The MCRMA produces a range of publications to educate specifiers and contractors alike on metal building envelope design.
The systems available, their application, superior life expectancy and unrivalled value over other material alternatives also feature.
The guidance documents set out to answer some of the frequently asked questions relating to building envelope systems and their components.
The documents cover a wide range of topics, including working at heights, CE marking, installation of purlins and side rails, CDM regulations and non-fragility.
The technical design guides are available primarily as a reference resource and will prove particularly useful to specifiers who need to check on metal building envelope specifications of the last 25 years.
MCRMA’s new Advice Note intends to remind all those in roof work construction that they have a responsibility to be aware of the most up to date advice on safe working practices and also to be compliant with the legal requirements.
Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA),
106 Ruskin Avenue,
Tel: 01633 895633
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