The Metal Construction Association has announced that the Irving, Texas, firm KSC has met the requirements to become an MCA-Certified MCM Fabricator.
The Metal Construction Association’s MCM Fabricator Certification Program is designed to give specifiers reassurance that they are working with a qualified Metal Composite Material fabricator with the experience, quality, services and financial stability to support large and significant projects. In addition, quality control procedures used by these fabricators can identify problems early, before installation, avoiding time-consuming delays and modifications.
Certified MCM Fabricators promote the use of metal composite materials in high-end, monumental building projects. “KSC is a perfect fit for this program, and we’re thrilled to have them on board,” said James Bush, MCA Chair. “They have long demonstrated their commitment to the highest standards and are intent on delivering projects that exceed expectations with innovative and exciting solutions.”
KSC works with architects and contractors to design, fabricate and install a wide variety of architectural façade solutions. Their services include design assistance, custom fabrication, installation and more. From start to finish, KSC provides timely and efficient construction and a sustainable finished product that reflects the owner’s brand.
For more information about MCA’s MCM Fabricator Certification Program, visit www.metalconstruction.org/index.php/products/certifications/mcm-fabricator-certification.