S-5! was awarded the 2022 Gold Level Industry Advocate Award for outstanding service, participation and support of the Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) and the 2022 MBMA Innovation Project Award.
S-5! metal roof attachments can be found on more than 2 million roofs, including 5.4 gigawatts of solar arrays on some of the world’s notable buildings such as Costco, FedEx and the corporate headquarters for Apple, Google, IBM, NATO and NREL, not to mention 15,000 affordable residential solar installations.
Michael Chusid, of Woodland Hills, California, passed away on Monday, May 2, of natural causes. A true mensch, he had a huge heart - greeting everyone he met with kindness and compassion - and an insatiable curiosity about the world around him.
The new Austin Community Rec Center offers locals an indoor playground, youth center and a relocated YMCA. It features a forward-looking, curvilinear design called out by standing-seam metal panels that wrap around the two most visible elevations.
When the Town of Surf City, N.C., made plans to construct a building that would consolidate the police department and other emergency services operations, durability was a main consideration for an area that sees high winds and hurricanes on a regular basis.
ON DEMAND:This webinar will offer a look at how architects, contractors, and other specifiers can better understand the application and adhesive requirements for roller and spray application of bonding adhesives and primers for a variety of membrane attachment systems.
ON DEMAND: This course will cover Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) testing methods used for quality assurance of roofing and waterproofing membranes. Participants will learn about the principles outlined in the ASTM Standard Guide D7877 and ASTM Standard Practice D8231 and will be able to identify which assemblies are compatible with electronic testing and active monitoring.
This presentation reviews a variety of building types to discuss the continuity of detailing required to manage moisture, air, vapor, and thermal performance, as well as wind resistance requirements at the critical wall-to-roof interface.
A roof is more than the surface that keeps water out of buildings; it’s the first line of defense from the elements, whether it’s rain, snow, wind, hail, heat, or sun. Roof systems are a complex part of the building enclosure with many components that serve as a means to control water, air, vapor, and heat transfer.