THE BERRIDGE BYLINE
The Berridge Byline is an in-house publication that features licensee customers, local architects, and their projects which utilize Berridge sheet metal products. Browse around for outstanding applications for Berridge products.
Monarch Sheet Metal was established in 1903 as an HVAC company in Denver, Colorado. In 1981, the company expanded its scope of work when it started to install roofing products. Monarch was quick to realize the rapid growth in the architectural metal panels industry and also the advantages and cost savings of job-site roll forming. In 1985, they became a Berridge Licensee by purchasing a model SS-14 portable roll former to form continuous-length, straight and curved standing seam roof panels. As the architectural metal products industry continued to grow and mature, it was obvious they needed a stronger position with the general contracting market. This lead to a partnership with D&D Roofing and the ability to provide all inclusive bids. By 1997, D&D Monarch Sheet Metal, Inc. was established.
Not just another roofing company, D&D Monarch specializes in architectural sheet metal craftsmanship, custom fabrication, and quality installation. Their scope of work is not limited to metal roofing. D&D Monarch Sheet Metal and sister-company D&D Roofing are involved with all facets of the architectural products industry including: architectural sheet metal, metal wall panels, custom panel design, ACM fabrication, shingles and tile, built-up, single-ply membranes, modified bitumen, and many more.
Johnson Roofing has been a successful family-owned and operated roofing business since its founding in 1941 in Waco, Texas. Jack Johnson and his son Bill would travel to job sites all over Texas with shingle-packed horse trailers in tow while Jack’s wife Margaret handled office responsibilities.
Today, Bill Johnson and his daughters Sherri and Shawn manage a streamlined operation located on a 700-acre ranch outside Waco. The Johnson Roofing “family” has grown to include approximately 250 full-time workers with 60 sheet metal field professionals, 4 sheet metal shop workers, a 10-member sales team, and an office staff of 25.
Horse trailers have been replaced by a fleet of installation vehicles. A full-service custom Sheet Metal Department with state-of-the-art roofing and sheet metal equipment including computerized breaks, shears, lifts, and cranes enables Johnson Roofing to adapt to metal roofing’s emerging market and new technologies.
NATSCH & Company was formed in 1984 to compliment its sister company, Weathercraft, Inc., who specialized in single ply rubber, built-up asphalt, slate, tile, and shingles. Natsch, an experienced and established residential heating, air and sheet metal company added a new dimension to Weathercraft, a standing seam metal roof division and a full sheet metal shop to fabricate gutters, coping, and all types of metal trim allowing the two companies to expand their expertise and company scope. Seeing the growing opportunity in the architectural metal industry, Natsch became a Berridge Licensee in 1987 after purchasing an SS-14 portable roll former.
Project Manager, Joe Arnold noted, “Using Berridge portable roll formers to site-form straight and curved standing seam panels in continuous lengths gives us a competitive edge by allowing us to control production times, minimize waste and shipping costs and offer our customers the assurance they need with Berridge’s Platinum Watertightness Warranty.”
Miller Sheet Metal was incorporated in 1997 in Rowlett,Texas as a family-owned and operated business by Bryan Miller. Bryan’s thirty years of experience in roofing and metal building construction enabled the new company to very quickly establish a reputation for quality and competitive pricing on projects in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex area involving standing seam metal roofing, canopies gutters, flashing and trim. As the business grew, other family members were brought into the company to fill key positions.
Virginia Elder, who has a degree in accounting, joined the firm in 2004 and is now vice president in charge of project management, estimating and sales. Three years later Bryan Miller Jr. was brought in to oversee Military Sheet Metal, a sister company whose primary emphasis is custom fabrication of heavy gauge special framing members using copper, aluminum, stainless steel and other materials.
Underwood Sheetmetal, Inc. was established in 1998 as a joint venture with Peak Roofing, Inc. Owner and President Jeff Underwood decided in the fall of 1998 that his 20-plus years of experience and extensive contact list could help a new company become viable in the highly competitive Houston roofing/sheet metal market. Since its inception, Underwood Sheet Metal has established a reputation for craftsmanship and reliability. Underwood Sheet Metal’s commitment to craftsmanship and creativity is demonstrated in their detail work on high-quality ornamental elements such as copper domes and steeples as well as lead-coated copper roofing and trim items. This craftsmanship has made Underwood a leader in roofing and sheet metal work for worship and religious facilities.
