Zinc, a proven, natural construction material, is extremely long-lasting and requires minimal maintenance. Throughout its long lifetime, its dynamic aesthetic evolves as the zinc material’s patina is influenced by the project location’s unique climate and protects this ecologically friendly material for many generations.
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The National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS®) started with a simple question: “What exactly is Good Workmanship?”. Electrical Contractors and their employees, as well as general contractors, engineers and building owners, see “Good Workmanship” referenced throughout their plans and specs. But no one had ever taken on the challenge of defining “Good Workmanship” when it comes to electrical construction. The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA®) took on that chSee Original Article
These days, sustainability isn’t just a goal. It’s a mandate. Project builders everywhere are actively looking for steel products to reach “net zero” emissions targets. That’s why CMC has developed RebarZero™. For starters, all CMC’s products contain 98% recycled material, qualifying as positive contributors for the United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED Initiative. Now, we’ve gone another step further. Our advanced RebarZero™ entirely neutralizes the greenhouse See Original Article