CHICAGO — The Metal Construction Association (MCA) is proud to introduce its newest members. The association will be collaborating with these new member companies as it continues to educate people on the importance of metal in the building envelope. The four newest members are:
- Metal Panel Systems – This manufacturer of custom-formed commercial and residential metal roofing and architectural panels has been in business for nearly three decades. Located in West Chester, Ohio, the company specializes in architectural standing seam systems and accessories including fasteners.
- TrueCore – Headquartered in Laurens, S.C., this division of Nucor produces insulated metal panels for the cold storage and industrial markets in North America. Among the sectors they service are agricultural, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and warehousing.
- Metalhouse LLC – Based in Orlando, Fla., Metalhouse is a privately-owned supplier of iron and steel products including steel making raw materials, steel wire rods, steel beams, channels, and merchant pipes.
- Falk Production LLC – FALK Panel supplies insulated metal panels for exterior and interior walls and roofs, metal profiles and required accessories. The company is located in Walker, Mich.
MCA members represent a broad array of companies including metal roof, wall panel, shingles and coatings manufacturers, coil coaters and metal producers, distributors, equipment and accessories manufacturers, energy insulation system manufacturers, MCM fabricators and contractors.
"Metal Panel Systems joined MCA to surround our company with the industry’s best talent and to gain access to experts who have experience in what we do every day,” said Ben Mackie, operations director at Metal Panel Systems. “We hope to come away with new friendships, as well as connections and unlimited technical resources."
MCA member companies benefit from participation in association activities and connections among suppliers and industry leaders in research, codes and standards, market development, and technical programs. The association works to increase the use of metal materials in construction by educating the building and design communities about the benefits of metal.
"We’re excited to work with all of our new members and show them all of the benefits MCA offers,” said MCA Executive Director Jeff Henry. “We look forward to building meaningful relationships that help our members network with fellow industry leaders and expand their businesses.”
For more information about membership, visit www.metalconstruction.org.
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