Accel Roofing Products, an affiliate of ATAS International, Inc., has launched its new residential roofing visualizer, Accelerate. Accelerate allows homeowners to view each metal roofing product of the Accel Roofing Products line on homes of various architectural styles.
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Posted: Oct 29, 2014
When the Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA) in Denton, Texas was in need of a new facility to support the rapid growth of buses, environmental consideration was crucial to continue their efforts to save fuel and eliminate carbon dioxide emissions. To help achieve sustainability and durability, DCTA used insulated metal wall panels and single skin metal roof and soffit panels manufactured by MBCI.
Posted: Oct 27, 2014
The Farm Banquet Center in Selma, NC is an eye-catching banquet hall and amphitheater made up of five buildings that total just over 14,000 sq. ft. Metal building framing and related products from Star Building Systems were used in the facility’s construction.
Posted: Oct 24, 2014
For more than 40 years, the Colorado State Bank & Trust building has stood sentry at 1600 Broadway, ushering financiers, artists, retailers and tourists alike into Denver’s thriving Central Business District. However, its brown, rocky façade has cut a less-than-impressive profile in recent times. Helping return the building to its former glory, the architectural team of Gensler – Denver turned to Reynobond® Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) from Alcoa Architectural Products.
Posted: Oct 22, 2014
The new Harper Fiat dealership in Knoxville, Tennessee boasts a grand showroom with parts and service departments. Interstate Steel Corp. of Knoxville, Tennessee worked with Vulcraft Verco Group, a supplier of steel joists, steel joist girders and steel decking, to complete the 11,500 sq. ft. facility.
Posted: Oct 20, 2014
Shortly after taking office, Chicago’s mayor Rahm Emanuel identified the Chicago River as “the city’s next recreational frontier.“ He announced plans to build four boathouses as “anchors to the river’s future development.“ The recently completed WMS Boathouse at Clark Park on the northwest side of the city is the second of the new boathouses to open and establishes an iconic presence on the river. Vertically oriented Flat Lock panels from RHEINZINK America Inc. cover significant portions of the building's main façade.