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MCA Members Looking Forward To Winter Meeting

Chicago, IL - For Metal Construction Association members weathering sub-freezing temperatures, MCA's 2019 Winter Meeting will provide a welcome break from the cold and, more importantly, valuable insights into the most important issues facing the industry today.

Twice a year (summer and winter), the members of the MCA gather at unique venues to share new information, address challenges, hold elections and awards ceremonies, and maximize networking opportunities. This year's Winter Meeting will take place at the beautiful Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida on January 14-16.

Topics will include metal roofing, wall panels, insulated metal panels (IMPs) retrofitting, metal composite materials (MCMs), manufacturing, roll forming, accessories, codes and standards, market development, membership growth, research, technical considerations, and educational programming.

The full, intense schedule will allow for a few well-deserved breaks for fishing, golf, or simply relaxing by the pool and soaking up the warm Florida sun.

"In light of aesthetic, economic, and environmental concerns, our industry is playing a bigger role in all areas of construction," says Karl Hielscher, MCA's Executive Director. "It's highly beneficial to have our committed council, committee and other MCM members physically in one place, working together to move things forward."

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 gain benefit 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 materials in construction through the education of the building and design communities about the benefits of metal. For more information about MCA, visit www.metalconstruction.org.




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