Now in its 14th year, GlassBuild America is the gathering place for the entire glass, window and door industries in
North America. Join us October 19-21, 2016, in Las Vegas, NV.
Presented by the National Glass Association and the Window & Door Dealers Alliance along with show partners, the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, the Glass Association of North America and the Insulating Glass Manufactures Alliance, and in conjunction with industry’s leading publications – Glass Magazine and Window & Door – GlassBuild America is a comprehensive and united event. With educational forums and Express Learning sessions, abundant networking opportunities and a trade show floor full of the latest and most innovative glass and fenestration industries’ equipment, products, technologies and services, you will walk away from GlassBuild America with knowledge and information to help you build a better business.
In the past three years there has been an average of 423 exhibiting companies at GlassBuild America. Exhibiting companies cover the broad spectrum of manufacturing, distributing, fabricating, retailing and dealing flat glass and residential windows and doors. In addition, the show floor is home to the Innovative Product Pavilion which showcases cutting-edge technologies and other groundbreaking advances from across the glass industry, ranging from energy conservation to design innovations and the latest “green” products.
GlassBuild America attracts participants from all facets of the glass, window, and door industries. Forty-eight percent of registered attendees hold CEO, president or other executive management positions. Seventy-six percent of attendees recommend or make the final decision about their company’s purchase of products.
GlassBuild America attendees come from businesses that manufacture flat glass, residential windows and doors/related products; retail and deal flat glass and residential windows and doors; distribute flat glass and residential window and doors as well as contract glaziers, architects, specifiers and builders.