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New Colors from METROBRICK

METROBRICK® Architectural Thin Brick continues to expand its color palette with two new colors, #100 Alabaster and #705 Graphite, broadening the possibilities in single-tone options and blend combinations. 100 Alabaster Adding 100 Alabaster as a new option brings a very light, buff color into the mix. Use Alabaster as a stand-alone color, accent, or as […]

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METROBRICK products are listed in the mindful Materials database

Popular Index for Finding Environmental Information on Building Products Mindful MATERIALS is a free platform with aggregated information on human health and environmental impacts for products from leading manufacturers, vetted by experts passionate about making it easier to make informed product choices. Products that are accepted into the database must undergo a vigorous vetting process

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Meet Terry McCracken. Ironrock’s National Sales Manager – Thin Brick

Terry McCracken is Ironrock’s National Sales Manager – Thin Brick Ironrock’s National Thin Brick Sales Manager is responsible for meeting and exceeding annual thin brick sales goals, creating and growing a strong national distribution channel, and establishing METROBRICK® and Royal Thin Brick® as leaders in the thin brick market. In his role, Terry makes presentations

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METROBRICK Important Part of Cancer Research Center Design

Located in Columbus, Ohio, The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute is the patient-care component of The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. A combination of METROBRICK colors and sizes were blended to create the brick pattern on this dynamic and vital building. Over 125,000 square feet of METROBRICK was used throughout. METROBRICK Gallery

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