July 7, 2023 / Weekly News Update
Featured Project / Petersen
Metal Adds To Apartment Building's Youthful Vibe
Minneapolis, MN — Creating mid-rise apartment buildings that are both affordable and attractive can be a challenge. Mixing color and material palettes along with façade profiles and depths offers one option for boosting appeal without challenging profit margins. This is the option chosen by designers of the new Metric Apartments in Minneapolis in their plans for the five-story structure, with metal wall panels from Petersen playing a featured role in the effort. More
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TFC Acquires Denver Company's Fastening Business
Pittsburgh, PA — Triangle Fastener Corporation (TFC) has finalized an acquisition agreement with Connective Systems & Supply, Inc. (CSS), effective July 1, 2023. In particular, TFC has acquired the segment of CSS’s business primarily focused on fasteners for roofing, metal building, and mechanical contractors in and around Denver, Colorado. More
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ELM Becomes Distributor Of ZAM® Coated Products
Whiting, IN — East Lake Metals, a leading provider of metal roofing solutions, has recently achieved a significant milestone through an exclusive distribution agreement with Wheeling-Nippon Steel. This agreement grants East Lake Metals exclusive rights to distribute and sell ZAM® coated products for coastal regions. This partnership cements their position as a premier supplier in the industry, further expanding their portfolio of high-quality roofing materials. More
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Bradbury Group Division Names New Sales Manager
Moundridge, KS — The Alliance Machine and Engraving team is pleased to welcome Chris Merkel as the new National Sales Manager. With over 15 years of experience in sales and marketing, and a degree in Business Administration from Radford University, Merkel brings a wealth of knowledge to Alliance Machine and Engraving, a division of The Bradbury Group. More
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AIA's May Billings Index Number Is Highest In Months
Washington, DC — Architecture firms experienced a rebound in billings in May after a downturn in April, according to the latest Architecture Billings Index (ABI) from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Deltek. The index score for May was the highest it has been since September 2022. Inquiries into new projects and design contracts also increased this month, reaching their highest levels since February. More
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