Elevate your Expertise at METALCON ’23


Upgrade your knowledge with our exclusive METALCON Value Pass, offering access to one or two immersive workshops you won’t find anywhere else. Be inspired by the foremost industry experts in metal roofing, roll forming, low slope detailing, and mergers & acquisitions. Beyond gaining valuable continuing education credits or a certificate of completion, you’ll witness an immediate return on your investment. But that’s not all! Forge unique connections and engage in one-on-one interactions with these industry leaders. Don’t miss your chance to take your expertise to new heights at METALCON. Click on each image below to learn more about the learning objectives and workshop speakers.

Choose from the following workshops:

Metal Roofing from A (Aluminum) to Z (Zinc) – Learn from industry veteran and Metal Hall of Famer Rob Haddock, CEO and Founder of S-5! Often billed as “Metal Roofing 101,” this course includes technical information presented in a common-sense fashion that makes the art and science of metal roofing clear, concise, and understandable.
Mergers & Acquisitions EssentialsKarl Wohler, Senior Consultant, PSMJ Resources, Inc. will lead this powerful workshop and leave business owners and executives with renewed confidence in their transactions.
Rollforming for the Metal Construction Industry — Day One includes: “Considerations for Metal Building Roll Formers” presented by Matt Werner and Shawn Huffman with Beck Automation, “Utilizing Existing Capital Equipment and Tooling” presented by Brian Rogers, Sr. with FormTek, Inc., “Improve Profitability & Competitiveness through Computer Integrated Manufacturing” presented by Andy Allman, President of AMS Controls, Inc., “Proper Roll Form Tooling Setup and Troubleshooting” presented by Steve Ebel, President of Roll Form Solutions.
Rollforming for the Metal Construction Industry — Day Two includes: “Material and How it Affects Metal Building Products in the Roll Forming Process” presented by Brian Rogers (FormTek), “Creative Options for Punching/Shearing/Cutoff Challenges in the Metal Building Industry” presented by Paul Williams with Hill Engineering, “Advanced Roll Forming of Steel Framing Components” presented by Brian Rodgers, “Automation and Material Handling for Roll Formed Products – Emphasizing Operator Safety, Labor Reduction & High-Speed Production” presented by Chuck Summerhill with TEKFAB


Choose from these Certification Workshops:

Low Slope Detailing Workshop – Certificate Course – Join Architectural Sheet Metal Trainer, ASM 101, Alex Prothmann, on Wednesday, 10/18 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Gain a deeper understanding of the basic level low slope details with the intention to transform perspective on what is actually possible with sheet metal and how it applies to a roof. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Metal Roof Installation Training Certificate Program is a two-day, 8-hour introductory certificate program based on MCA’s Metal Roof Installation Manual. The course starts Tuesday 1:00 -5:00 PM, and continues on Wednesday from 8 AM-12:30 PM. Steve Maule, Engineering Manager at Fabral Metal Wall and Roof Systems, and Steven Minunni, Northeast District Sales Manager for ATAS International, will lead this comprehensive training program. Upon successful completion of the training program, individuals who prove themselves to be qualified will be presented with MCA’s Metal Roofing Certificate of Completion.

*** Please note that some of the above workshops take place one day prior to the official start of the METALCON event so make travel plans accordingly. The show officially opens with the first Keynote Address on Wednesday, October 18 at 10:00 am followed by the exhibit hall opening at 11:00 am.

REGISTER FOR METALCON TODAY and receive $20 off your registration by using the code DISCOVERY. By upgrading your registration to a Value Pass, you have a chance of saving up to $140. If you have already registered, you can upgrade to a Value Pass to add one or two workshops.



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