Peek into the portal: Tubelite clients enjoy benefits of password-protected access

All current and active Tubelite customers can enjoy access to the Client Portal and its features. Those using the portal most often view their up-to-date order information and shipping status. Increasingly, our customers also are watching installation and tour videos. Our clients-only video library continues to expand and currently includes: [ Read More... ]

2021-02-05T00:55:14-05:00May 11th, 2018|Products, Service, Shared Learnings|

BD+C features Tubelite’s durable doors for high-traffic entryways

Projects built for high traffic and longevity in mind depend on Tubelite's tie-rod doors.Building Design+Construction features two successful and enduring project examples:* Indiana State Fairgrounds' Elements Financial Blue Ribbon Pavilion* Mount Rushmore National Memorial's gift shop"Considering that entry doors are among the most frequently used moving parts of a building, [ Read More... ]

2021-02-03T23:47:14-05:00March 23rd, 2018|Products, Projects, Shared Learnings|

Window Replacement: Unrealized Benefits

Most U.S. buildings currently in use will continue to be until 2050 and, eventually, will require renovation. Helping building and property managers evaluate and maximize the benefits of window system renovation and upgrades, Apogee Enterprises, Inc.’s Building Retrofit Strategy Team offers a new 28-page publication. “Replacing aging windows with new, [ Read More... ]

2020-05-07T01:12:57-04:00June 23rd, 2017|Projects, Shared Learnings|

Tubelite’s article on aluminum doors featured in Construction Specifier

Tubelite's Jon O'Neal recently authored an article in The Construction Specifier on "Considerations for Standard, Modified and Custom Aluminum Doors." The seven-page educational feature offers five key factors to consider throughout the selection process for aluminum swinging doors and frames in commercial applications: Extruded aluminum components Hardware requirements and specifications [ Read More... ]

2021-02-06T00:59:08-05:00June 2nd, 2017|Products, Shared Learnings|

Tubelite achieves NFRC ACE certification

Tubelite Inc. has been approved by the National Fenestration Ratings Council (NFRC) as a Manufacturer Approved Calculation Entity (ACE) Organization. NFRC is the global leader in delivering energy and related performance ratings and certification for fenestration products and systems. In addition to the company's ACE certified individuals in both the [ Read More... ]

2022-03-10T22:02:43-05:00November 30th, 2016|Personnel, Products, Service, Shared Learnings|

Tubelite Presents “Hurricane Impact Fenestration Design” at CONSTRUCT

Kevin Haynes, architectural specification manager at Tubelite Inc., will present “Hurricane Impact Fenestration Design” as an educational session on Wed., Sept. 7, 11 a.m., at CONSTRUCT in the Austin Convention Center’s room 9AB. CONSTRUCT is held Sept. 7-9 in conjunction with the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) 60th annual convention.Registration is [ Read More... ]

2022-03-10T21:48:47-05:00September 5th, 2016|Events, Shared Learnings|

Innovations That are Moving in Bold New Directions

Supporting design professionals’ industry knowledge and development, Tubelite offers a new continuing education course, “FORWARD FACING: Innovations that are Moving Building Enclosure Design, Fabrication, Installation, and Performance in Bold New Directions,” available now in the September issue of Architectural Record and online Continuing Education Center. The course is approved by [ Read More... ]

2015-09-08T08:12:34-04:00September 8th, 2015|Shared Learnings|

AIA New York, Procrastinators’ Days, Dec. 4-6

Tubelite’s architectural specification manager Tom Minnon presents “Determining Fenestration U-Factors” (1 LU|HSW - T5: A4442E) at the AIA New York chapter’s Procrastinators’ Days on Thurs., Dec. 4, 1:30-2:30 p.m.With nearly four decades of industry experience, Minnon is a LEED® Accredited Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council and a Certified [ Read More... ]

2022-02-14T11:43:58-05:00December 3rd, 2014|Events, Shared Learnings|
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