Category Archives: METALCON TAMPA

How to Prepare for your Metal Roofing Jobs

Our friends over at http://www.designandbuildwithmetal.com recently published an article that pertains to a lot of the metal roofers out there. Contributing to the article was Harry Schouten of Advanced Architectural Sheet Metal & Supply.

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Book your Hotel for METALCON now

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You heard us right, housing is OPEN! We’ve opened it earlier this year so that you can take advantage of the early bird pricing on the official hotels Continue reading

San Antonio emergency responders rescue construction worker from concrete

Late last night we saw this story come through and we are truly happy that the construction worker turned out ok. We applaud our public safety officials who were able to help this man. Continue reading

Growing your Business with Metal

 

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ATLANTA (October 20, 2014) by Jim Austin – The Helene S. Mills Multipurpose Facility opened in 2002 as a Fulton County focal point to enrich the minds, bodies and spirits of independent senior citizens. Soon after opening, a leaky roof put a damper on senior activities.  Continue reading

A new way to harvest solar energy using metal nanoparticles and plasmon resonance

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Read this article this morning and it will certainly impact the metal construction industry. Take a read for yourself and let us know what you think. We are starting to see science and metal construction come closer together than ever. It’s always had that relationship, but it continues to be more complex. Anyhow read the article and let us know what you think.

http://www.zmescience.com by Tibi Puiu – Solar cell technology has improved dramatically over the past couple of year, yet it will be a long time before multi-junction cells – then kind that can reach efficiency well over 40% – will become affordable to small home owners or even large scale installation. New methods are always explored, however, each with its own angle to harnessing solar energy, benefits and disadvantages included. One of the biggest challenges to improving solar cell efficiency is collecting light frequencies that are outside the visible spectrum, and a new technique developed at Caltech makes use of a most interesting physical effect: plasmon resonance on the surface of metal nanoparticles.
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Magnificent Metal Mondays

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It’s Monday and we are sure many of you thought the weekend went by a bit too quick, but we are here to brighten your Monday! Today on another episode of Magnificent Metal Mondays we travel to Canada, specifically the VanDusen Botanical Garden Visitor Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia. The building has a beautiful green metal roof. You can learn more about the structure by clicking here.

Honor our Veterans Today!

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Thank you to all Veterans who have defended and protected our great country. Without you we don’t have the freedoms we enjoy today. Thank you from METALCON.

Magnificent Metal Mondays – Bill and Melinda Gates Hall

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Another Magnificent Metal Mondays episode is upon us. Today we travel to Ithaca, located in upstate New York and in particular we stop at Cornell to see the now open Bill and Melinda Gates Hall. You can read more about the project by clicking here.