The Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA) is continuing its heady growth by making three member company additions to the Association.
Euramax Coated Products Ltd joins as a member of the component manufacturers group, whilst the independent roofing and cladding inspectors group has added a pair of members; GDH Consulting and AWM Surveyors Limited.
The MCRMA represents the leading manufacturers throughout the four categories of membership: components manufacturers & independent roofing and cladding inspectors, plus systems manufacturers and industry support services.
These companies deliver to the vast majority of the industry’s most prestigious buildings, developing imaginative and innovative building designs which offer cost-effective and sustainable solutions.
For more information on the new members, visit http://mcrma.co.uk/member-companies
Metal Cladding and Roofing Manufacturers Association (MCRMA),
106 Ruskin Avenue,
Tel: 01633 895633
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