New MBMA Video Offers Comprehensive Introduction To Metal Building Systems
OH - The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) has developed a new video, “Metal Building Systems 101,” now available on its YouTube channel. This video is a comprehensive overview of metal building systems and runs for approximately
“Our latest video is a great introduction to metal building systems,” noted Tony Bouquot, MBMA general manager. “From their history to their many sustainable features, any viewer watching this can get a better understanding of metal
building systems today and why they are so popular.”
“Metal Building Systems 101” begins with a brief introduction of the history of metal buildings before explaining the specifics of what makes up a metal building system. It then explores the many benefits of metal building systems and dives
into their sustainability and energy-efficient attributes. The video also dispels several industry misconceptions. Other topics addressed in the video include:
• diverse uses and customized applications of metal building systems,
• metal roofing,
• IAS 472 accreditation,
• environmental impact studies for metal building systems, and
• insulation options.
The video finishes with a list of valuable metal building resources that are available from MBMA. These include technical guides and other publications, webinars, case studies and more. Detailed information about these resources can be found on MBMA.com, and approximately 30 additional videos are available free at MBMA’s YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/c/MBMAMEDIA.
About The Metal Building Manufacturers Association
Founded in 1956, MBMA serves manufacturers and suppliers as it works to promote the metal building systems industry. For over 60 years, its membership has supplied 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 www.mbma.com.