Building retrofits have surged in recent years as the world increasingly prioritizes sustainability and energy efficiency. These projects can rejuvenate aging structures, enhancing their performance, aesthetics, and overall value.
METALCON, the annual tradeshow and conference devoted to the application of metal in the building envelope, won’t be held until the fall but the organizers opened the year with a glimpse at the future in metal trends including sustainability, aesthetics, and technological advancements.
Insulated metal panels (IMPs) are like the “Swiss Army knife” in the construction world. They are strong, versatile, energy-efficient, and can save builders time and money.
When it comes to constructing cold storage facilities, meticulous planning and careful consideration of various factors are essential to ensure the preservation of perishable goods.
Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs) have become a popular choice in the construction industry for their energy efficiency, durability, and aesthetic appeal. However, like any construction material, the successful implementation of IMPs requires careful consideration and awareness of potential pitfalls.
In the wake of the global challenges brought about by the pandemic, including worldwide supply chain problems, there has been a noticeable shift in consumer preferences and corporate strategies.
The once-familiar tagline, "Made in the USA," has experienced a renaissance, with both businesses and...
There are no limits today for insulated metal panels (IMPs) as they have become a design choice across a multitude of industries and market segments.
Traditionally a mainstay of the cold storage market, IMPs are versatile construction materials that have long been recognized for their superior...
The benefits of insulated metal panels (IMPs) are helping change the landscape of construction projects as these innovative materials are evolving to meet the diverse needs of a wide array of industries.
These panels are designed to provide excellent thermal insulation, weather resistance, and...
A panel of leading economic forecasters is projecting that the strong nonresidential building momentum of 2023 will continue into 2024, led by the manufacturing sector which has skyrocketed more than 50 percent this year and looks to increase 5+ percent next year.