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Glazier Nation Supports The Following Beliefs and invites you to do the same...1) Our Planet...Humanity can play a major role in the restoration of our planet’s health as we played a major role in our planet’s destruction. We support going green. We would all our members to concentrate on the world around them. This is where it starts. 2) Orphans and Elderly...They are worth taking care of and they are worth our time. Both have something in common...they just want someone to love them. Love is free.3) Trade & Safety Education...Education shouldn’t cost a fortune. The college or nothing mentality is killing our world, robotics are taking the workforce hostage and so is outsourcing. Teach a trade and teach it with a safety culture backing it. Traditional Apprenticeship with On The Job Training will never be replaced. Our biggest change we can make to both prison systems, political refugees, rehabilitation centers and foreign aid would be Trade Education.4) Religious Persecution...I person has a right to believe in what they want as long as it isn’t hurting our planet, other people or anything around us. Religion shouldn’t be forced and it shouldn’t be persecuted as well. 5) Veterans...Every Countries Flag should mean something to its civilians. So should their veterans.
How to Order with GLAZIER UBER
STEP 1: YOU MUST REGISTER YOUR COMPANY AND GIVE US TIME TO VERIFY YOU ARE A RIGHT PARTNER FOR OUR COMPANY. We understand this is a seasonal and temporary contract on a job by job basis but it is important for us to make sure this one time step is completed to move to Step 2.Requirements You Need: Safety Program, Workers Comp (We carry our own but your company must have as well.), General Liability, Excess Coverage, Business, License, Credit Application, ACH Account, Project Management Team, Competent Lead Person (We prefer for you lead man to be AGMT Certified), Business Practices need to be similar to NACC General Standards STEP 2:
PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Must Have(s):1) Hard Hat2) Safety Glasses3) Safety Shirt or Vest4) Work Boots5) GlovesAdded Equipment:1) Harness2) Retractable 3) Lanyard4) Rope Grab5) Face Shield6) Glass Sleeves7) Dust Mask8) Respirator
Aggregate: A particulate material which is made up of sand or crushed stone. Aggregates are used in materials such as concrete and are a fundamental part of building foundations.Backfilling: The process of refilling trenches or holes created during excavation, especially around foundations.Beam: Beams run horizontally along the main walls of a building at ceiling level, supporting the structure.BIM: BIM (building information modeling) is the process of creating a computer model of a building that includes all of the details of that structure, from its basic layout to the smallest measurements.BOQ: The bill of quantities is a contract document that contains a list of materials and workmanship involved in a construction project. It is necessary for properly pricing a project.CAD: CAD (computer-aided design) refers to using architecture software to create detailed models of buildings to speed up the design process, allow for more creativity, and ensure greater accuracy in measurements.Caulking: A flexible, rubbery type of material that is used to seal gaps in a joint. Ceiling joist: Parallel framing members that support ceiling loads and are themselves supported by load-bearing walls.Circuit breaker: A switch in the electrical panel that shuts off power to certain parts of the building.Concrete: A building material created by a hardened mixture of cement, gravel, sand, and water. It is used for slabs, columns, and other types of structures.Construction management software: This software is designed for construction managers to help them more efficiently run a construction project; it can include features to manage accounting and financials, documentation, and team workloads.Dimension: A dimension is used in the planning stage and refers to a measure between two points.Drywall: A panel made from gypsum plaster that is wrapped in cardboard. It is commonly used as a fundamental material for framing a building.Ducts: Piping that carries air throughout a structure.Egress: A way of exiting a structure, such as a window or door. Laws require a certain number of egress windows in certain parts of a home.Field measure: Taking measurements within the structure itself rather than relying on blueprints.Floor plan: The floor plan refers to the layout of the building. It is a drawing of the horizontal section that shows how the different spaces relate to each other.Girder: The main horizontal support of a structure that supports smaller beams. HVAC: An abbreviation that stands for heat, ventilation, and air conditioning.I-beam: A beam that has a cross-section that looks like