Browse project case studies to learn more about our metal roofing and wall panel products in application.
Campana Building Consultants and Image Building Systems used MBCI products to allow construction of this striking new facility to fly forward in a location with some of the strictest permitting and inspection requirements in the country.
The team needed to find an insulated panel solution that would not only satisfy the durability requirements to house a crane, but one that would also meet strict local energy codes.
The projects main intention was to identify the space needed for the county functions and services and plan for the future growth.
Athena Gun Club in Houston renovated an old office warehouse and turned it into an elite space with the use of metal panels.
Audubon Headquarters selected metal roof panels to achieve their main focus of functionality and sustainability.
Axiom Apartments faced many challenges in the exterior and interior renovations. The exteriors were extremely work and maintenance costs were becoming out of control. Bob Ross Realty turned to MBCI for a metal panel solution.
With a seamless solution to their 41-year-old roof in mind, Benny's Transmission selected MBCI's Retro-R® panel to be installed over their existing roof.
MBCI's insulated metal panels were key to this self-storage project's money and time savings.
California Tiny Homes create a very small house design that is easily customized and measures up to both the demands of building code and the open rode.
Operating primarily on donations this building needed to be cost efficient and low maintenance to make this life-changing experience available for the growing number of people they serve.
Dallas County Water Treatment retrofitted the existing roof which added R-40 insulation value, allowing the building to increase its energy efficiency.
To help achieve sustainability and durability, Denton County Transit Authority used insulated metal wall panels and single skin metal roof and soffit panels.
The Douglas County Community and Senior Center, was built to become the focal point of the community as a whole to create and preserve quality parks and recreation.
The new and improved East Texas Food Bank, renovated and expanded with the help of new metal panel cladding from MBCI, checks all the right boxes.
Built from the ground up, the new Experience Life Church wanted to create a unique and inviting environment that could withstand the strong winds of Lubbock, Texas.
Red Dot Buildings and GHLA, Inc. utilized MBCI metal roof and wall products to deliver a durable, attractive and inviting church for the community.
First Baptist's expansion created a fresh and inviting space for worship, teaching and community for their entire family, and the congregation's growth is evidence they achieved their design goals.
The metal panels provided the desired aesthetics and performance to allow them to achieve greater heights.
Iron Manor in Montgomery, Texas, marries old and new steel to create an industrial and artistic triumph with MBCI structural components.
Strength in numbers: MBCI’s relationship with customers is reflected in deep connection with LaFave’s Construction.
Incorporating insulated metal panels allowed La Joya ISD to not only keep costs low but provide the energy efficiency and durability the buildings needed.
Metal panels were chosen for the new Lake Charles Urgent Care facility due to the longevity and durability it will provide for years to come.
The selection of metal building panels for this project was motivated by the need to bring and exciting signature spark of color to the building materials palette, along with the economy and durability of the product.
The renovated fire station received a clean, vibrant look with the use of MBCI FW-120 concealed fastening metal panels.
MBCI metal panels and components were selected to achieve a modern design with varying textures within a reasonable budget, citing the "value, durability, product longevity and strength" of MBCI products.
Metal was used for the Monarch School for its durability and ability for customization with the school's architecture.
Learn how a plethora of MBCI metal roof and wall panels allowed Red Dot Buildings and Luna Middleman Architects to design and erect a facility that will serve a vital need for decades.
Built to inspire architects, home builders and others in the building industry, this real-world laboratory demonstrates innovative concepts and best practices in energy efficiency.
The metal panels helped qualify the project for LEED platinum certification because of their assistance in continuous energy savings, as well as being Air and Water Testing approved which allows for longer life span.
When MBCI’s high-volume customer Pinnacle Structures needed to streamline its ordering process, the Pinnacle purchasing team turned to shop.mbci.com.
The use of Retro-R® panels over the existing warehouse roof allowed O.S.T. Trucking to continue business as usual without any disruptions to their operations.
Owens Community College is one of the fastest-growing higher educational institutions in Ohio and was in need of expanding its facility to accommodate the growing population.
Steven Poorman selected three MBCI metal roof panels for his home, for their beautiful appearance and longevity.
The Real Salt Lake Soccer Stadium features MBCI's 26-gauge PBR panels with a Signature® 200 series Polar White finish.
The design team needed to find products that would satisfy color and material requirements and hold up in a demanding environment, which led them to selecting insulated metal panels from MBCI.
Read our case study to learn how Red Dot installed a wide variety of MBCI metal roof and wall panels on the new Public Service Complex, and how MBCI products met the desired look the city had in mind without sacrificing budget.
With a long service life in mind to serve the community for years to come, a metal standing seam roof was selected for the project.
A new standing seam metal roof system increases facility's thermal and wind resistance while enhancing aesthetic appeal.
Tacker Bros. partnered with MBCI to achieve a modern design with varying textures while maintaining a reasonable budget.
When developing the design for the new building, the architect, PF&A Design, was challenged to create a high-tech aesthetic concept as opposed to continuing to use a brick facade.
Metal panels were chosen for the West Cobb Aquatic Center for the energy efficiency benefits along with the panels providing the needed insulation to maintain the air quality.