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Metal Construction Association Adds Five Member Companies

Chicago, IL - The Metal Construction Association announces the addition of five companies to its membership. Byrne Metals Corporation, DECRA Roofing Systems, D.I. Roof Seamers, S-5!, and TopHat Framing have joined the ranks of about 74 member companies with specialties in the metal construction industry.

Byrne-Metals-logoByrne Metals Corporation is involved in the architectural metalwork industry and offers fabrication and installation of metal walls, roofing and accents for projects across the Southwest.

DECRA Roofing Systems has over 50 years of experience manufacturing and marketing stone-coated steel roofing systems.

DI_Roof_Seamers_logoD.I. Roof Seamers is a roof seam manufacturer. Jonathan Rider, D.I. Marketing Coordinator commented, “Joining the MCA was an easy decision for us. D.I. Roof Seamers is very proud of our association with such an amazing group and we look forward to many years of working together with MCA. We feel that the mission and collective interest of the MCA are things that we passionately share.”

S5 Meet the SupplierS-5! is recognized as an authority on attachment technology for metal roofs, producing unique attachment products for the metal roofing industry.

tophat_logoTopHat Framing provides advanced roofing retrofit framing solutions through innovative product lines. Tim Lane, President of TopHat said, "There is no better way to meet so many members of our industry than at an MCA meeting. But that was only one of my reasons for joining the association. I also look forward to engaging at the council level on issues specific to my business so together we can move the industry in a positive direction.”

For more information about membership in the Metal Construction Association, visit

About The Metal Construction Association

MCA NLThe Metal Construction Association brings together a diverse industry for the purpose of expanding the use of metal in construction through marketing, research, technology, and education. Companies involved in MCA benefit tremendously from association activities that focus on research, codes and standards, market development, and technical programs. MCA’s market development efforts increase the use of metal in construction by educating the building and design communities about the benefits of metal. For more information about MCA, visit

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