Cooper B-Line Launches Web Site Focusing on Government Building Solutions

New Web site offers in-depth look at Cooper B-Line's range of support systems and enclosures for government facilities, transportation systems, and water/environmental infrastructure

Highland, Ill.-based Cooper B-Line has launched a Web site with an emphasis on building solutions for government facilities.

Those involved in the design, construction, modernization, and operation of government buildings will benefit from the new site's comprehensive overview of Cooper B-Line products and services. Visitors can browse links to Cooper B-Line's design and specification tool library, featuring CAD, building information modeling (BIM) models, configurators, white papers, design programs, and pre-formatted specification documents. Information on specific building types including state and municipal facilities, military structures, hospitals, schools, convention centers, and correctional centers is available.

"Cooper B-Line's solutions-first mentality has resulted in an unmatched depth and breadth of products, services, and engineering support resources for the government buildings market," says Kevin Kissling, president of Cooper B-Line. "Our new Web site further outlines these solutions, serving as a convenient tool for those in the government sector looking to learn more about Cooper B-Line products and services."

Cooper B-Line products are designed, manufactured, and delivered by a network of U.S.-based offices and factories, many with unionized workforces. Over 90% of its products comply with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's (ARRA) buy American provision. This delivers the powerful benefit of an American-made product portfolio that is eligible for projects with a domestic sourcing requirement for construction materials.

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