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Posted: Apr 23 2014 7:27AM

AB&W Building

Metal_Sales_ABW_1_preview.jpgMetal Sales™ roof and wall panels balance the old and new at the AB&W Building at 157 Washington Street in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. The former auto showroom and candy factory site was redeveloped as a mixed-use building with retail and housing units.

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Posted: Apr 21 2014 7:29AM

NYPD Precinct 121 - Staten Island

Precinct_121_homepage_preview.jpgStaten Island is the fasting growing borough in New York City and the newly completed Precinct 121 serves as the face of the New York Police Department there. The precinct building was designed by acclaimed architect Rafael Vinoly Architects of New York City and makes extensive use of Contrarian Metal Resources' InvariMatte® Stainless Steel on its two-story exterior.

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Posted: Apr 18 2014 7:30AM

Erik’s Bike Shop

ABC_Eriks_Bike_Shop_1_preview.jpgErik’s Bike Shop grew from a workshop in his parents’ backyard to an 18-store business employing more than 300 people. Thanks to The Renschler Group, an American Buildings Company (ABC) authorized Builder, Erik’s Bike Shop continues to grow successfully throughout the Midwest with a new store in Madison, Wisconsin.

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Posted: Apr 16 2014 7:29AM

University Of North Florida Student Wellness Complex

CENTRIA_UNF_Student_Wellness_1_preview.jpgThe $22-million University of North Florida (UNF) Student Wellness Complex is an 82,000 sq. ft. facility intended to provide recreational and wellness opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. The multi-story building – predominantly clad in metal panels from CENTRIA - also includes educational, social, and administrative spaces.

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Posted: Apr 14 2014 7:26AM

Karn Residence

karn_residence_homepage_preview.jpgThe amazing transformation of a 1950’s bungalow into an ultra-modern, energy-efficient residence is truly remarkable. But the project was years in the making and includes a strong European influence—just ask the owners/architects, Gail Whitney Karn and her husband, Robert Karn. She is Director of Technical Sales for RHEINZINK America and Robert runs Consilium, an urban design and architecture consulting practice.

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