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CGC Inc. Introduces EB Métal Inc. as their Newest Authorized Manufacturer of Steel Components

June 3, 2014

CGC Inc. is pleased to announce effective June 1st, 2014, EB Métal Inc. (a subsidiary of Edouard Beauchesne 1985 Inc.) will become an additional authorized manufacturer of steel components for CGC/USG Shaft Wall and Gypsum Fire Wall Systems.

In addition to EB Métal Inc. becoming a manufacturer of components for these two product lines, they will also be available for sale directly from EB Métal Inc. in Canada.

CGC/USG Shaft Wall Systems are used to construct elevator shafts, mechanical shafts, stairwells, air return shafts and horizontal membranes. These shafts are vital for vertical communication, power, water, fresh air, exhaust and a

means of egress. CGC/USG Gypsum Fire Wall Systems are lightweight, non-load-bearing gypsum panel partition assemblies used to provide fire-resistive protection for common walls in townhouse construction.

EB Métal Inc. offers a wide selection of steel components and strives to expand in their existing markets making this new agreement with CGC Inc. an ideal fit.

About CGC Inc.

CGC Inc. is a leading marketer, manufacturer and distributor of gypsum panels, joint compound, related gypsum products, ceiling tile and grid in Canada. Its major product lines include CGC Sheetrock® Brand gypsum panels, CGC Fiberock® Brand fibre-reinforced gypsum panels, CGC Durock® Brand cement board and CGC Donn® Brand ceiling suspension systems. CGC Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of USG Corporation, the leading drywall manufacturer in North America and a world leader in suspended acoustical ceilings. For more information, visit www.cgcinc.com.

About EB Métal Inc.

EB Metal Inc. is a full line lightweight steel framing manufacturer, and fabricator located in Montreal, Quebec, and Londonderry, NH, serving the Quebec, Ontario, and the North-Eastern USA market. All of their product structural property standards are computed in accordance with AISI (North American Specification for the Design of Cold Formed Steel Structural Members, 2001 with 2004 supplement), and CSA Standards CAN/CSA-S136-01. For more information, visit www.ebmetal.us.