METAL ROOFING: A (ALUMINUM) TO Z (ZINC) Register now for this Two-Day Metal Roofing Systems Course at the University of Wisconsin Dec. 1-2, 2022
Our hearts go out to everyone affected by Hurricane Ian. When it’s time to rebuild, the success of Babcock Ranch provides an inspiring example. Standing seam solar ready metal roofing was part of their excellent performance.
A cold storage center can be a success even in the Georgia heat with Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs). Want excellent thermal performance, superior airtightness, and potential energy cost savings of as much as 30%? IMPs are your solution!
It can be a TRICK to find a high-performance material that also offers designers the opportunity to fully express their creativity, but Metal Composite Material (MCM) looks like a TREAT!
The MCA Winter Meeting
Save the date for MCA’s Winter Meeting, January 23-25, 2023 at the Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa. Connect with industry leaders, participate in education, network, golf and more. More details will be available soon.
Insulated Metal Panels and the Protective Barrier Concept
How IMPs fulfill multiple roles in the building envelope, providing thermal, air, water and vapor protection. Earn 1 AIA/HSW.
The owner of this Victorian style home says it best: “I know I’ll leave this house to my kids, and I want it to be solid for years to come.” If you want a durable roofing solution to enhance your home’s beauty, metal is the choice!
Metal Composite Material (MCM) panels are offered in transitional finishes which celebrate natural color shifts. For this project, the glass changes colors, so using metal panels that do the same was a perfect fit. The result is an impressive spectrum of beauty and sheen.
Insulated Metal Panels provide an A+ solution across the board for the updated design for this school which needed energy efficiency and a compelling design.
Using IMPs Reduce Labor Costs for this Big 10 Team’s Iconic Building
The vision of the architects was for the Jones-Hill House to be an iconic building that made a statement for the Division 1 and Big 10 football team. They also wanted the building to stay true to the historic nature of the original Cole Field House from which it was built.