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MBCEA Releases 2023 Building of the Year Video
"Our newest video provides a detailed look at the PortMiami project," says Sasha Demyan, MBCEA Executive Director. "This year's winning project is unique and topped a great field of entries. The video is an ideal resource for anyone interested in this project, metal buildings in general and specifically a retrofit roof, with detailed images and insightful commentary. Coincidentally, the Metal Buildings Institute released a Retrofit Roofing informational video this year, so this project certainly complements the education provided."
The video features an analysis of the design needs and issues from the architect, Jaime Ruiz, AIA, of Perez and Perez architects. James Partridge was the project manager with Lemartec Corporation and explains the challenges and solutions for the roof retrofit and expansion of Terminal F. He notes the use of Varco Pruden (VP) Buildings' standing seam metal roof and wall panels in a bright blue color, while also going into detail on how they had to overlay those panels on an existing building and roof to blend the new and old structures.
In addition to MBCEA 2023 Building of the Year – PortMiami Terminal F Roof Retrofit, MBCEA's YouTube channel features more than 30 videos. Topics covered include: past building of the year winners and contest information, MBCEA membership details and benefits, AC478 accreditation, the Annual Conference, and more. Visit the association's YouTube channel, @MBCEA, to see the complete library. For additional details on the building of the year contest and the upcoming 2024 edition, which will open in early December 2023 to MBCEA members, visit MBCEA.org. (http://www.mbcea.org/
The MBCEA was formed in 1968 to serve the needs and support the interests of metal building contractors and erectors. It has three main goals:
The association proudly boasts membership from virtually every aspect of the industry and all 50 U.S. states and Canada. For additional information, please visit our website at www.mbcea.org or contact Sasha Demyan at 484-239-3337.