the capital letter I. Girders often have an I-beam cross-section.Insulation: Material that’s designed to prevent heat from leaving or entering a building. Insulation material is placed within the walls, ceiling, or floor of a structure.Joist: The location where the surfaces of two components are joined.King stud: A framing member that runs from the bottom to the top of a panel or sheet.Lath: A metal wire on the frame of a building that serves as a base for laying down stucco or plaster.Load-bearing wall (partition): A partition or load-bearing wall carries the load of the structure above it. As a result, they cannot be removed without compromising the integrity of the structure.Mortar: In masonry, mortar is the paste that is used to bind stones, bricks, and other similar types of units used to construct the walls of a building. Mortar can be made up of a variety of things, such as asphalt, pitch, or clay.Particle board: A substitute for plywood that is composed of sawdust mixed with resin.Plywood: A panel of wood that is made from multiple layers of veneer, compressed together. PVC: Short for polyvinyl chloride, this common plastic is used most commonly for water pipes and sometimes for flooring.Rafter: A series of roof frame pieces that are connected to the supports and hold up the roofing and sheathing. Reinforced concrete: Concrete that is strengthened by adding steel bars or mesh within the concrete.Section: This is a drawing or model that shows what it would look like if you sliced vertically through a building and were able to see its various components or layers, showcasing exactly how a building is constructed top to bottom.Skirting: Material that covers up the joint between the floor and a wall in the interior of a building, for aesthetic purposes. Stucco: A material made from aggregates, a binder, and water. It is often used as a decorative coating on walls and ceilings.Trim: The materials used to provide a clean finish of the building, such as moldings around window and door openings, or the baseboards in rooms, for example. Veneer: A very thin sheet of wood. It is typically a finer wood that is used as a decorative cover for lower-quality wood.Warping: A distortion of material, which can be a sign of water damage.Zoning: A government regulation that involves restricting how a property is used. For example, industrial buildings cannot be constructed in areas zoned solely for residential.
Herculite installed on first floor. A side lite fell and broke. This is a major setback that is unsettling as our finish date has approached. GC liked what we got accomplished though per Ron. We referenced architecturals to shop drawings and need to submit an RFI to see if we can make a change on building 1 to add L-Angle.
The ROC Project- Daily Job Report
Today was slow due to weather but my crew along with Billy Bob’s got a good start on the stairwells on the fourth floor in Building Two. We got the extension ladders setup along with wallboards and began staging materials. We also had two trucks to unload today. The rain didn’t seem to mind us getting soaked While the unloading process was going on.
Glass Masters...This Way of Life
Raymond Copeland of Valdosta, GA.He come up from humble beginnings, from the field like us and didn’t stop until he worked his way up to owning a third of one of the largest Glazing companies in America’s History. A very humble man, a very good man to his employees, a very self made man and the most respected glazier I have ever met. From the way men talked about him...He had principals that made Glaziers say no bad about him as their boss. He was also said to be the best glazier ever from my home state. His greatest influence on me, just by the stories I have heard, is this...THIS MAN SHOWED HIS MEN The POWER OF LOVE ALWAYS OVERCOMES THE LOVE OF POWER...and with this he made his fellow Glaziers his equals. Stories of Men and Women like this is why I fell head over hills for our trade. Now I hear he is retired and just plays on his farm all day and is one man that you would have never figured owned one of the worlds largest Glazing companies for 40 years bc of his awesome humility and the way he respects his fellow man.Only met him a few times but I have heard countless tales of how well he led from the front lines.
Glass Masters: This Way of Life
I have been fortunate in my career. What made me was not me, it was the people that took time to teach me, mentor me and vouch for me. I just had brains enough to listen. Glass Masters: This Way of Life...is just simple stories of the simple people that ran complex facets of today’s glazing industry. These people are the titans of Glazing. Many people have impacted me from auto glass glaziers, estimators to office assistants and they all are Industry Giants in My Book.
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