August 1, 2016
To get an understanding of what’s happening in the lath and plaster industry is largely a function of being in-tune of what’s going on with ASTM committee C11 on Gypsum and Related Building Materials and Systems....Read More Here
July 15, 2016 — The Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute (CFSEI) presented three Design Excellence Awards during the recent 2016 CFSEI/MASFA (Mid-Atlantic Steel Framing Alliance) Expo at the Historic Inns of Annapolis in Annapolis, Maryland.
The CFSEI Design Excellence Awards recognize small and large projects that exemplify excellence in the structural design of new or renovated structures utilizing cold-formed steel products.
We’ll be presenting in the 2nd (June 8th) and 3rd (June 15th) webinars
More on AWCI’s BIM Doing it Right™ webinar:
ClarkDietrich Receives ProSTUD Drywall Framing System Research Report
The City of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety has certified, in report LA RR 26019, that ClarkDietrich’s ProSTUD® Drywall Framing System (ProSTUD® and ProTRAK®) are code compliant building products and are approved for use in construction in the City of Los Angeles.
View the "Cold-Formed Steel Was Great Yesterday, Even Better Today" article in the DesignAndBuildWithMetal.com site written by Greg Ralph, Vice President of Business Development at ClarkDietrich Building Systems.
Cold-formed steel has come a long way since it was advertised for use in portable iron houses for the California Gold Rush in 1849. Its use in construction was limited back then, but it was an option nonetheless. The material, like many other aspects of modern life, evolved alongside the industrialization of North America.
ClarkDietrich® Launches “EQ-IQ” Educational Campaign to Raise Awareness of Innovations in Cold-formed Steel Framing
April 20, 2016 - West Chester, Ohio – ClarkDietrich Building Systems announced today the launch of its “EQ- IQ” initiative, an educational campaign to raise awareness about new innovations in cold-formed steel framing.
View the EQ Coatings: Dispelling Misconceptions Through Facts article in the April 2016 of TheConstruction Specifier written by Michael C. Kerner the Code Development Manager for ClarkDietrich Building Systems.
A self-furring expanded V-grooved stainless steel metal lath, ideal for interior and exterior use over sheathing, masonry and other solid surfaces as required per ASTM C1063. Used for Plaster/Stucco/Drainage/Base
A superior multi-purpose stainless steel expanded mesh lath base widely used for exterior plaster and stucco reinforcement. The flat surface is easily cut and formed for use with flat or contoured surfaces.