A key factor in Underwood Sheet Metal’s rapid growth has been its affiliation with Berridge Manufacturing Company. Berridge’s portable roll formers and quality factory products have enabled Underwood to grow the company into one of the largest roofing and sheet metal contracting firms in Southeast Texas. According to owner and president Jeff Underwood: “Being able to form our own panels using Berridge portable roll-forming equipment gives as superior quality control which you just can’t get with factory-formed panels!”
LaMar Noorda grew up in the sheet metal business, working inhis father’s sheet metal shop in Salt Lake City. His dad’s company, founded in the late fifties, did ductwork, ornamental ironwork and specialty sheet metal products. When LaMar came to Las Vegas in nineteen eighty nine, he spent six years working for a company who was one of the first sheet metal contractors in the area to become a Berridge Licensee. LaMar quickly realized the potential of architectural sheet metal and founded Noorda Sheet Metal Company in 1994.
Since then, the Las Vegas area has grown at a phenomenal rate. Most of Noorda Sheet Metal Company’s work is in the commercial infrastructure rather than the large hotels and casinos. New schools,
shopping centers, offices and other facilities have contributed to Noorda’s rapid growth. The company has completed more than 3,000 projects over the past thirteen years.
In describing his company’s business philosophy, LaMar Noorda says, “Our project experience over the past thirteen years provides us with the expertise to give the architect and building owner exactly what they need….and Berridge supports us with the product, technical and warranty support which we need to compete in our market!
Buxcon Sheet Metal evolved from West Coast Sheet Metal which was founded by Gil Buxton in 1969. The company has gone through several name changes over the past thirty six years but the guiding principle has remained consistent: provide the customer with the highest level of quality in metal roofing and custom sheet metal work. When Gil Buxton closed his original company in 1994, his three sons Dick, Tom and Larry started their own sheet metal firm which is now known as Buxcon Sheet Metal. In addition to Buxcon Sheet Metal which specializes in commercial work, LTD Sheet Metal focuses on residential and Specialty Metals Fabrication supplies custom sheet metal work such as finials, domes and other special items.
Buxcon and its predecessors have offered Berridge standing seam metal roofing since the mid 1980’s when Gil Buxton purchased a Berridge Model SS-14 portable roll former. The ability to site form straight and curved standing seam metal roofing has provided Buxcon with additional flexibility to better serve their customers.
Total Metals was established in 1998 as a sheet metal company, and from the beginning has been a Berridge Licensee. As the company name indicates, Total Metals is totally dedicated to the fabrication and installation of metal cladding products for the construction industry. The scope of work performed by Total Metals includes standing seam metal roofing, wall panels, soffiting, fascia, coping cap, leaders, downspout, gutter and specialty custom sheet metal items. The company has established a reputation for its excellent craftsmanship of specialty items such as copper domes at a casino near Tucson, as well as aluminum composite panels and components fabricated from zinc, copper, aluminum and stainless steel.
Over the past four years, Total Metals’ sales have more than doubled, largely through the sale of Berridge standing seam and other metal panels. Today, Total Metals has fifty employees and occupies a twenty-five thousand square foot facility equipped with complete sheet metal fabricating machinery. The average job size fabricated and installed by Total Metals has more than quadrupled over the past five years.
Ivan Mangold likes to talk about the early days when Turner Roofing still used wood-fired kettles on their tar and gravel built-up roofs in the San Antonio area during the twenties and thirties. He says, “Back then the wood-fired kettle trucks would travel down Houston Avenue in San Antonio, and the street was paved with wooden blocks and the live coals from the kettle would fall onto the street — they had to carry drums of water to extinguish the fire or the street would catch fire!” Ivan went to work for Turner when he was a teenager and later, when he returned home from serving in the Army during World War II, he purchased the company from its founders, Arch and William Turner.
Turner Roofing started as a supplier of all types of roofing materials including gravel, sand, tar and shingles. When William Turner got out of the Army following World War I and joined the firm he started the Sheet Metal and Roofing division.
Turner Roofing started as a supplier of all types of roofing materials including gravel, sand, tar and shingles. When William Turner got out of the Army following World War I and joined the firm he started the Sheet Metal and Roofing division.
