The Truman Medical Center University Health Facility is known for its exceptional design and performance. The exterior Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs) are the ideal visual manifestation of the innovative medical procedures and research taking place inside the structure.
Whether you’re new to the industry or a veteran IMP installer, sharpening your knowledge in IMP installation best practices will give you the advantages in material selection, installation and the bottom line.
Learn how insulated metal panels (IMPs) meet high standards for modern design and sleek sustainability.
The insulation properties of Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs) are ideal for freezers & cold storage buildings. Even when constructing a stand-alone building that can be below -20 degrees inside in blazing hot Puerto Rico!
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Continuous insulation is key for this milk powder plant., curbing energy consumption by dramatically reducing heating or cooling loss, Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs) help the bottom line for the plant and the environment around it.
What happens when a college’s new structure faces new, tougher codes regarding insulation? An innovative solution: Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs). As standards get tougher, IMPs are catching the eye of building owners and architects.
Whether you’re new to the industry or a veteran insulated metal panel (IMP) installer, sharpening your knowledge will give your business the advantage in everything from material selection, installation and the bottom line. MCA Metal University has an array of educational resources, including online classes, videos and reports – many worth CE credits!
The IMP Alliance is proud to announce the course “Architectural Excellence with Insulated Metal Panels” has won in two categories in Arch Record’s 2022 Advertising Excellence Awards. Need CE Credits?
These important documents explore how IMPs with polyisocyanurate or polyurethane cores are used as either a through-fastened or standing seam roofing system.
Our white papers help designers working with IMPs meet the provisions of the National Building Code of Canada (NBC) and the International Building Code (IBC) including project specifications, notes and other contract documents.