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SST Improves Industry Benchmark

PANEL CRAFT 216/218 “FRESH LOOK” FIXED CLIPS REDESIGN

BRS Releases “Core Four”

Full Line, Text, Graphic Technical Guide Updates

Welcome 2022- New Beginnings

Panel Product Quality Control Checks at your Fingertips

Building Research Systems, Inc. (BRS) responds to requested improvements by using Superior Seam Technology™ (SST) to redesign panel profile quality control check gauges.

2020 What a Year!

Wow, what a year! December is typically a joyous month of reflection and remembrance of the nearly completed year punctuated by the celebration of the Christmas Season celebrating the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ.

Groundbreaking High Capacity Rake and Starter Plates are the New Standard

The Superior Seam Technology™ (SST) patented High Capacity Rake (RP-XX) or Starter Plates (SP-XX) have been established as the new standard to handle the standing seam metal roofing industry’s most restrictive edge/corner zone wind uplift performance requirements based on their outstanding performance capabilities and innovative design along with the rapid adoption rate within the licensee, architectural, engineering and metal building communities.

BRS Takes “Blank Page” Approach to TS-324® Fixed Clips Redesign

The Building Research Systems, Inc. (BRS) Research and Development design group decided to take a “blank page” redesign approach to advance the TS-324 Fixed Clip designs while improving its function, capabilities and performance to meet the numerous new challenges facing our licensees throughout the United States and Canada.

Ted Neyer, COO, to assume active role within BRS.

Building Research Systems, Inc. (BRS) is pleased to announce that as of August 1, 2020, Ted Neyer, BRS Chief Operating Officer, will now assume an active role in operational product/project management, analytical analysis, leadership development, strategic financial planning and assisting with inside sales administration.

Handling High Wind Uplift and Edge/Corner Zones

Stricter high wind uplift and edge/corner zone rules continue to challenge metal standing seam roofing systems throughout the building industry today.