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Building Drops Unveils Cutting Edge New Website to Better Represent Companys One-Stop Engineering Services and Offerings

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Dania Beach, FL / http://www.myprgenie.com/ via ACCESSWIRE / Mar 10, 2014 / Building Drops (http://www.buildingdrops.com/), the leading one-stop engineering and consulting service focused on the fenestration industry, unveils new cutting edge website.

“We are excited to unveil our new website,” says Hermes F. Norero, President, and Founder of Building Drops. “Over the years, we have been partners with our customers in every step of the process to become their one-stop engineering and consulting firm. As our business grew, we needed a new website that would better showcase our team, comprehensive suite of services and completed projects.”

“Building Drops prides itself on being the leaders in our industry and being as transparent partner to our customers as possible. The new website allows existing customers to log into their account any time and any day to view the most recent status update on their projects,” says Bee Westphal, CFO of Building Drops. “Now with the new website, we have a open communication that is interactive and makes it even easier than ever for our customers to see the status of their accounts as well download there drawings in real time” This also will give us the opportunity to upload projects or make changes 24/7.

Building Drops is a unique engineering consulting company. The company is a privately held entity comprised of several diverse divisions, with a focus on the fenestration industry. The company’s unique expertise allows Building Drops to be an integrated partner in the building industry in order to provide all aspects of resources, broadened by our global expertise and experience in technology and automation. 

Building Drops Inc is the leading one-stop engineering/consulting service company that provides product manufacturers with solutions to get products from prototype to state certification. With our team, our clients can focus on other business tasks, knowing that our professional associates and experienced staff are handling the product certification and permitting process from start to finish.  Building Drops prides itself to always give that “little bit of extra in service.”

The Company’s Services Include:

- 2013 Florida Building Code Updates (Affirmations & Revisions)
- Submittals to the Florida Building Code BCIS, Florida Product Approval
- Submittals to Miami Dade for NOA approvals
- Submittals to Texas Department of Insurance (TDI Product Evaluations)
- Installation Drawings
- Installation Calculations
- Test Proposal, Planning, & Pre-Test Analysis
- Comparative Analysis w/ Anchors
- Mullion Analysis w/ Anchors
- Site Specific Engineering
- Shop Drawing Drafting & Engineering

Contact: Birgit Westphal, bwestphal@buildingdrops.com, 954.399.8478

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