A large number of Metal of Honor winners exhibited at the Spring 2023 trade shows, presenting ideal opportunities to hand-deliver the Metal of Honor award plaques.

James Lake (left) and Matt Cox exhibit the MBCI Metal of Honor award at IRE 2023.
From left to right, Chris Depue, Bill Fox, Matt Montgomery, and Bryan Ketchum pose with the Union Corrugating Metal of Honor award at IRE 2023.

On this page you’ll find the companies that received their awards at the International Roofing Expo in Dallas, held March 7-9 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.

The Malco Products SBC crew accepts its Metal of Honor award. From left to right: Jon Olson, Austin Cash, Jim Finneman, Nancy Gunnerson, Mike Hemmesch, and Scott Crane.
Mark Strait accepts the Metal of Honor award on behalf of Kirsch Building Products, makers of Sharkskin roof underlayments.

When you consider there are hundreds — if not thousands — of companies that supply the metal roofing industry with materials and services, you gain an appreciation for how special it is to receive a Metal of Honor commendation. 

When the next voting cycle begins, be sure to vote for your preferred suppliers. It’s a great way to support those who support your business.

Tom Diamond accepts the Metal of Honor award for The Garland Company.

Katie Hill accepts the Metal of Honor award on behalf of Titanium by Owens Corning.

Rob Heselbarth accepts Petersen / PAC-CLAD’s 18th Metal of Honor award. Only a small number of companies have received the honor this many times. 
From left to right: Randy Hicks, David Delcoma, Paul Bratton, Rachel Hindel, and Will Gerstman accept the MFM Building Products Metal of Honor award. 
From left to right: James Hazen, Dave Thomas, Steve Bradley, Lance Ninomiya, and Dave Rowe show off the Metal of Honor award in their booth at IRE 2023.

Next year, 2024, will mark the 20th anniversary of this very special award program. Watch the next edition of Metal Roofing to learn more about how you can nominate a business for the Metal of Honor. MR