Metal Construction Association Welcomes Two New Members
Chicago, IL - The Metal Construction Association (MCA) has announced the addition of two new companies to its growing members list. Recently welcomed into the trade group were Muskegon, MI-based Lorin Industries and Houston's Metallic Products.
Lorin Industries is a leader in coil anodizing and has a long history of helping transform architects' visions into reality.
Lorin's Michigan factory produces anodized aluminum used for exterior wall cladding systems, roofing systems, sunscreens, interior panels, and decorative interior applications—color matching any hue and creating custom shapes that are beautiful,
durable, and sustainable.
The company was founded in 1943 by Herb Kersman and has stayed in the family for 75 years. Visit www.lorin.com to learn more.
Internationally known for ridge ventilators, Metallic Products offers a host of related products, including roof curbs, wall louvers, and personnel door canopies. The products are created in the company's Texas facility using cutting-edge technology and design equipment to create top-notch metal building accessories at competitive prices.
The company started as a trim shop in 1962, fabricating ventilation products by hand for steel buildings. Though it has grown in every way over its 60 years in business, Metallic Products still takes pride in providing quality, cost-effective ventilation products, outstanding customer service, and shortened lead times to its friends and customers. To learn more about the company, visit www.mpvent.com.
About The Metal Construction Association
The 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 www.metalconstruction.org.