The best three days of summer are almost here!
Our clients look forward to our Training Seminars and Golf Outing all year long! Come and see why August 3 – 5 in Nappanee, IN, the location of our corporate headquarters and testing lab. Seminars begin Wednesday, August 3, when Jim Quigley, President of NCCI will present a daylong seminar for CEU’s on the 2015 IRC and IBC. They continue on Thursday, August 4 with topics such as Wall Bracing Hot List, Fire Resistant Design and more!
Our 3rd Annual Hog Roast, featuring Unsupervized, will be held at the conclusion of the Seminars on Thursday, providing you with time to network with NTA Account Managers, Plan Reviewers and Engineers. And there’s also the annual Golf Outing on August 5! Join up with your co-workers, or let us place you in a team and join in for some fun on the McCormick Creek Golf Course.
NTA is now accepting registrations for this year’s Training Seminars and Golf Outing. Our updated online registration form makes it easy to register multiple attendees from one company in one form! Head over to our seminar and golf information page to check out the full schedule and register for this years event!
Marriott Goes Modular
The old saying “Time is Money” can be used to describe one of the most attractive benefits of modular technology – time savings. Modular buildings can be completed in weeks rather than months due to the climate controlled environment they are built in, and it’s not just homeowners enjoying the time savings anymore. More and more businesses are choosing modular construction for their buildings and offices. One of the most recent is the international hospitality chain, Marriott.
In Folsom, California, Marriott International broke ground for the brand new Folsom Fairfield Inn & Suites on March 1, 2016. Over 150 developers, contractors, architects and Marriott executives were on hand to witness the crane installation of the first Marriott modular structure. It will be made up of 52 modules comprising 97 units. Built by Guerdon Modular Buildings in their Idaho facility, the modules were ready in a few weeks. The setting of the units took less than a week – only four days. The entire structure was built and placed in about two months
Did you know?
NTA has a number of videos available on our website to demonstrate some common testing methods. Ever wonder how Formaldehyde testing is done? Or perhaps what a “Missile Impact” test is? Find these and more on our video demonstration page.
Thought for the Day
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