Glass Magazine recently featured Holly Pointe Commons, a new $145 million residence hall on Rowan University’s campus in Glassboro, New Jersey, as a “Great Glazing” success story. Designed by Erdy McHenry Architecture, the 303,000-square-foot facility showcases a modern aesthetic and serpentine-shaped footprint that unites a four-story and a seven-story building connected by a bridge.
Q: Tell me about your job A: I am the Continuous Improvement (CI) Manager here at Linetec. The primary function of the role is to drive process improvements throughout the company to make everyone’s job as safe, efficient and cost effective as possible. While many people are responsible for their own individual projects, I oversee […]
Stop by and see what’s on display at GlassBuild America, Sept. 12-14. We’ll be in booth #712 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s North Hall. The expo is open: Wed., 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Thurs., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Fri., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Downtown Summerlin – Las Vegas, NV Registration includes three-day access to the expo plus […]
As a world-renowned program, the Iowa Culinary Institute (ICI) at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) provides high-end culinary experiences and serves students, staff and visitors. Reflecting ICI’s reputation and revitalizing its facility for future growth and success, Shive Hattery Architecture + Engineering designed a fresh, contemporary look for the existing structure and its two […]
Thank you to everyone that joined us for Linetec’s 33rd Annual Customer & Supplier Appreciation Open House and Golf Event. Despite a bit of warm and humid weather, we had a wonderful day on the course. Each year, our suppliers are so thoughtful and generous in their donations! Each year a variety of events take […]
Metal Architecture magazine’s recent feature on the renovated Woolworth Tower Residences in New York highlighted Linetec’s contributions to the new windows and terrace doors’ thermal performance and durable finishes.
Architect Cass Gilbert originally designed the iconic building in 1913. Today, under the architectural vision of SLCE Architects, LLP a and The Office of Thierry W Despont, Ltd., the 33 luxury condominiums offer sweeping views of Manhattan from the historically inspired, oversized windows and terrace doors with modern performance and easy operation.
These associates dedicated 26 training hours of time over 10 months, including 2 on-the-job assignments and earn 6 technical college continuing education credits! A few of their classes include Core Values for Leaders, Safety & Injury, Communication, Conflict Resolution, as well as Upstream and Downstream Experiences.
Q: Tell me about your job
A: I am the First Shift In-House Blend and Vault Supervisor. We cover all things paint – from purchase and receipt, matching and batch making, and touch-up for finishing the products, to the final data entry for environmental reporting.
Q: What did you do prior to Linetec?
A: Prior to Linetec, I worked at a Kid City Day Care working with 2- to 5- year-olds and 6- to 12-year-olds during the summer months. I had a big fan base for my ability to stay within the lines while coloring.
Q: What is your favorite part of your job?
A: It would have to be the people I get to work with. Throughout my 19 years and different roles at Linetec, I have met some amazing and dedicated people. Whether we are moving material or solving problems, there are always people that are willing to lend a hand or give ideas. Ultimately, they all just want to see the company succeed.
Wausau, Wisconsin (July 2018) – Owned by Ilitch Holdings, Inc., the $862.9 million Little Caesars Arena complex blends historic and modern aesthetics with massively scaled, fan-friendly interiors and modestly scaled, pedestrian-friendly exteriors. Contributing to this exterior, Linetec provided a variety of finishes for Tubelite’s curtainwall, storefront and entrance systems to support the project’s aesthetic, sustainability and security goals for completion on time and within budget.
The classic beauty of copper brings a rich distinction to architectural building projects – whether creating a dramatic new design, or conveying a historic depth and heritage. Today, you can achieve the look of real copper and lasting luster, without such shortcomings as salt run-off stains, galvanic corrosion, patina and intensive maintenance.The classic beauty of copper brings a rich distinction to architectural building projects – whether creating a dramatic new design, or conveying a historic depth and heritage. Today, you can achieve the look of real copper and lasting luster, without such shortcomings as salt run-off stains, galvanic corrosion, patina and intensive maintenance.