NCI Building Systems, Inc. is one of the largest manufacturers and marketers providing metal products for the non-residential construction industry in North America. The Company provides a broad range of products which can be used in repair, retrofit and new construction activities. The company operates business primary in three segments: metal coil coating, metal components and engineered building systems. The common stocks of the company are traded on NYSE under the symbol of NCS. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company was founded as National Components Inc. in 1984 by Johnie Schulte and reincorporated in Delaware in 1991. In 1994, the company closed an agreement to purchase substantially all the assets and business of Ellis Building Components, Inc. located in Tallapoosa, Ga. In 1998, they completed the acquisition of MetalBuilding Components, Inc. (‘‘MBCI’’) bringing about doubled revenue base, the acquisition also made it become the largest manufacturer of nonresidential metal components in United States. In 2006, they completed Robertson-Ceco II Corporation (‘‘RCC’’). Robertson-Ceco II Corporation was a leader in the metal buildings industry operateing the Ceco Building Systems and Star Building Systemsand Robertson Building Systems divisions. The RCC acquisition helped the company provide greater products, reach more customers and build a more extensive distribution network. In 2012, they acquired Metl-Span LLC, a Texas limited liability company operating five manufacturing facilities in the United States, this acquisition helped the company reduce their cost and energy and enhance the ability to provide comprehensive suite of building products.