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GlassWorks Inc

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GlassWorks Inc

1814 Pickwick Lane

Glenview, Illinois,60025

United States

Company Description

GlassWorks has been serving customers throughout the Greater Chicago Metropolitan Area as the leading glass company since 1977. We are widely considered as one of the foremost experts in glass fabrication in the nation. Further, we are also recognized for our ...more

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www.usglassmag.com

Kane Innovations Inc., an Erie, Pa.-based architectural products manufacturer, announced the appointment of Mac Hines to vice president of sales.
Hines will oversee sales and marketing activity for all Kane brands, which include Sterling Dula Railings, Kane Security Screens, Kane Detention and Kane Fabrications. Mac Hines Mac Hines Hines has more than 23 years of sales and marketing experience. Previously, he served as president of Illinois Glassworks LLC, parent company of Glassworks and Arcadia Residential Inc. He also previously spent 17 years as vice president of Edward Hines Lumber Company. "Mac's proven success and sales experience makes him a valuable addition to our management team," says Kane president Michael Show. "We believe Mac will lead our sales efforts to new heights, while strengthening relationships with existing customers and building relationships with new customers. We are thrilled to have Mac on board." Adds Hines, "What excites me most about my new position with Kane Innovations is working collectively with the heart of the organization - its talented personnel. This entry was posted in Today's News and tagged Kane Innovations Inc., Mac Hines. Bookmark the permalink.


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Mac Hines to Oversee all Sales Activity for Kane Innovations Product Brands
Friday, April 22, 2016 ERIE, Pennsylvania - April 22, 2016 - Architectural products manufacturer, Kane Innovations, Inc., announced today the appointment of Mac Hines to Vice President of Sales. Mr. Hines will oversee all sales and marketing activity for all Kane Innovations brands, which include Sterling Dula Railings, Kane Security Screens, Kane Detention and Kane Fabrications. A building materials industry veteran, Mr. Hines brings over 23 years of sales and marketing experience to Kane Innovations. Prior to joining Kane's senior management team, Hines served as President of Illinois Glassworks, LLC (IGW), parent company of Glassworks and Arcadia Residential, Inc. During Mr. Hines' tenure, IGW became Chicagoland's leading shower door and mirror installer and preferred architectural glass installer. In early 2015, Binswanger Glass, Inc. purchased IGW. Hines' executive-level qualifications also include 17 years as Vice President of Edward Hines Lumber Company, where sales grew to over $260 million as a result of margin increases, cross selling strategies, and structured growth management. "Mac's proven success and sales experience makes him a valuable addition to our management team," said President Michael Show today in a corporate statement. "We believe Mac will lead our sales efforts to new heights, while strengthening relationships with existing customers and building relationships with new customers. We are thrilled to have Mac on board." Hines said that he is eager to hone his extensive skill set with the Pennsylvania-based fabricator. "What excites me most about my new position with Kane Innovations is working collectively with the heart of the organization - its talented personnel," Hines said. "Kane is a force to be reckoned with in the building products industry, boasting a combined total of over 60 engineers, project managers, sales and support staff members, plus 65 highly-skilled shop employees and a vast network of national sales representatives. I am so happy to become part of a 126-year-old tradition of excellence. I look forward to being part of Kane Innovations' continued growth." Mr. Hines holds an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. He resides in Northfield, Illinois with his wife and four children.


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GlassWorks is led by its President, Mac Hines.
Mac spent 17 years, ultimately as Vice President of Sales, for Edward Hines Lumber Co. before going on his own to lead GlassWorks.


www.usglassmag.com

"One of the great tragedies of the last few years is all the great talent that left the industry," says Mac Hines, president of Illinois Glassworks LLC in the Chicago area.
"That was very difficult to watch. … And once they leave to try something else, you've sort of lost them for good." With glazing being such a niche sector of the industry, finding top talent becomes an even bigger hurdle. "To find glaziers, which is a top profession in the construction industry, is tough enough, but to find top glaziers in the industry is really a challenge," says Hines. Adds Hines, "I can't speak to the whole industry, but our backlog right now is as strong as it's ever been. … Our book of business grows and grows every day." "I'm optimistic and enthusiastic about the construction industry," says Hines.


www.glassguides.com [cached]

According to Mac Hines, president of Illinois Glassworks LLC, the contract glazier on the job, the project called for renovating the old building into a 32,000-square foot contemporary winery and hospitality facility.
"While we technically agreed to the contract on May 15, our team worked with Summit and the owner's rep on a handshake well before the contract was inked," says Hines. "There were significant questions about how the building would go together and we felt orchestrating the shop drawings and field measurements early was key to making this project go well. It was many, many long nights for our guys." Hines explains the owner and architect wanted to transform a dark and dirty warehouse into an open inviting winery and VIP dining area. "We had to respect the 100-plus year old building's brick and timber construction while inserting exterior glass openings that welcomed light and street traffic from the Randolph Street market," says Hines. "We did this in early June and as we worked, the masons were busy shoring up the brick above our openings and right about then, we had our first 90-plus degree day of heat." Hines says they next added interior glass elements separating the winery from the VIP dining and bar area. citywineryinteriorstory "Then, we worked on the largest element of the job, a three-story glass curtainwall that serves as the entrance to the restaurant and venue," says Hines. Hines says, "Six days a week, our guys went out there fabricating the metal and later installing the glass. "As we were finishing up on July 27, inspections were being done and within two weeks, the entertainer Lewis Black opened City Winery Chicago to a packed house," says Hines. He adds, "Our guys were heroes, plain and simple.


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