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Greenstone Structural Solutions manufactures lightweight building panels composed of light-gauge steel frames that are pre-insulated with modified expanded polystyrene resin. James Kennedy was the first to bring the technology to Canada when his plant opened last year.

Throughout his years in the construction industry, James Kennedy has seen his share of building materials. But it wasn’t until he attended a trade show in 2012 that he discovered ... more >>

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