METALCON 2024   /   OCTOBER 30 – NOVEMBER 1  /   GEORGIA WORLD CONGRESS CENTER  

METALCON Online Presents… Bring Your MCM to Life with a Quality MCM Fabricator

What makes some metal manufacturers better than others? In this webinar, John Trifonoff of East Coast Metal Systems delves into this question and reveals the truth behind quality MCM fabricators. Trifonoff’s goal is to help you determine what to look for in your metal supplier and make sure that only quality products are provided on your next project. Learn what testing to watch for, what certificates to be aware of, and various utilizations of quality sheet manufacturers. Ever wonder which company should oversee which aspects? He will outline the responsibilities of each party involved. Get a better understanding of MCM and those who supply it and bring the MCM to life on your next project!

Following this session, you will know:

What MCM is and the utilization of the material

The distinction and responsibilities of each party and how crucial this is for the successful completion of a project

What to look for when selecting a quality team for your project

Why bringing MCM to life requires a quality fabricator and a quality team

Presented by John Trifonoff, Vice President of East Coast Metal Systems

Who should attend: Architects/Designers, Spec Writers, General Contractors, Sub-Contractors and their workforce should tune into this important discussion.

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