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Scott Haber

Managing Partner

W&W Glass LLC

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W&W Glass LLC

300 Airport Executive Park NY Suite 302

Nanuet, New York,10954

United States

Company Description

W&W Glass, LLC is a family owned business with a 70-year history in the metal and glass industry. The company is one of the largest metal and glass companies in the New York metropolitan area and the largest supplier of structural glass systems in the country.... more

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Clear, one-side-supported SentryGlas® in balustrades at the Rockefeller Center viewing platform

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Scott Haber, managing partner in W&W Glass told Laminated Glass News: "As well as viewing clarity and visitor safety we had to satisfy the city building codes that require the glass construction to be able to withstand substantial wind load requirements of 45 psf or 140 mph at the corners, at the 70th floor of a building in downtown Manhattan.


Bendheim Corporate | News

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As Scott Haber, Vice President of W&W Glass noted, "the installation went smoothly and was relatively easy for us because we had completed several installations using Bendheim's LINIT Channel Glass prior to the Sarah Lawrence project.


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• Scott Haber, a managing partner with W&W Glass in Nanuet, N.Y.; and
"Each worker is required to participate and sign the toolbox safety talk worksheet," Haber says. Haber says that while his company does receive OSHA's standard publications, they do not have direct involvement from OSHA. "The work rules in New York City have become more focused on worker's safety and permitting for special lifting operations," he says, but adds, "Our corporate safety manual is constantly being updated to keep up with the new OSHA regulations.


Bendheim Wall Systems LINIT Channel Glass - the ideal choice for Sarah Lawrence's Visual Arts Center!

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As Scott Haber, Vice President of W&W Glass noted, " the installation went smoothly and was relatively easy for us because we had completed several installations using Bendheim's LINIT Channel Glass prior to the Sarah Lawrence project.


GlassMagazine.net - Articles

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For contract glaziers, installation of solar cells requires close coordination with the supplier of the solar-cell panels and the electrician on the job, says Scott Haber, managing partner of Nanuet, N.Y.-based W&W Glass LLC's Contract Glazing Division.He recently completed two solar-cell projects in New York City.Such projects definitely require attention to detail, he said, the installer must make sure that the cells face in the right direction top to bottom, right to left and so forth.A handful of companies have sprung up in the United States to attend to the vast array of details involved in the custom fabrication of solar-cell panels, Haber says.At The Helena, Haber worked with AltPower of New York City, whose employees coordinate fabrication and installation of solar cells; and Metals Inc. of Carlstadt, N.J., who provided the frame.The glass solar cells arrived at the job in typical packaging with specific instructions for installation on the labels.AltPower's technicians provided a specific sealant as well.Most of the panels have power boxes attached to them and must be wired, Haber adds, so the electrician took over after the glaziers completed their work.


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