At ClarkDietrich, one of our organizational values focuses on leading a balanced life. Within that balance is work, family, and community. Our employees are encouraged to contribute to their communities where we work and live. The ClarkDietrich Cares community service program encourages ClarkDietrich employees to perform voluntary community service work in their communities. This program enables employees to devote one paid workday every year to volunteering at the community organizations they choose.
View the "Building a high-performance building envelop with cold-formed steel framing" article written by Robert Warr, P.E., LEED AP the Director of Engineering Services for ClarkDietrich Building Systems.
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View an Acoustic Control Article written by Michael C. Kerner the Code Development Manager for ClarkDietrich Building Systems.
View an Acoustic Performance Article written by Michael C. Kerner the Code Development Manager for ClarkDietrich Building Systems.
IAS-Accredited Facility Performs Structural, Material Testing
February 20, 2012 - West Chester, Ohio – In a move that supports ClarkDietrich™ Building Systems’ commitment to quality-designed products for the building industry, the company is pleased to announce the opening of its new research and design facility in West Chester, Ohio. Three engineers and four technicians will operate ClarkDietrich Research, LLC, a laboratory accredited to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC American National Standards Institute 17025 by the International Accreditation Service (IAS).
Partnership Allows ClarkDietrich to Complement its Metal Lath Products with Proprietary Technology from Structa Wire Corp.
December 8, 2011 — West Chester, Ohio - ClarkDietrich Introduces New Support Tools Highlighted by Newly-Designed Website with Mobile Accessibility for Product Selection and Submittal.
November 21, 2011 — ClarkDietrich Building Systems will be participating in the Ecobuild America conference and exhibition being held in Washington, DC on December 6-8, 2011. The Ecobuild America conference and exhibition is designed to help AEC professionals design and construct a better built environment by bringing together Building Information Modeling (BIM), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), green building, high performance building, sustainability, energy efficiency, smart buildings, security and more.