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Bruce Hernsdorf

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Boss Glass Company Inc

HQ Phone:  (973) 366-5000

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Boss Glass Company Inc

85 Franklin Road

Dover, New Jersey, 07801

United States

Company Description

Boss Glass Company, Inc. is a family-owned and operated full service commercial glazing contractor located in Northern New Jersey. We are a union contractor with a full staff of field and office personnel. Incorporated in 1947 our company has been in busines...more

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Vice President

County Glass And Metal Installers, Inc.


Project Manager

W&W Glass LLC


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Glass, Steel Pavilion at 9-11 Memorial Reflects on Past, Present, Future | Architect's Guide to Glass & Metal

Bruce Hernsdorf, project manager at W&W, says the "full spectrum" of glass was used on the project, including tempered, laminated, insulating and coated.
"It was extremely rewarding to work on a project with such national and historical significance," says Hernsdorf. "It was not just another project. It was special." W&W began its on-site work in mid-2009 and was "full-bore" on the project until the 10-year anniversary, when funding dried up, according to Hernsdorf. The company still maintained a background presence in the project until it picked back up a year later. Hernsdorf said he had as many as 50 workers on site at once during the busy portions of the project, with an average of about a dozen at a time on a daily basis from beginning to end. He credits "the use of sophisticated 3D modeling" in the speed of which it was completed, adding that "there were very, very few right angles." "It was all done in advance," he says.


http://www.usglassmag.com/2014/05/glass-steel-pavilion-9-11-memorial-reflects-past-present-future/

Bruce Hernsdorf, project manager at W&W, says the "full spectrum" of glass was used on the project, including tempered, laminated, insulating and coated.
"It was extremely rewarding to work on a project with such national and historical significance," says Hernsdorf. "It was not just another project. It was special." W&W began its on-site work in mid-2009 and was "full-bore" on the project until the 10-year anniversary, when funding dried up, according to Hernsdorf. The company still maintained a background presence in the project until it picked back up a year later. Hernsdorf said he had as many as 50 workers on site at once during the busy portions of the project, with an average of about a dozen at a time on a daily basis from beginning to end. He credits "the use of sophisticated 3D modeling" in the speed of which it was completed, adding that "there were very, very few right angles." "It was all done in advance," he says.


VOICES of September 11th

It's a very tight site and we've got a very aggressive and tight schedule so when you combine all three of those it stacks up and it's more than your normal job," said WW Glass Project Manager Bruce Hernsdorf.
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http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20110502/REAL_ESTATE/110509990

"Everybody's got a little bit more bounce in their step today," said W&W Glass project manager Bruce Hernsdorf, in charge of exterior glass and stainless steel faade work on the Memorial Pavilion.
When finished, the Memorial Pavilion will rise three stories over the entrance to an underground museum between the memorial fountains-"basically equivalent to that pyramid over the Louvre," Mr. Hernsdorf explained. Work didn't slow down Monday, he said. Construction deadlines are short and security at the site already is very tight. "We go through a retina scan, just like the movies," Mr. Hernsdorf said.


http://www.ny1.com/text/?ArID=135293&SecID=1000

It's a very tight site and we've got a very aggressive and tight schedule so when you combine all three of those it stacks up and it's more than your normal job," said WW Glass Project Manager Bruce Hernsdorf.


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