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The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) welcomes Reed’s Metals LLC and its parent company, Union Corrugating Company, as new members. Both companies join MBMA in the Building Systems category. Read more.
Looking for a growing industry with great careers and job opportunities? Talk to our members and see what geographies, careers and opportunities are best for you. Read more.
Looking for a growing industry with great career opportunities? The metal building industry is on the cutting edge in low-rise construction. Metal buildings are all around you. They are office complexes, car dealerships, churches, schools, urgent care facilities, strip malls, stores, municipal centers, fire departments, sports arenas—and so much more. Read more.
MBMA began offering faculty fellowships in 2015 in cooperation with the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). This groundbreaking educational initiative expedited the development of a model program that partners the metal building industry with undergraduate engineering and architectural faculty and students. Read more.
Looking for a growing industry with great careers and job opportunities? Talk to our members. With locations across the U.S., our metal Building Systems members might have just the right job for you. Read more.
The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA), sponsored a recent study on fire protection alternatives for metal building frames. Nestor Iwankiw, PE, SE, Ph.D. of Jensen Hughes studied 180 single-story metal building designs that varied in span length, roof slope, and location in the continental United States. Read more.
MBMA is hosting a two-day workshop in Houston, Texas on August 7th and 8th for architecture faculty to share ideas about metal buildings and the opportunities to integrate concepts into a Structures Class, Materials and Assembly Class, and Design Studio. Read more.
The metal building industry is made up of professionals who incorporate structural steel framing systems, metal roofing and metal wall systems into low-rise, non-residential buildings that you pass every day as you drive down city streets. Read more.