Owens Corning supplies fiberglass
fabric to the Hajj Terminal at King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Saudi Arabia, which consisted of 210 tent-like structures covering nearly 3 million square feet
is a light-weight product that can be easily modified in the field.
is to close its doors at the end of this month at the Kingman Airport Industrial Park in Arizona which will lead to job loss of ninety people.
Replicating Washington sculptor John Dreyfuss' complex shapes meant carving them out of giant chunks of Styrofoam with a computerized milling machine, then covering them over with Fiberglas
and carbon-fiber skins.
Other processors that are developing in-line coating or finishing systems include Owens-Corning Fiberglas
The firm has used alliances to gain market access for a product to which its technology holds the key, as in the case of Owens-Corning Fiberglas
, founded in 1938; to "leap downstream," as in the case of Siecor, a joint venture with Siemens to leverage Corning's optical-fiber capability; to apply internally developed technology; and to gain access to new technologies, as in the case of Genencor, an R&D alliance with biotech leader Genentech.
Entry: Update Winner: Bill Hamilton, ABC Owens-Corning Fiberglas
Prior to his tenure at DAT Services/TransCore, he served in key management roles at ADEC and Owens Corning Fiberglas
10-year limited warranty coverage applies to the following Owens Corning products: PINK FIBERGLAS
(TM) Insulation in Batts and Rolls, PROPINK Loose Fill Insulation, PINK FIBERGLAS
(TM) Loose Fill Insulation and EnergyComplete (TM) Air Infiltration Barrier.
Silverado Trailers was operating from the former site of Defoe's Blue Water Boats, which manufactured Fiberglas
pleasure boats before closing in 1996.
Volant says it's better than Fiberglas
in terms of springiness, control, rigidity, and stability.
Dolan said a 40-foot-length of a 24-foot-high fence had to be taken down and replaced in 1996 after a Fiberglas
form failed while concrete was being poured.