The metal building industry has witnessed a tremendous shift over the last several years. Increasingly stringent energy codes have propelled the industry toward more sustainable construction and innovation that we wouldn’t have imagined a few decades ago.
Insulation Outlook staff recently sat down with some NIA members for a conversation about what’s going on in the world of contractors.
Perhaps the most well-kept secret in the world of energy efficiency tools, thermal insulation is a vital component of properly functioning buildings and facilities.
With the growing influence of the impending fourth industrial revolution, new disruptive technologies will continue to alter the employment landscape—especially for the engineers at the epicenter of this shift.
A contractor discusses his field experience with flexible removable covers.
Most contractors plan to add staff in 2019 to keep pace with growing demand, but are having trouble finding qualified workers. These worker shortages are having an impact on construction costs and project schedules,
Often, the biggest hazard on a jobsite is simply getting to the area to be insulated, inspected, or repaired. The piping, duct work, or other mechanical systems are typically high above the ground, exposing workers to a potential fall.