This edition of the Vulcan Steel Structures e-newsletter contains:

Trust Decades of Know-How

With four decades of experience under his belt, Keith “Bull Dog” Blunt is just one more example of the extensive experience that makes up the team at Vulcan Steel Structures.

Keith has worn many a hard hat in his metal building career, including working as an erector for several local builders.

But his knowledge of the industry doesn’t stop there. Since joining Vulcan Steel in 1999, Keith has held many positions including plant manager, assistant manager, fitter welder, and quality controller. He even spent time in the drafting department.

“There’s no better way to learn the business than by working in all aspects of it,” said Blunt in a recent interview. “Those prior positions prepared me for my current role focusing on quality control and customer service. I help both internal and external customers capitalize on opportunities and solve problems,” he added.

Born in Alabama and raised in Ocoee, Florida, Keith has been married for 45 years. He and his wife have five children, 19 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren.

37th Annual MA Architects Survey

Architects report increased activity in 2022 and expect more in 2023
By Paul Deffenbaugh, Editorial Director, Metal Architecture

Last year was a good year for architects, according to the respondents to the 37th Annual Metal Architecture Architects Survey. Across the board—metal roofing, metal walls, metal building systems, light-gauge steel framing—they reported increased activity over 2021. Many of the survey takers saw as much as a 15% increase in the number of projects they specified with these materials. Even in the renovation market for roofing and walls, they reported increases.

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