Special General Meeting

27 November 2018 - TAS


TBC - location will be confirmed at the TAS Ordinary Committee Meeting.



This year was the third year in which AGGA Tasmania has run its Conference Day, consolidating its position as the premier event on the Tasmania Glazing Industry Calendar. The high quality speakers provided all attendees with practical and inspiring ideas to take back to their business. Attendees were informed of advances in industry products, educated on business and people management and inspired about the future of the glazing industry and doing business in Tasmania. AGGA Tasmania thanks their sponsors for supporting this event and for yet again creating such a successful industry day.

The Conference was followed by the annual awards night. This commenced with the Australian Glass Group (AGG) pre-dinner drinks and gin bar, where attendees were able to sample local and international gins and were able to taste the gins with a selection of different tonics. This was followed by the Viridian Awards Dinner where guests were entertained by the magician comedian Bodane Hatten during an evening of celebration and recognition of many worthy industry award recipients.


Photos of the Conference Day

Photos of the Awards Night

Award Winners

            Best Shower Screen or Splashback Project - Saward Glass Designs with Andrew Street

            Best Retro Fit Project - Kingborough Glazing with Jindabyne Road Kingston Beach

            Safety Award - Kingborough Glazing with their Safety Site Pack

            Best Energy Efficient Glazed Home - Glass Supplies with River Street, Bellerive

            Best Energy Efficient Commercial Glazing Project - Vos Constructions with MACq01

            Apprentice of the Year - Blair Hattinger from Glass Supplies

            Most Striking Use of Glass Architecturally in a Home Below $20,000

            GP Glass at Cartier Place Lauceston

            Most Striking Use of Glass Architecturally in a Home Above $20,000

      Kingborough Glazing with Salamanca Square

            Most Striking Commercial Glazing Project Below $50,000

            GP Glass with the DHHS Offices, Elizabeth Street

            Most Striking Commercial Glazing Project Above $50,000

            Vos Constructions with MACq01

            AGGA Tasmania Workmanship Award - Vos Constructions with MACq01

            Women in Glass Awards - Tracey Gofton from Kingborough Glazing

            Service to the Industry Award - Rodd Betts from Commercial Windows and Doors 


Speaker Presentations

Mr Peter Moeller - Viridian: Building and Maintaining Industry Relevance

Ms Catherine Pitliangas - Capral: Thermal Efficiency and Modern Glazing Systems

Mr Will Walker - AGGA: Market Exposure and Alliances

Mr Craig Badcock - Unicorn Business Solutions: How to build a business that works for you

Ms Emily Jaksch - HR Gurus: Managing Generation Now

Mr Geoff Rankin - Eastman: Laminated Glass

Mr Errol Stewart - Entrepreneur: Tasmania, a good place to do business