AAMA to host webinar on glazing system performance during Hurricane Irma
September 26, 2018
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During this already active hurricane season, the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) will host a webinar about lessons learned from 2017's Hurricane Irma, which primarily impacted Florida. AAMA will present Chris Matthews, vice president and senior consultant of GCI Consultants, as he speaks about glazing system performance during Hurricane Irma. Observations from hundreds of inspections conducted from the Northeast to the Southeast to the Southwest of Florida will be shared. Register now for "Hurricane Irma | Lessons Learned," taking place at 11:30 a.m. Eastern on Thurs., Sept. 27. This complimentary presentation is sponsored by AAMA's Southeast Region and is open to the public.
"The takeaways from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma are even more important now in the midst of another storm season," said Dean Ruark, president of the AAMA Southeast Region and director of product management at PGT Innovations. "We are committed to getting the latest possible information out to our membership about how to best prepare in the future."
"AAMA knows hurricane preparedness is a critical issue to those in the industry," said Janice Yglesias, AAMA's executive vice president. "Our webinar series seeks to address these topics and share important information like what Chris has to say about what was learned in Florida during Hurricane Irma."
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