Kirtley Sheet Metal was founded in 1981 by Philip Kirtley. The company installed built-up roofing, mainly for commercial buildings in the Houston area. Upon forming his own company, Philip began a transition into the relatively new field on standing seam metal roofing. The trend of metal roofing was rapidly growing stronger in the Houston area and Berridge Manufacturing Company, founded in 1970, was establishing a reputation as a leader in the relatively new field of architectural metal roofing. Kirtley Sheet Metal began to install various types of metal roofing, including some aluminum shake shingle jobs using Berridge products.
Commercial projects which utilized standing seam roofing would comprise the majority of Kirtley Sheet Metal’s metal roofing work over the next three decades, while the firm also offered several flat roofing products.
In the mid 90’s Kirtley Sheet Metal began using Berridge portable roll forming equipment to fabricate continuous length standing seam metal roofing panels, and thus began a new process which would virtually revolutionize the company’s mode of operation.
Metalmaster started as a sheet metal fabrication company in a small garage in 1977. From those humble beginnings, the company has expanded its capabilities to include architectural metal roofing and panels, rubber roofing and related roofing products such as the very successful Sno-Gem line of snow guards. George and Gloria Smeja founded the company on Christian beliefs, strong family ties and an uncompromising commitment to service and quality. Sons Michael and Daniel Smeja grew up in the business and now serve as vice presidents and partners in the business.
When Berridge Manufacturing Company began marketing its program of site-forming of continuous-length standing seam steel roof panels over twenty years ago, Metalmaster quickly recognized the powerful potential of this new technology and became one of Berridges first licensees. Since then, Metalmaster has used Berridge metal roofing to complete a long series of landmark projects in the Chicagoland area.
Saucier Brothers Roofing, which spans three generations, was founded in 1945 by Clement Saucier and his two brothers, Cotton and Bennie. The seed money for the new business was saved by Clement while he served in the U.S. Army in Europe during World War II. While there, Clement took part in the invasion of Normandy and later was awarded the Bronze Star. The company started out crafting sheet metal conveyors, fuel tanks and shelling equipment (called “shrimp pickers”) for the Mississippi Gulf Coast shrimping industry. Widespread damage to sheet metal roofing caused by the hurricane of 1947 prompted Saucier Brothers to focus their attention on metal roofing repairs and installation. This would set the trend for the next fifty plus years for Saucier Brothers Roofing.
In the early sixties Clement’s son “C.B.” Clement Saucier joined the company’s roofing division. From the sixties to the late nineties, Saucier Brothers purchased and installed standing seam and other types of manufactured metal roofing for a growing list of commercial clients throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast region. “Clemmie” Clement Saucier, who represents the third generation of Sauciers, joined the company shortly after graduating from college. When Berridge called on the company to introduce its “Total Program” concept of using painted coil and portable roll formers to custom fabricate continuous length standing seam panels, Saucier Brothers quickly grasped this technology to enhance their roofing service and increase their market share.
Sheet Metal Masters, Inc. was founded in 1994 by Billy and Vivian Cockrell and for the past nine and a half years the company has specialized in architectural metal roofing, metal soffit, metal wall panels, metal retrofit and metal structures. Billy and Vivian credit their growth and success to teamwork and safety awareness. Sheet Metal Masters’ commitment to safety lead to their being awarded the “Sustained Superior Safety Performance Award” from the Mobile, AL District/South Atlantic Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the 4th quarter of 2002. Much of Sheet Metal Masters’ work is done on military bases throughout the Florida panhandle region, and their jobsite practices are required to meet high safety and quality standards.
The company’s growth has come from two areas of specialization: Architectural Standing Seam Roofing and Light Gage Metal Retrofit Framing/Roofing. In both of these areas, Sheet Metal Masters’ relationship with Berridge Manufacturing Company as a Licensee has provided them with a quality product, supported by technical assistance and material and performance warranty programs: “Since our main goal is to provide the highest quality products, it makes perfect sense to use Berridge products — for example, Berridge’s Vantage Point Retrofit System is the ‘Cadillac’ of all Retrofit Systems” explains Billy and Vivian Cockrell.
Brinkmann Roofing Company has been active in commercial and residential roofing since the company was founded in 1971 by Mike Brinkmann. Since that time, Brinkmann Roofing has grown to be the largest residential roofing company in the state of Texas and the eighteenth largest in the nation. The fastest growing segment of Brinkmann’s commerical roofing market is metal roofing.
