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Choosing the Right Metal for Architectural Design
Choosing the Right Metal for Architectural Design

Stainless steel will never corrode or rust. Aluminum is too expensive for many applications. And zinc is quick to deteriorate. L. William “Bill” Zahner III said those beliefs are common among architects and designers in the architectural metals industry. They’re also wrong. 
 

ARCHITECTURAL: Contractor Scores Big with Completion of  New Big 10 Stadium
ARCHITECTURAL: Contractor Scores Big with Completion of New Big 10 Stadium

Before COVID-19 hit, the University of Iowa — a member of the NCAA Big 10, the oldest Division I conference in the United States — did a massive upgrade to the premium and club seating options in their new state-of-the-art college football stadium. 

Contractors Embrace Upfront Strategies for Gaining Efficiency
Contractors Embrace Upfront Strategies for Gaining Efficiency

Steve Otis, virtual design and construction supervisor with mechanical contractor Hermanson Company, offers a unique description of the business of construction.

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Chapter Spotlight: Georgia-SMACNA, Inc.
Georgia-SMACNA, Inc., is a statewide trade association representing some of the industry’s most innovative and forward-thinking sheet metal contractors who specialize in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, Architectural & Industrial sheet metal, Manufacturing, Testing & Balancing, and Energy management. Focused on continual improvement of the industry, this chapter offers professional assistance in research & technical standards development, safety, labor relations, legislative assistance, business management & project management.

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