MillerClapperton has two fabrication facilities: one in Austell, GA and the other in Mesa, AZ. Each facility is led by a Production Manager with over 25 years of service. From these facilities, we’re able to provide you with fabrication services for Metal Composite Material (MCM), High Pressure Laminate (HPL), Aluminum Plate Material and Fiber Cement panels nationally.
MillerClapperton brings you quality installation services in the Southeast region with more than 20 years of installation experience. When providing installation services in addition to our exceptional fabrication services, we’re able to provide you with these wall cladding materials and more: Metal Composite Material (MCM), High Pressure Laminate (HPL), Aluminum Plate Material, Profiled / Single Skin Metal, Fiber Cement, Terracotta, Insulated Metal Panels (IMP), Ulta-High Pressure Concrete (UHPC) and Porcelain tiles.
Through the use of advanced CAD drafting and 3D technology, MillerClapperton offers expertise and solution based ideas to assist our customers and industry partners in all phases of wall cladding systems. Inspired by innovation and motivated to remain the leader in our field, we’ve developed processes and practices that vastly improve our efficiency and ensures a quality product for our customers.
With in-house professional engineering, MillerClapperton has the capability to provide signed and sealed calculations as well as approval drawings for various wall cladding materials and support framing systems. This service ensures that each individual project complies with the project specific design parameters determined by the design engineer. An additional benefit: we’re able to rapidly adapt and modify design due to unexpected project conditions, keeping you on schedule and ready to finish on time.
3D Laser Scanning:
Several years ago, MillerClapperton made a revolutionary decision to forge ahead with the latest in 3D laser scanning technology, catapulting our capabilities well beyond those of our competitors and allowing us to extend the resulting benefits to you. Not only does 3D scanning make us faster, more accurate and exceptionally more thorough when conducting field measurements, but it also helps us to discover any major problems like variance early on (something that’s quite difficult to discover with other field measurement methods). The earlier you’re aware of issues, the faster it can be fixed.
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