In 1998, BRC Sheet Metal, a sister company of Brinkmann Roofing was established by Mike Brinkmann, J.C. Haigh and Gene Lessman — a strategic move which brought more than forty years of combined metal experience together. Over the past four and a half years, BRC sales have doubled each year and this growth trend is expected to accelerate when BRC partners with roofing companies throughout Texas to market metal roofing products during the next year.
Gene Lessman, Vice President of BRC Sheet Metal division of Brinkmann Roofing identified two main factors in the rapid growth of sales of Berridge Metal Roofing products: Quality and Service. Regarding Berridge’s ability to offer continuous-length standing seampanels with no endlaps, Lessman states: “…the ability to form unlimited length panels with no endlaps puts us out front of our competition: we recently completed a job which had 112’ long panels!”
C.A.S.S. Sheet Metal Specialists, was incorporated in 1990. Partners Glenn Parvin and Chet Klos wanted to create a company to market and specialize in custom sheet metal work. Today the name C.A.S.S. Sheet Metal is one of the most respected companies doing architectural sheet metal work in the state of Michigan.
C.A.S.S.’ reputation for uncompromising quality enabled the company to land very large and prestigious projects for schools, financial institutions and other leading companies in Michigan. Because C.A.S.S. is a company specializing in custom sheet metal fabrication,
their alliance with Berridge Manufacturing Company was a key strategy in becoming one of the largest architectural metal roofing companies in the state. In addition to purchasing three Berridge Portable Roll Formers, C.A.S.S. has partnered with Berridge to provide its customers with water tight warranty coverage on its larger projects. “We got started with Berridge because we needed a structural standing seam panel backed by a manufacturer’s watertightness warranty — the Berridge Total Program gave us the manufacturing control and support we needed.”
Nu-Tec Roofing Contractors, Inc. was founded in 1984 in Indianapolis, Indiana by Mike Hutchings with Bruce Bubenzer and Dorwin Burdine. By 1995 Nu-Tec had become one of the ten largest commercial/industrial roofing companies in the U.S. In 2000, Nu-Tec, along with six sister roofing companies formed New Millennium Roofing, Inc. Nu-Tec’s rapid growth has been spurred by their commitment to providing the best in customer service combined with a willingness to tackle the most complex
projects such as those pictured in this issue of the Berridge BYLINE. As Steve Kruse comments: “The flexibility of the Berridge Program and products has positioned Nu-Tec to successfully handle complex jobs that others are reluctant to even consider!”
Founded in 1991, Roof Technologies is a very young company when compared to many of its peers. At the time of its founding, Roof Technologies had only three employees and no revenue. Eleven years later, the company had grown to be the largest roofing company in Louisiana according to Roof Technologies President Bill Luebbert.
Bill Luebbert attributes his company’s phenomenal growth to their strategy of aligning itself with manufacturers that had the same business philosophy as Roof Technologies — “That we treat and respect our clients in the same manner in which we would expect to be treated.” Simply put, by “just doing the right thing” explains Luebbert.
With the same philosophy in mind, it made good business sense that Roof Technologies would choose to form a business partnership with Berridge Manufacturing Company. Roof Technologies began purchasing Berridge products in 1993. When they purchased a Berridge Model CL-21 Portable Roll Former four years later, their ability to meet their clients’ metal roofing requirements were greatly enhanced: No longer were late deliveries and panel length limitations a problem.
When John Davis founded Air Systems in 1974, the company specialized in HVAC services. During the next twenty- seven years Air Systems would grow from a small firm with only two employees to one of California’s largest companies with offices in San Jose, San Leandro, Santa Rosa and Sacramento. In addition to its HVAC mechanical services, Air Systems added mechanical and electrical contracting, process piping, service repair and architectural sheet metal to its list of products and services. In February 2000, Air Systems, along with several other sister companies was merged into Encompass, a 3.8 billion dollar provider of total facilities solutions and services.
Heading up the Architectural Sheet Metal division of Encompass is Mark Yeager, Director of Architectural Sheet Metal. Mark joined the company four years ago and swiftly formed an experienced staff to promote, design and install quality architectural sheet metal products.
High-tech firms such as Cisco, 3Com and Silicon Graphics located nearby launched ambitious building programs which fueled the rapid growth of Air Systems’ architectural metal division. A key element in Air Systems’ success in meeting the exacting demands of its high-tech clients has been their relationship with Berridge Manufacturing Company and the Berridge Total Program. Mark Yeager puts it this way: “The Berridge Total Program provides us with a high-profile product which offers the flexibility of both long-length curved panels and custom shapes such as tapered panels. Plus, with Berridge’s coil program and site-forming equipment, we manufacture the panels as we need them — there’s no delay or waste!”
