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McElroy Metal offers white paper on successful hangar recover
BOSSIER CITY, La. March 15, 2016 – McElroy Metal has put together a white paper about a successful hangar recover for Southwest Airlines. McElroy Metal Recover Manager Charlie Smith, was onsite in Orlando within a week of the initial call from Southwest Airlines to gain an understanding of the problem and goals for the project.

McElroy Metal headed up the team that developed, engineered, manufactured and installed the best solution for a roof that was damaged by 30 years of tropical storms, including Hurricane Charley in 2004.

The 238T Symmetrical Standing Seam roofing system from McElroy Metal was installed on sub-purlins from Roof Hugger. The 238T could met the wind uplift requirements and the installation without a tear-off, offered the best chance for success with minimal interruption to the daily operation.

To download the white paper, go to http://www.mcelroymetal.com/elements/files/CS001SouthwestCaseStudy-Web.pdf.

About McElroy Metal
Since 1963, McElroy Metal has served the construction industry with quality products and excellent customer service. The family-owned components manufacturer is headquartered in Bossier City, La., and has 12 manufacturing facilities across the United States. Quality, service and performance have been the cornerstone of McElroy Metal’s business philosophy and have contributed to the success of the company through the years. As a preferred service provider, these values will continue to be at the forefront of McElroy Metal’s model along with a strong focus on the customer. More information can be found at http://www.mcelroymetal.com.

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