GLARE, REFLECTIVITY AND REFLECTANCE
In Scope 32, Stuart Thomson wrote a technical article about Solar Reflectance and Thermal Emittance and the relationship between the apparent visual c...more
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I understand this is the name of a type of modern music. This article is not about music, but about stuff you don’t want in your body, and specifically that you don’t want in the paint on your roof or walls. Unfortunately the definition of “heavy metal” is somewhat loose. ...Read article
Sustainable Steel Council
The Sustainable Steel Council (SSC) was formed in 2009 to promote the use of steel as a sustainable building material to the various stakeholders within New Zealand's building and property industries.
Once Metals NZ was formed, SSC became part of MNZ.
NZ Metal Roofing Manufacturers Inc was a founder member of SSC and the Sustainability Sub- Committee of NZMRM is linked to SSC.
In 2012, SSC developed its own website, www.sustainablesteel.org.nz and this was launched at the Metals NZ 2013 Conference in May. While this has been a while in the making, we now have an attractive and useful website. We invite all readers of Scope/Members of NZMRM to check it out.
One of the intentions is to publish case studies of sustainable building projects incorporating steel and to become a site which is referenced by those looking for sustainable design. If you have any suitable projects please contact SSC via the website. You can also sign up for regular newsletters.
Stuart Hayman for NZMRM and SSC
RANZ PROFESSIONALISM IN METAL TILE INSTALLATION AWARD - 2013
The reroof of a 500sqm, earthquake damaged home in Christchurch with multiple pitches and requiring ...more
Erich is this year's Roofer of Excellence
A Swiss-trained craftsman, who was recruited in 1995 for installation of zinc panelling during ...more
New Export Business Development Manager
In 2012 the Ross family (Metrotile) launched their new Tilcor business to target metal tile growth o...more
Metalcraft Roofing support NZ architecture students to attend the ‘Total Immersion’ ...
Metalcraft Roofing support NZ architecture students to attend the ‘Total Immersion’ Arch...more