Holland Roofing was founded by Hans Philippo in 1986. At that time the company had ten employees and less than two million dollars in revenues. Today, Holland Roofing Group has eleven offices, employs over two hundred people and have revenues in excess of thirty million dollars. The company has experienced phenomenal growth during the past few years, with revenues up eighty-three percent in 1997 over 1996. The Holland Roofing Group is the 13th largest roofing company in the United States and ranks among the Top 100 specialty contractors according to Engineering News Record magazine (ENR).
Much of Holland Roofing Group’s success can be attributed to Hans Philippo’s unique philosophy about its managers of subsidiary companies: each subsidiary president owns the largest share of stock, the Vice President of Sales and Controller/Bookkeeper each own a percentage and Hans and his partner Paul Klensch own the remaining percentage. This policy and hiring the right people are two key elements of the company’s growth record.
The popularity of architectural metal panel systems has also been a factor in Holland Roofing Group’s rapid growth. Holland took possession of their initial Berridge Model SS-14 Portable Rollformer in 1988. The company found that the use of site-forming equipment gave them a decisive advantage in saving their customers time and money. Notes Hans Philippo: “The Berridge Total Program Concept works for us — We can order coil ahead of time, then the moment the project is ready, we can start installing roof panels — there are no delays and no shortages!”
Together, Dick Goske and George Frey, partners in F.G. Metals have more than eighty-two years of experience in metal siding, roofing and framing systems. Dick Goske has more than forty-five years in construction. He began as a structural fabricator and erector for Wisconsin Bridge & Iron and has owned his own business since age twenty-eight, specializing in steel siding, roofing and framing. George Frey’s thirty years’ construction experience includes concrete and framework, design/build general contracting, steel siding, roofing and framing, with twelve years as owner of his own firm. Twenty-five years ago, Dick and George formed a partnership in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area, and relocated to Florida in nineteen eighty-four.
Today, F.G. Metals has eighty-five employees and does business in Tampa/St Petersburg, Sarasota, Bradenton, Orlando, Ft. Myers and Naples. The company offers a complete range of roofing and sheet metal services including metal siding, metal roofing, steel framing systems, mansards, composite panels, gutters, downspouts and screen walls.
F.G. Metals became a Berridge Licensee in 1996 when they acquired their first Berridge Portable Rollformer, a model SS-14. Since then, their sales have grown steadily and today F.G. Metals owns four Berridge Portable Rollformers to fabricate both architectural and structural standing seam metal roofing panels. According to Dick Goske and George Frey, site forming of metal roofing panels has been a key factor in F.G. Metal’s growth during recent years: “We chose site-forming to control quality, and production of metal roofing panels….we can measure from the as-built roof structure and form panels as we actually need them; this enables us to work more cost efficiently — and stay on schedule!”
Scott Enterprises began in 1981 as a roofing contractor specializing in flexible sheet rubber roofing systems. When founder Don Seaton saw the rising popularity and market potential of architectural metal roofing, he, along with his son Scott and Tim Wood, ventured into metal roofing with a bank project in 1988. Scott Seaton and Tim Wood also set up a sheet metal shop operation to fabricate coping, flashing, trim and other sheet metal components.
The company’s first major commitment to architectural metal roofing was their acquisition of a Berridge Model SS-14 Portable Roll Former which provided them with the capability of fabricating continuous-length straight or curved standing seam roof panels.
The Berridge Total Program also gave Scott Enterprises access to 24-gauge steel coil and flat sheet material, prefinished with Kynar 500 full-strength PVDF color finishes and complete technical and performance testing support.
The addition of architectural metal roofing enabled Scott Enterprises to offer their clients a total roofing package: “Berridge site-forming technology enables us to fabricate in exact lengths, with no waste… we are now able to provide our customers with a complete package — flat roof, metal roofing, trim — everything!” states Scott Vice President Tim Wood.
Mandal’s, Inc. began as a partnership between the late Frank F. Mandal and James A. Cooper, now retired. Founded in 1946, the Gulfport, Mississippi based contractor operated as Mandal’s Roofing and Sheetmetal Works until Mr. Mandal’s death in 1963 when the firm was incorporated as Mandal’s, Inc. Through more than five decades of growth, Mandal’s has become one of the Gulf South’s leading roofing contractors.
