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AIA Springfield Component Meeting

Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 11:30 AM until 12:45 PM
Mid-Am Metal Forming, Inc
1108 Center Rd.
Rogersville, MO  65742

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March Component Meeting

Mid-Am Metal Forming Tour

Milwaukee Art Museum
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Time: 11:30 Am to 1:00 PM*
Location: OFF SITE Mid-Am Metal Forming (1108 Center Rd, Rogersville, 65742 -- see map below)
Register: No longer needed
Note: Because this is an off-site tour, no live streaming can be provided.

Close-toed shoes and safety glasses required.

Our lunch and tour will begin in the yellow highlighted building indicated below. This image shows the Mid-Am complex. Please go to the highlighted building upon arrival. Parking is limited, so we recommend carpooling for the 20-30 minute drive whenever possible. Click the image below to view a larger size.
Mid-Am Metal Forming Lunch Location

* The tour could last as long as 1:30 PM. Please plan adjacent meetings and travel time accordingly.


Join us for a tour and presentation from a world-class metal fabrication company right here in our backyard. Mid-Am Metal Forming can create anything your imagination can envision! Arched windows, radius handrails, barrel vault skylights, aircraft wings and fuselages are just some of the things that are fabricated at their local facility. They are hands-on throughout your design process and can help fit your needs. Come see how it all happens and learn about the possibilities for your own projects! Learn more about their company and the portfolio of their projects across the globe here:

Learning Objectives

  1. Stretch Forming – How to create & design curved metal fabrications.
  2. The possibilities of brake forming metal and how to design for them.
  3. How to Design for Complex Metal Requirements.
  4. How to Design & Specify for the Painting/Finishing of custom metal products.