Magnificent Metal Monday

Another Monday, another Magnificent Metal Monday for you to start your morning off. Today we don’t go very far from our office and travel about 8 or 9 miles to the Boston waterfront. The structure today is the ICA 

Your Email Signature is All Wrong

PSMJ Resources, Inc. – by David Whitemyer, AIA – Most professionals receive between 50 and 100 emails each day. In addition to making your subject line clear and your email body brief and to-the-point, your signature should look mature and not distracting. Here are a few tips on fixing your email signature. 

What If The Golden Gate Bridge Had Been Hot-Dip Galvanized?

www.designandbuildwithmetal.com – By Philip G. Rahrig, Executive Director, American Galvanizers Association – An iconic landmark known worldwide since its opening in 1937 is the 4,200 foot-long main span Golden Gate Bridge, connecting Fort Point in San Francisco to Marin County. Its name actually comes from the body of treacherous water over which it crosses, originally named …

A sheet metal shop crumples from weight of snow

As many of you know we have been getting crushed with snow the last 30 days and most significantly in the last 14 days here in Boston. Many of us on the METALCON team have contemplated moving our offices to Tampa since the weather is right and well METALCON will be there in October. This …

Innovation Through Imagination

Due to a major technology breakthrough, Building Products Development, Inc. (BPD) and Logan Stampings, Inc. (LSI) now provide standing seam panel clips that precisely fit most of the major panel profile types. Many times these high quality economical clips are available without