCTAVIUS 25 Johnny Bench, Motivational Speaker, Former MLB Catcher for the Cincinnati Reds MLB Hall of Fame Inductee Sponsored by Guardian Industries Corp. 5:00 PM NETWORKING RECEPTION OCTAVIUS 25 FEBRUARY 23, 2016TUESDAY7:00 AM - 11:00 AM REGISTRATION DESK OFFICE 87:00 AM BREAKFAST & TRADE SHOW OCTAVIUS 24/25 8:00 AM CONTRACT GLAZIER BUSINESS TOPIC: OCTAVIUS 25 PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL BRANDING (PART I) Peggy Noe Stevens, Peggy Noe Stevens & Associates Sponsored by Kawneer Company9:25 AM TAKE 5: KAWNEER OCTAVIUS 259:30 AM COMMUNICATIONS BREAK & TRADE SHOW OCTAVIUS 25 10:00 AM JE BERKOWITZ OCTAVIUS 2510:05 AM PROFESSIONAL & PERSONAL BRANDING (PART II) OCTAVIUS 25 Peggy Noe Stevens, Peggy Noe Stevens & Associates Sponsored by Kawneer Company #BEC2016EXHIBITORS1. VITRUM GLASS GROUP2. GRACO, INC.3. D.A. GLASS AMERICA4. JE BERKOWITZ5. ERDMAN AUTOMATION CORP.6. ENSINGER7. SAPA EXTRUSION NORTH AMERICA8. TREMCO COMMERCIAL SEALANTS & WATERPROOFING9. IMAGING SCIENCES10. 3M11. GUARDIAN INDUSTRIES CORP.12. CRL-US ALUMINUM13. SIKA CORP14. ERGO ROBOTIC SOLUTIONS15. SAGEGLASS16. MOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE MATERIALS17. QUANEX BUILDING PRODUCTS18. USGLASS MAGAZINEBEC TECHNICAL COMMITTEEBEC DIVISION HIGHLIGHTSThe GANA Building Envelope Contractors Division provides essential leadership in the glass and glazing industry. The BEC Division provides continuous education on critical issues and facilitates the exchange of information among industry leaders and stakeholders. Being a part of the GANA BEC Division means staying informed and getting a voice in the industry! Check out these great industry resources developed through the collaboration of industry experts.GLASS INFORMATIONAL BULLETINS (GIBS)The Top 10 Items Commonly Missing from Fenestration System Shop DrawingsSafety Guidelines for Deglazing Structural SiliconeKey Elements of Fenestration System Shop DrawingsBid Considerations for Contract Glazing ProfessionalsMANUALS & EDUCATIONAL RESOURCESGANA Blue Print Reading CourseGANA Project Managers Reference ManualGANA Sealant Manual#BEC2016WWW.GLASSWEBSITE.COMBECOME A MEMBER OF THE GANA BEC DIVISION TODAYATTENDEESMEMBER-CONTRACT GLAZIERACE GLASSLittle Rock, AR Courtney LittleAKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC.San Diego, CA Gabriel Morales-SadaRochester Hills, MI Bruce CarriereDelaware, OH Jeffrey CattellColumbus, OH Chad Fletcher Ben MitchellAJAY GLASS COMPANYCanandaigua, NY Steve StathopoulosALUMINUM CURTAINWALLSYSTEMS INC.Kamloops, BC Gary Lawrence Regan LoehrANCHOR VENTANA GLASSRound Rock, TX Richard Danek Felix MunsonAPG INTERNATIONAL, INC.Glassboro, NJ Dirk SchulteBRIN CONTRACT GLAZINGMinneapolis, MN Scott Ide Bill SullivanCDC, INC./CURTAIN WALL DESIGN & CONSULTING, INC.Dallas, TX Lonnie Herbst Thomas Hutley Romel Naval Marty ScarboroughMEMBER-CONTRACT GLAZIERCHILDRESS ENGINEERING SERVICESRichardson, TX James Blosel John RoviD-M PRODUCTS, INC.Bethel Park, PA Tim Mackin Mike MacurakGIROUX GLASS, INC.Los Angeles, CA Chris Bonnet` Robert (Bob) Burkhammer Bob LinfordLas Vegas, NV Stephanie LambLCG FACADESSalt Lake City, UT Ted Derby Shawn Grams Brandt StrongMID-STATES GLASS AND METAL INC.Niles, IL Mark Kon Bill Labuz Lisa Kon Gina Labuz James Labuz Ann LabuzNATIONAL GLASS & METAL CO., INC.Horsham, PA Michael Clabbers Joseph ClabbersNUPRESS FACADESWoodbridge, ON Arthur Huard Mark KoraboOAHU METAL & GLAZINGHonolulu, HI Christopher KnitterMEMBER-CONTRACT GLAZIEROAK CLIFF MIRROR AND GLASSDallas, TX Danny Goode Sam Hill William MillsOVERHEAD DOOR COMPANYOF CASPER, INC.Casper, WY Justin Parmely Bryan VandalPHYSICAL SECURITY, LLCBessemer, AL Trevor Barnett Rob Grosze Jerome SnipesPIONEER CLADDING & GLAZING SYSTEMSMason, OH Ross Estabrook Tom Heinold Coleman Jones Roger Kramer Paul RobinsonTRIUMPH ENGINEERINGAppleton, WI Marcia HarrisW&W GLASS, LLC - SPONSORNanuet, NY Allen Davidson Peter Elliott Jerry Haber Howard Haber Robert PaalWALTERS & WOLFMukilteo, WA Tracy RobbinsMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHER3MSaint Paul, MN Steve Austin Brent BystromACCESS HARDWARE SUPPLYSan Leandro, CA Brian AvantsAGC GLASS COMPANY - SPONSORAlpharetta, GA Brad BartleyCumming, GA Gus TrupianoMooresville, NC Meghan Beach Alice Dickerson Rodger RuffARCHITECTURAL TESTING, INC.Fresno, CA Tyler WesterlingATLAS SUPPLY, INC.Seattle, WA Tony MazzaCONSOLIDATED GLASS HOLDINGS (CGH)East Butler, PA Paul Cody Mark LevineD.A. GLASS AMERICACalumet, MI Brad AldrichDOW CORNING CORPORATION - SPONSORMidland, MI Stefan Dewald Jeff Myers Jim StangeBeaverton, OR Stanley YeeMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHEREASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANYSpringfield, MA Claude DuquetteEFCO CORPORATIONMonett, MO Mark Crane Brian Leizerowicz Cameron McGinley Doug Phelps David Potter Josh Wignall Doug ZachariasENSINGERSurprise, AZ Michael GaineyGrenloch, NJ Bruce TichenorERDMAN AUTOMATION CORP.Princeton, MN Jim Tibesar Tadd TuomieERGO ROBOTIC SOLUTIONS, LLCGlens Falls, NY Gerard NudiFUSION CERAMICS, INC.Carrollton, OH Wesley KingGARIBALDI GLASS INDUSTRIESBurnaby, BC Carey Mobius Chris Mobius Craig Mobius Duane Ross Otto WardGLASS COATINGS & CONCEPTSMonroe, OH Tim McGee James WrightATTENDEES (CONT.)MEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERGLASSFAB TEMPERING SERVICES, INC.Tracy, CA Brian Frea Michael Goldfarb Aaron Goldfarb Usha Mhay Ruby SinghGLASSWERKS LASouth Gate, CA Tripp Barker John Medel Randy Steinberg Keith StockmanGRACO INC.Minneapolis, MN Nick DiDonatoGUARDIAN INDUSTRIES CORP. - SPONSORKingsburg, CADave Eklund Matt Hill Todd Schafer Steve Thomas Jason Wesely Ben WilliamsAuburn Hills, MI Chris Allen Joe Butler Chris Dolan Sandra Hughes Federico Lopez Leigh Anne Mays Andy Russo Brian Schulz Rick ZoulekGreer, SC Susan FaulknerKirkland, WA William Coady Luis TamesHALFEN USAConverse, TX Patrick SchmidtMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERLARSON ENGINEERINGScottsdale, AZ Kirk Smith Dustin PayneChicago, IL Melissa GradeckiMaryland Heights, MO Keith QuickHortonville, WI Kevin WisniewskiLISEC AMERICA, INC.Burnsville, MN Hans Hoenig Bob QuastMOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE MATERIALS, INC. Corona, CA Gene Dorman Jim Patmont Cabot WilkinsonMORRISON HERSHFIELDSeattle, WA Stephane HoffmanNORTHWESTERN INDUSTRIESSeattle, WA Joe Hawley Earl MercadoOLDCASTLE BUILDINGENVELOPEConcord, ON David Chung Steve Martin Ryan SpurgeonTerrell, TX Jason Fisher Bill LangPARAGON ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTSScottsdale, AZ Max Hals Ian PatlinMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERPPG INDUSTRIES, INC.Colorado Springs, CO Dan AdamsCheswick, PA Patricia Athey Patrick Kenny Glenn MinerManalapan, NJ Stephen CohenMechanicsville, MD George SultagePRELCO INC.Riviere-du-Loup, QC Greg