NGA Extends GlassBuild Connect Through 2020

Products, webinars and demonstrations to remain available on-demand for the balance of the year

The National Glass Association (NGA) is pleased to announce that GlassBuild Connect will continue through December 2020, providing registered attendees on-demand access to more than 70 education presentations, and products and services from 300+ exhibiting companies at The announcement comes at the conclusion of the month-long glass and fenestration online event that drew thousands of attendees from across the world.

“GlassBuild Connect was such a remarkable and collaborative endeavour,” said Nicole Harris, NGA president and CEO. “Our exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, industry partners and NGA staff built something truly valuable in scale and calibre.”

NGA produced GlassBuild Connect in collaboration with more than 300 companies serving the glass, window and door industries. Organizations representing all facets of the industry joined the effort, including the Fenestration & Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA), American Subcontractors Association (ASA), Façade Tectonics Institute (FTI), Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA), Glass Canada and Architectural Record.

“In this year of in-person event cancellations, we’re grateful that the industry has been able to come together at GlassBuild Connect,” concluded Harris.

GlassBuild Connect is free to access, though registration and site log in is required. Select webinars and events will continue to be held live on the site throughout the remainder of the year. Products, demos and webinars, including 14 AIA-accredited sessions providing 17 AIA Continuing Education LUs, have been curated to ensure the most timely and relevant content is easily accessible, on demand.

Information and registration for GlassBuild Connect is available at

The next GlassBuild America is planned for September 13-15, 2021, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

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