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This is the prime function of the MRCA:
members can discuss roofing issues and problems as they arise. A vast pool of knowledge exists amongst the members and this is freely available to co-members to help resolve specific technical problems as well as providing general advice.
Working with architects / specifiers
Individual members are frequently called upon by architects and specifiers to provide design advice and detailed solutions to roofing and cladding problems.
Every application for membership is thoroughly vetted to ensure competence in the field of hard metal roofing and cladding. This ensures that all members are capable of carrying out their work to the highest standards to the long-term benefit of the industry.
There are two member’s meetings held every year as a forum for discussion on matters relating to the industry. Guest speakers typically cover subjects such as tax, litigation, measurement and cladding etc. A quarterly newsletter is also circulated to all members.
Metal producers & manufacturers
Cooperation with major manufacturers is fundamental to the principles of the MRCA. Continual exchange of information between the Association and metal producers and contractors is encouraged, as well as with other relevant associations, such as the Copper Development Association.
The MRCA acts as a consultative body for the drafting of Codes of Practice, Standard Methods of Measurement, European Standards and NBS Documentation. The MRCA also promotes the use of hard metal in architecture by producing and distributing manufacturers' literature.
In order for the Metal Roofing Contractors Association and its members to remain at the forefront of the roofing industry, a commitment to training is one of the core disciplines of the Association.
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