Divona Nathalie ThibaultQUANEX BUILDING PRODUCTSSouthside, AL Eric ThompsonBroomfield, CO Claude ThiretCambridge, OH Joe ErbSAAND INC.Etobicoke, ON Tim RichardSAGE ELECTROCHROMICS, INC.Faribault, MN Tim Finley Bill Myers Francis ONeill Helen SandersSAINT-GOBAIN GLASSLas Vegas, NV Roger WatsonGranville, NY Geoff KingSAPA EXTRUSIONS NORTH AMERICAGainesville, GA Doug Carlson Mark SpencerPortland, OR Barb JohnsonATTENDEES (CONT.)MEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERHARTUNG GLASS INDUSTRIESFarmers Branch, TX Bob CummingsSeattle, WA Pat ZollarsHEITMANN & ASSOCIATES, INC.Chesterfield, MO Glenn HeitmannHOLAMPCO INTERNATIONALPittsburgh, PA Gary Holupka Patti LamplICD HIGH PERFORMANCE COATINGSRidgefield, WA Steve OHollaren Kris VocklerVancouver, WA Chris FronsoeINTERTEK - ATIAtlanta, GA Jose ColonJE BERKOWITZPedricktown, NJ Gary McQueen Mike Nicklas Bob PriceKAWNEER COMPANY - SPONSORNorcross, GA Chris Giovannielli Donnie HunterKURARAY INTERLAYER SOLUTIONSOpelika, AL David RinehartSolon, OH Mark JacobsonMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERSCHILLING GRAPHICS, INC.Galion, OH Doug SchillingSIKA CORPORATIONMadsion Heights, IL Jim FrawleyBroadview Hts., OH James BlambleNew Braunfels, TX Michael KrumelTECHNICAL GLASS PRODUCTS - SPONSORSnoqualmie, WA Arndt Broecker Chuck KnickerbockerTECHNOFORMTwinsburg, OH Mark Silverberg Ron SucikTECNOGLASSHot Springs Village, AR Ted KrantzTRELLEBORG SEALINGPROFILES U.S. INC.Aurora, OH Donna Delgado Michael Scanlon Michael Gary Sherilyn HopkinsAustin, TX Lindsay Price Dustin PriceTREMCO INCORPORATEDOrange, CA Bill LusherSt. Louis, MO Dave HorschigMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERTREMCO INCORPORATEDBeachwood, OH Catherine Ehlers Joe Dressler Brian Gagne Anne Manno Jeff McGovern Michelle MorrisonPlano, TX Ken KriegerTRISTAR GLASS, INC.Catoosa, OK Robert Carlson Tim KelleyGrand Prairie, TX Greg OehlersTRIVIEW GLASS INDUSTRIES LLCCity of Industry, CA Joe Carlos Alex KastaniukTRULITE GLASS & ALUMINUM SOLUTIONSCity of Industry, CA Terry Del ReyMinneapolis, MN Jeffery HabererTUBELITE INC.Alto, MI Mary AveryWalker, MI Mary Avery Amy Cole Timothy Fookes Steven Green Michelle MussoAntigo, WI Tom MifflinUNITED ARCHITECTURALMETALS, INC.North Canton, OH Jacob Gaddis Tom NesbittMEMBER - MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERUNITED PLATE GLASSButler, PA Rebecca Kerr-Barnhart Jonathan ThompsonVIRACON, INC. - SPONSOROwatonna, MN Dr. Charles Boyer Bob Carlson Garret Henson Seth Madole Cameron ScriptureCanton, TX Kyle JonesPlano, TX Larry LongVITRUM GLASS GROUPLangley, BC Tara Brummet Thomas Martini Bruce RobinsonWAUSAU WINDOWAND WALL SYSTEMSWausau, WI Keith LindbergWHEATON & SPRAGUE ENGINEERINGEagan, MN Jason GrahamStow, OH Terri SunderlandZAGAR LTD.Huntington Beach, CA Frank ZagarATTENDEES (CONT.)PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS-CONTRACT GLAZIERCHICAGO HEIGHTS GLASS, INC.South Holland, IL Jason Kokos Blake OHalloran Joel Phelps Milos Sparavalo Steve TothCONTRACT GLAZIERS CORP.Windsor, ON Murray Altman Steve LeBlancDALLAS GLASSSalem, OR Darand Davies Brian Johnston Patrick McConvilleFLOWER CITY GLASSRochester, NY Mark Distler Richard Gianforti Eric Johnstone Brian Nilles Derek Ristau Cody Torres Mark WebsterFLYNN GROUP OF COMPANIESAcheson, AB Gino CocoSurrey, BC Russell Jackson John Silva Tyrel SuttonRockyview, AB Dan SimsGLASS SOLUTIONSElmhurst, IL Andy Hill