Four Companies Join Metal Construction Association

The Metal Construction Association (MCA) is excited to announce that four companies have joined the 90+ manufacturers and suppliers dedicated to expanding and developing the metal construction industry. They are:

Muza Sheet Metal Co. LLC – In business since 1928, Muza specializes in architectural sheet metal, fabricating and installing insulated metal panels (IMPs) and metal composite material (MCM) panels. The company is located in Oshkosh, Wis.

Courtad Dalton LLC – Headquartered in Mantua, Ohio, its services include metal wall systems, aluminum composite panels, custom fascia molding systems, column covers, gutters, soffits, and custom trims and flashing. 

Everlast Metals – This business provides architectural metal roof and wall panel systems, residential roofing, and slit coil & flat sheet distribution. They’re headquartered in Lebanon, Pa., with locations in Orwell, Ohio, Bridgton, Maine, and Howe, Ind.

Norbec Architectural Inc. – Located in Boucherville (Quebec), Canada, Norbec manufactures prefabricated walk-in coolers, freezers and doors as well as architectural insulated metal panels (IMPs) for building envelopes.

MCA members represent a broad scope 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. 

“It’s important that we work together to educate others about the possibilities of different metal applications on or in buildings,” says Samuel Blanck, vice president at Muza Sheet Metal Co. “Being part of this cutting-edge organization allows us to tap into resources that help us inform general contractors and architects.”

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.

“I look forward to getting to know industry peers and learn about how others in my space are conquering their unique business challenges,” says Bill Cody, vice president and COO of Courtad-Dalton.

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