What to Ask Your Commercial Glazier About Certifications When you’re in the process of selecting a glazier for your glass project, it can be easy to go with your first contact or the lowest priced glazier. However, either of these strategies can lead to selecting a glazier who does not […]
Construction Safety Week This week, September 14th — 18th, 2020, marks Construction Safety Week. Construction Safety Week was rescheduled for the year 2020 due to coronavirus. In light of the pandemic, Kensington Glass Arts (KGa) had to re-evaluate how we are keeping our employees safe. In this article, we want […]
KGa’s Top 5 Reasons to Install Glass Cubicles With the coronavirus pandemic, many offices are looking to re-design their space to better fit the needs of the changing world. Many are looking for office solutions that can protect their employees from disease while keeping a collaborative environment. Enter glass cubicles. […]
How to Fix Your Open Office Plan In the 1940s, the concept of the open office plan first appeared. The philosophy of an open office is that it encourages creativity, collaboration, and saves money on real estate costs. By the 1990s, the open office became the standard for emerging technology […]
How Glass Cough Guards Protect Your Employees from Coronavirus While the coronavirus pandemic continues to loom over us, the infection rate has slowed in the Mid-Atlantic region. As such, many offices are sending their employees back to the office – including Kensington Glass Arts. However, many employers wonder how they […]
At Kensington Glass Arts, Inc., we are aware that many of our employees must work outdoors during hot conditions. In addition, many of us enjoy having fun in the sun during the summer. However, it’s important to consider the risks of heat-related illness. Preventing heat-related illness is a top priority […]
KGa welcomed new Safety Manager Roger Williamson. Roger comes to KGa with 20+ years of experience in the safety field. Read more about Roger below.