Sean Hill Jon NorrisPROSPECTIVE MEMBERS-CONTRACT GLAZIERGLAZING CONCEPTS INC.Corona, CA Robert Cianciminio Tim LietaertHARMON INCLewisville, TX Anthony Isaacs Adam PerkinsHouston, TX Mike ZellerIUPATHanover, MD Tim StrickerIWR BUILDING SYSTEMSSt. Louis, MO Dan Shields Todd Staley Eric YoungbloodJAMCOMarietta, GA Phil GreevesKOVACH BUILDING ENCLOSURESChandler, AZ James HatchMETROPOLITAN GLASS, INC.Denver, CO Sean Moore Marty RichardsonPCC CONSTRUCTION COMPONENTS, INC.Gaithersburg, MD Donald Deister Leigh PressR. A. KENNEDY & SONSPhiladelphia, PA Jerry MoserATTENDEES (CONT.)PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS-CONTRACT GLAZIERM3 GLASS TECHNOLOGIESIrving, TX Roger EwinALAMO GLASSDallas, TX Tyler Worsham Cory WorshamALBERTA GLASSCalgary, AB Gary Porter Paul HeyensALEXANDER METALS, INC.Nashville, TN Jim McClamroch Joey Riggan Wes RozzellALLIANCE GLAZING TECHNOLOGIESIrving, TX Kevin CareyRomeoville, IL Brian FilipiakAMERICAN GLASS, INC.Tulsa, OK Sam GodairOklahoma City, OK Colin LedfordARCHITECTURAL GLASS AND ALUMINUMIrvine, CA Clark RomineLivermore, CA Matt Bare Steve Holt Mark TofflemireB&B GLASS, INC.Dallas, TX Felix Munson, Jr.PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS-CONTRACT GLAZIERSROYAL GLASS CO., INC.Rancho Cordova, CA Fred Harter Jeff HarterSCGMAEmeryville, CA Deveney PulaSOTAWALL INCBrampton, ON Jim Dol David Hessel Vince Fudge Gaetano Fonzo Bobby Gigunito Ryan Kapica Antonio Manchisi Harry Nickel Pierre Rochefort Bryan Rothlisberger Juan Speck Bernhard WidmerSTEEL ENCOUNTERSSalt Lake City, UT Chad Gallagher Tom Jackson Derek LoseeVIDRIOS EL CASTILLO, INC.Pharr, TX Carlos Benet David BenetWALL BROTHERS GLASS LLCClarksville, TN Billy Wall Melissa WallAGS, INC.Mokena, IL Eric Niemeyer John TrainorAIR PERFORMANCEBirmingham, AL Greg CarrPROSPECT MEMBER-MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHERARCADIA INC.Vernon, CA James SchladenBONNELL ALUMINUMNewnan, GA Guy CharpentierCAREYGLASSNenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland Michael Carew Ger O MahoneyCLOVER ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTSPalos Heights, IL Tom OMalleyENCLOSBlaine, MN Claude DobbinsGRAHAM ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTSWynnewood, PA Mark HiscockHILTISanta Rosa, CA Robert SibiliaCarmel, IN David FortinTulsa, OK Lee BaggsLARSON ENGINEERING, INC.White Bear Lake, MN Rachel SchulzMaryland Heights, MO Bruce AugustinMASONITECharlotte, NC Michael RomanoNEW HUDSON FACADESLinwood, PA Michael Budd Allen CohenPROSPECT MEMBER-MFG., FABRICATOR, SUPPLIER, OTHEROMNI FAB INCNew Kensington, PA James Frank Bruce WicklinePECORA COARPOATIONHarleysville, PA Steven LawreySAFRedding, CA David McConnellAtlanta, GA John McClatcheySKYLINE SKY-LITESColorado Springs, CO Dave NorgrenSOUTHERN ALUMINUM FINISHINGSalem, OR Peter StaufferSPECTRUM METAL FINISHING, INC.Youngstown, OH Neil Chrisman III Neil Chrisman IVSUPER SKY PRODUCTS ENTERPRISES, LLCMequon, WI Daniel Stiller Brian ThomasGLASS AND MIRROR CRAFTWixom, MI Andy Bulinda David Elson Mike HenryIGE GLASS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.Jupiter, FL Michael Spellman Carolyn SpellmanSEDAK INCJersey City, NJ Maic PannwitzATTENDEES (CONT.)GUESTSAAMASchaumburg, IL Georges ThiretNATIONAL FENESTRATION RATING COUNCIL (NFRC)Greenbelt, MD Tom HerronNATIONAL GLASS ASSOCIATIONVienna, VA Nicole HarrisNORTHERN CALIFORNIA