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Mid-Atlantic Steel Framing Alliance Launches Redesigned Website

masfa-websiteWashington, DC - The Mid-Atlantic Steel Framing Alliance (MASFA) has updated its website, http://www.masfa.com, to reflect a new look and improved functionality. Partnering with the Steel Framing Alliance, MASFA’s members are committed to expanding the use of cold-formed steel framing in the commercial construction marketplace.

The updated website is accessible via mobile devices. It includes information on training programs available for architects, engineers, code officials, developers, contractors and the labor force; MASFA membership opportunities and networking events; and a list of resources, including publications and research materials as well as access to experts for cold-formed steel framing project assistance.

“Cold-formed steel is an innovative material for mid-rise commercial projects and is still under-utilized in the construction marketplace, mainly due to lack of understanding of all its benefits,” said Jeffrey Klaiman, P.E., President of MASFA and Principal of ADTEK Engineers, Inc. in Fairfax, Virginia. “We wanted to make information about cold-formed steel framing more accessible to construction professionals, and the redesigned website will be an important tool in helping us achieve that objective.”

About The Steel Framing Alliance

SFA Logo to sizeThe mission of the Steel Framing Alliance is to enable and encourage the widespread, practical and economical use and preference for cold-formed steel framing by identifying, maintaining, and promoting competitive advantages while identifying and preempting threats. The SFA works to expand market share in the commercial and residential construction markets with an emphasis on the growth potential of structural cold-formed steel framing in the mid-rise sector. Based in Washington, D.C., the SFA’s national network of members represents the full spectrum of trades and professions within the construction industry and virtually every product category. For more information, visit www.steelframing.org.

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