Join Suntuity CEO, Dan Javan, next Wednesday, December 8th at 1:00 PM for an eye opening hour as he shares information on solar in the United States and how Net Zero construction will become an even bigger aspect of future construction projects.
Attention architects, designers, contractors, manufacturers and owners — SUBMIT your high-quality photos of your best, coolest, most interesting and inspiring projects that feature metal in the interior or exterior design for a chance to win $1000 and to have your project showcased in the inaugural “Metal in Architecture” Gallery at METALCON. SUBMIT BY SEPTEMBER 1 DEADLINE.
Nominations are in and now it’s time to cast YOUR vote! It will take only 5 minutes to select your favorite top products in each category including accessories, alternative energy, insulation/ weather barriers, roll forming equipment, roofs, technology, and walls. Winners will be announced on September 7, and top products will be recognized at METALCON 2021.
Newly Formed RAiNA Offers Many Benefits to Construction Industry
Just over a year ago, the Rainscreen Association in North America (RAiNA), an international not-for-profit industry association dedicated to serving the rainscreen market in North America, was founded, and is now the leading authority on rainscreen assemblies.
RAiNA provides a forum for designers, trades, test agencies, and material suppliers to gather to determine best practices, interpret and inform codes, as well as educate and address technical concerns in the industry.Continue reading
How would you like to be part of a 30 year tradition and present at the ONLY global event devoted exclusively to the use of metal in design and construction? As we optimistically look ahead to meet in person at METALCON 2021, scheduled for October 6-8 in Tampa, we are seeking presenters for our robust education program. Read on to submit your topic today.Continue reading
CHICAGO – July 28, 2020 – The Metal Construction Association (MCA) is proud to report that its Virtual Summer Meeting, held June 15-18, enjoyed record high attendance, and promoted a positive outlook for the future of the metal construction industry.
With 166 registrants and an average of 50 people attending the council/committee meetings, the association reports the virtual meeting format gave more members and guests the opportunity to attend and engage with the association.Continue reading