2023 State of the Metal Construction Industry LIVE Tomorrow at 1:00 PM – RESERVE YOUR SEAT

In less than 24 hours, join us for the first METALCONLive! of the year!

Get answers to these burning questions about the year ahead —

  • Will the packed production schedules continue?
  • Are supply chain challenges finally fading?
  • What design trends will your clients be demanding and which ones are destined to be yesterday’s news?

Reserve your “seat” now for tomorrow’s METALCONLive! at 1pm EST. Our panel of experts representing every corner of the metal construction industry will share their observations, thoughts, and opinions on where we are now and where we’ll be this time next year.

Using the annual “State of the Industry” report in the January issues of Metal Construction News and Metal Architecture magazines, this lively discussion will explore everything from economics and politics to industry outlook.

Presenters include:

Paul Deffenbaugh, Editorial Director at Modern Trade Communication
Brent Schipper, AlA, LEED AP, Principal at ASK Studio
Jeff Henry MBA, CAE, Executive Director at Metal Construction Association
Renee Ramey, Executive Director at Metal Roofing Alliance

This webinar is being presented by METALCON Live! and Metal Construction News, the leading authorities on the use of metal in architectural applications and building design, educating architects, design professionals and engineers. This is one in a unique series of webinars showcasing projects that illustrate the beauty, durability, efficiency and sustainability of metal.

Earn 1 Free AIA LU whether you watch it live or on demand.

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