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MBMA Sets Record With Two New Associate Members

Cleveland, OH - The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) announces the addition of two new members. Premier Steel Doors and Frames and Hunter Panels have joined MBMA as Associate members. With these additions, MBMA now has 72 Associate Members, the most in the association’s 62-year history.

MBMA serves as the voice of the metal building systems industry, and its members produce nearly 30,000 building projects each year. The organization provides leadership, promotes research, and has an array of educational resources for anyone interested in metal building systems and their benefits. MBMA membership consists of three categories: Building Systems members, made up of metal building systems manufacturers; Associate members, which includes metal building systems suppliers; and A/E members, which are architecture and engineering firms and related service providers.

MBMA members are at the heart of the metal building industry, working with design professionals, educators, building code officials and others to advance the industry. Member benefits include exclusive access to monthly, quarterly and annual statistics, unique continuing education opportunities and publication discounts. Through its various committees, MBMA members provide information and research that is leading the advancement of the metal building systems industry.

Premier Steel Doors and Frames offers metal building door systems, hollow metal doors and frames and aluminum windows. The company is headquartered in Monroe, LA and is represented by its president, Joey Meggs. Hunter Panels manufactures and sells polyisocyanurate insulation boards for use in roof and wall assemblies. It is headquartered in Portland, ME and Edward Krusec, Hunter’s Director of OEM/Private Label Sales, will serve as its MBMA representative.

About The Metal Building Manufacturers Association

mbma-logoFounded in 1956, MBMA serves manufacturers and suppliers as it works to promote the metal building systems industry. Its membership supplies high-quality buildings for use in commercial, retail, office, industrial, institutional and other end-uses. The association provides a wealth of information on its website for anyone who works with or is interested in metal building systems. It includes technical materials and design guides. For more information, visit

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