Myers Building Systems named to hall of fame

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Myers Building Systems recently was named to the Varco Pruden Buildings 2017 Hall of Fame.
Myers took the retail construction category with its Harbor Freight project, according to a news release. The Clear Spring, Md., company specializes in design/build services for commercial and industrial construction in the four-state area.

Varco Pruden’s annual contest honors projects by builders that display innovation and excellence through the integration of VP building systems, products, architectural appearance, end use and design.

There are 16 building categories in this year’s awards.

“The Harbor Freight project, built by Myers Building Systems, is a perfect example of VP Buildings meshing design and economies to provide a great looking project while providing significant savings realized by the end user,” Brendan Knarr, District Manager of Varco Pruden, said in in the release. “The Myers Building Systems team applied Thermaclad Tuff-Wall metal panel system on the front of the building along with a mix of other VP Building panels around the perimeter.

“Not only did Myers Building Systems do a great job keeping costs in check, they were able to comply with local energy codes using VP Building Products,” he said.

Myers’ building projects have included manufacturing plants, warehouses, corporate headquarters, office buildings, medical facilities, aircraft hangars, auto dealerships, churches, self-storage facilities, retail and sports facilities, libraries, fire departments, municipal buildings and freight terminals.