Any company can claim it has a commitment to excellence but Mandal’s has demonstrated its commitment through more than fifty years of client satisfaction. Mandal’s has been the recipient of numerous awards, including four letters of commendation from the U.S. Navy, an honor bestowed upon few contractors.
Although Metal Specialties is relatively young in terms of years in business, they have established an impressive record of constant growth and excellence in architectural metal panel installations. During the early nineteen eighties, Anthony Vento and Russell Deatonestablished a business partnership to fabricate and install tubular aluminum framed canvas-covered awnings and canopies. As design became more complex and larger in scale, heavier-gauge cold-formed steel framing was often required and frequently, a more durable facing material such as prefinished steel standing seam panels was specified. By the late nineteen eighties, design firms began to specify architectural standing seam panels for mansard and fascia systems and the two partners made the switch to metal.
It was a project involving a large quantity of structural low-slope standing seam roof panels on public transit bus sheds and curved standing seam panels applied to equipment screens which provided the impetus for Metal Specialties to become a major contender in the Houston, Texas architectural metal market. Not many firms were capable of forming and installing curved radius standing seam panels. Notes Anthony Vento, “The requirement for curved panels was the decisive factor in our choosing Berridge Manufacturing Company as our supplier”.
Although Orleans Sheet Metal Works and Roofing have been in business in New Orleans for over seventy years, the Schwander family tradition in metal working and “tin-smith” craft goes back many more years. Ancestor Baltazar Schwander left Germany where he had worked as a tin-smith to come to America in 1849. A century and a half later, the Schwander family continues to offer its clients expertly crafted metal roofing and accessories.
The present company was founded in 1928 by Theodore Schwander, who travelled in a horse and buggy to do sheet metal gutters, porches, corrugated metal sheds and decks. After World War II, when Louis T. Schwander, father of current president Louis “Ted” Schwander came into the business, the company broadened its area of emphasis to include other types of roofing.
Not long after Jim Byrne graduated from college in upstate New York in 1976, he set his sights on Houston, Texas because the booming economy there offered him a wide range of opportunities. The high volume of new construction in Houston attracted Byrne’s attention and his first job was with a firm involved in applying decorative sheet metal panels to mansard roofing and canopies. In just two years, Jim Byrne was ready to start his own company and in 1978 he founded Byrne Sheet Metal. Most of Byrne’s projects in those early years were metal shingle mansards on Pizza Huts and 7-11 convenience stores.
1978 was also the year Byrne Sheet Metal became a Berridge customer. At that time, the company founded by Jack Berridge eight years earlier offered a limited range of products consisting mainly of a couple of standing seam profiles, some deep vee corrugated panels, steel and aluminum shake shingles and soffit panels.
Even though Houston’s economy slowed down considerably during the early eighties, Byrne Sheet Metal’s growth continued as the popularity of decorative metal panels grew. When Berridge Manufacturing Company introduced its new Model SS-14 portable roll former which could be used at the job site to form both curved and straight standing seam panels, Jim Byrne was quick to grasp the potential offered by this new product and he was one of the first to purchase one of these versatile new machines.
Shortly after being founded in 1975, Metal Systems Inc.began using Berridge aluminum shake shingles on convenience store mansard facades. Since then, the company has evolved into a specialty contracting firm, offering a broad range of products including composite panels, translucent wall panels, skylite systems, carport structures, light gage framing and other cladding and framing products.
When Berridge Manufacturing Company expanded its ranges of products and services to include site forming equipment and premium coil material, Metal Systems acquired a Berridge Model SS-14 portable roll former which forms continuous-length straight or radiused standing seam roof panels. This enabled them to become a full-service architectural fabricator-installer.
Architectural Sheet Metal, Inc. of Orlando, Florida specializes in standing seam metal roof panels, soffit, fascia, siding and sheet metal fabrication. As a Licensee of Berridge Manufacturing Company, Architectural Sheet Metal has been able to complete a wide variety of high-visibility projects which feature site-formed standing seam roofing. The Berridge Total Program, which provides premium-quality prefinished coil, flat sheets, precision-tolerance site forming equipment and full design and engineering product support
has given Architectural Sheet Metal the flexibility to respond quickly to last minute changes and short lead time projects. As Mike Leonard, President of Architectural Sheet Metal notes: “Site forming gives us more control — last minute changes don’t keep us from being able to proceed with fabrication.”