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TB732 Resilience in Building Design

The latest buzz word with Architects and the building industry is “resilience” in buildings. Resilience is defined as the ability to prepare and plan for, absorb, recover from, and adapt to adverse events. In simple terms, buildings that can withstand adverse events or can be quickly and easily repaired after such events are more resilient.

Project of the Year 2015

Fabral congratulates the 2015 Project of the Year winners. Selected by popular vote while considering design aesthetics, unique use of metal, and scope of work,

TB702 Sheet Expansion

Any piece of metal, free to move, will increase in size with an increase in temperature, and
will decrease in size with a decrease in temperature…

TB726-LEED-2009-2012

The LEED Green Building Rating System was developed to certify “green” buildings under a
system created and promulgated by the U.S. Green Building Council…

TB726 LEED Program

The LEED Green Building Rating System is a system developed to certify “green” buildings
under a system created and promulgated by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED stands for…

TB729 Fastener Location

We get a lot of questions on the proper location of screws on exposed fastened panels. Fabral’s
position is that screws must be installed down in the flat of the panels on exposed fastened panel
systems…