GLASS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONEmeryville, CA Jeannie SimpeloUNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTONArlington, TX AbdulRaheem Bello Frank LuPRESSGLASS MAGAZINEVienna, VA Katy DevlinUSGLASS MAGAZINEGarrisonville, VA Chris Bunn Lyle Hill Josh Lentz Debra Levy Lisa Naugle Ellen RogersWIRED MAGAZINELos Angeles, CA Vince BeiserCONSULTANTBirch Point Consulting SPEAKERLa Crosse, WI Thomas CulpGENERAL COUNSELScopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary P.C.Washington, DC Kim MannSTAFFGANATopeka, KS Erin Fletcher Susan Mahoney Sara Neiswanger Scott Sewell William YanekPlano, TX Urmilla SowellATTENDEES (CONT.)SPEAKERSADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, INC.Sacket Harbor, NY Jeffrey DalabaAGC GLASS COMPANYMooresville, NC Serge MartinAJAY GLASS COMPANYCanandaigua, NY Demetrios (Jim) StathopoulosAGNORACollingwood, ON James ColeBIGNew York, NY Kai-Uwe BergmannCHILDRESS ENGINEERING SERVICESRichardson, TX Tony ChildressCONSPECTUS, INCWoodbine, NJ David StutzmanDOW CORNING CORPORATIONElizabethtown, KY Jon KimberlainJOHNNY BENCHPEGGY NOE STEVENSLouisville, KY Peggy Noe StevensSOLE SOURCE CONSULTANTSNew Baltimore, MI Max PerilsteinVIRACON, INC. Owatonna, MN Kelly SchullerW&W GLASS, LLCNanuet, NY Jeff HaberNOTESNOTESNOTESGLASS ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA ANTITRUST POLICY STATEMENTThe policy of the Glass Association of North America (GANA) and its members requires strict compliance with all laws applicable to Association activities. Because the Associations activities involve collective meetings and cooperative undertak-ings between and among members, often competitors in the industry, it is important to remain committed to all applicable antitrust principles.This statement is intended to highlight and emphasize the principal antitrust standards relevant to GANA programs. The antitrust laws are complex and are summarized below, but only in general terms. You are, therefore, encouraged to seek the guidance of Association legal counsel and your own attorneys.I. RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANTITRUST COMPLIANCEGANAs structure has been fashioned and its programs carried out in conformance with antitrust standards. Paramount re-sponsibility for antitrust compliance -- including avoidance of even an appearance of improper activities -- is yours. Your em-ployer and this Association depend upon your good judgment to avoid all discussion of matters not identified on the agenda. Association staff works conscientiously to avoid subject matter or discussion which could have unintended implications, and General Counsel for the Association provides guidance with regard to these matters. The competitive significance of particu-lar conduct and communication is, however, most readily evident to you, given your direct involvement in the industry. II. ANTITRUST GUIDESUnder the federal antitrust laws, penalties for antitrust violations are severe. Corporations are subject to heavy fines and injunctive decrees, threatening far ranging impact upon corporate activities. Corporations also may be liable for substantial industry damages. Individuals are subject to criminal prosecution and may be punished by fines and imprisonment.In general, the antitrust laws seek to preserve free and open competition. Competitors may not restrain competition among themselves with reference to the price, quality, or