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November 6, 2020 - Weekly News Update

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Featured Project: S-5!
Roof's PV Panels Attached With Penetration-Free Clamps
Boulder, CO - While grounded in tradition, the new 52,444-square-foot Boulder Jewish Community Center is a contemporary example of today's sustainable design. The building's most visible energy-saving feature is the solar array mounted on a large section of curved metal roofing. The 74.4kW PV array was installed quickly and effectively, and without violating the metal roofing warranty, using the S-5-PVKIT® 2.0 from Colorado Springs, CO-based S-5!. More

Industry News:
Kingspan Introduces Accent Fin For Insulated Panels 
kingspan-accent-fins Deland, FL - Kingspan Insulated Panels North America has announced the development of the Accent Fin™, a new joint-integrated accessory that delivers unique aesthetic dimensions when designing buildings with two of Kingspan's most popular architectural metal wall panels. More 
Featured Product Sheet
GSSI's MB-10A Sealant Tape Product Sheet details the product advantages of the company's premier elastomeric butyl rubber sealant. Installation and testing are also covered in the two-page PDF Product Sheet. Click here or on the image at the right to download. 
Industry News:
All Weather Names Wright As New Territory Manager
rick-wright Vacaville, CA - All Weather Insulated Panels (AWIP) has announced that Rick Wright will be joining AWIP as the new Commercial & Industrial Territory Manager for the states of OH, Ml, IN, KY and TN. More 
Industry News:
Flex-Ability Concepts Awards 20th Annual Scholarship
Morgan-McCurdy Oklahoma City, OK - The latest scholarship offered by Flex-Ability Concepts went to Morgan McCurdy, a graduate student in the College of Architecture at The University of Oklahoma in Norman. This marks the 20th anniversary of the Flex-Ability Concepts scholarship program with the university. More 
Industry News:
AIA ABI Index Declines Slow Significantly In September 
aia-abi-logo Washington, DC - A slight improvement in business conditions has led to fewer architecture firms reporting declining billings, according to a new report from The American Institute of Architects (AIA). AIA's ABI score for September was 47.0 compared to 40.0 in August (any score below 50 indicates a decline in firm billings). More 
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