distribution of their products, and they may not agree or act together to restrict the competitive capabilities or opportunities of their competitors, suppliers, or customers. In all trade association activity, you should heed the following guidelines: Price: Prices, discounts, and other forms of sale must never be discussed at GANA meetings. Discussion of costs of pro-duction and labor are also forbidden. They affect price. Other competitive information: Communication or exchange of confidential competitive information of other kinds may also be improper, and GANA imposes safeguards to prevent inappropriate disclosures. For example, when the Association compiles composite statistical information and publishes or otherwise disseminates it, those reports are made for proper uses and purposes only. They represent an aggregation of historical data from members; an individual members data are kept confidential, disclosed neither to other members nor to those outside the Association. Meetings: GANA meetings are carefully structured and monitored. Agenda for all meetings are approved by Legal Counsel, circulated in advance, and carefully followed at the meetings. A GANA staff member attends all GANA meetings and prepares the minutes of each meeting. GANA General Counsel attends all Association membership meetings, Board meetings, and other Association meetings at which sensitive issues are discussed. Counsel also reviews the minutes of all meetings. There are no informal, unannounced, or off-the-record meetings of the Association or any of its committees. Discussion of legally sensitive matters must never occur outside of formal meetings, such as at social functions, athletic events, or otherwise. Membership and Participation: Membership in GANA is open to all companies and individuals meeting the require-ments of the Associations Bylaws. The Association constantly seeks to broaden its membership base, consistent with its mission and purposes, to include all industry members. Wide membership participation is sought in all GANA programs. Association meetings are open to all members. Association publications are available to all members, and to all non-mem-bers for a reasonable charge. Public Statements: The Association seeks to ensure the accuracy and completeness of all its public statements such as those to federal, state and local government officials made on behalf of the glass and glazing industry. To this end, each Association member should insure that its member data and other information reported to the Association are accurate and complete. Improper Acceptance: Compliance with the Associations policy involves not only the avoidance of antitrust violations, but also any behavior that might be so construed. Communications or correspondence must never be conducted in a man-ner or language which could be misunderstood. If question arises regarding any GANA activity, you should consult your attorney, GANA staff, or GANA General Counsel.III. CONCLUSION The Glass Association of North America will not knowingly be a party to conduct restricting in any way a members freedom to make independent decisions in matters affecting competition. You have an important responsibility to make sure your Associations activities conform to this standard.THANK YOU SPONSORSKEYNOTE SPONSORWELCOME RECEPTION SPONSOR2016 SILVER SPONSORBREAK SPONSOR BREAK SPONSORBREAK SPONSORPRESENTING SPONSOR