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Posted: Nov 24, 2015

Pound Ridge House

How does an architect know it is selecting the best product for the job? In the case of the Pound Ridge House in Pound Ridge, NY, Kieran Timberlake of Philadelphia went above and beyond, placing material samples at the chosen home site and then waiting. It was the results after one year that led the firm to specify stainless steels from Contrarian Metal Resources for the unique home's construction.

Posted: Nov 23, 2015

Rocketship Nashville Elementary School

Eye-catching insulated metal panels from Kingspan Insulated Panels—in Redwood, Dove Gray, Regal White and Evergreen—played a critical role in the design and construction of the new Rocketship Nashville Elementary School in Nashville, TN. But good looks were just one of the many benefits the panels brought to the project.

Posted: Nov 20, 2015

Mission College Gillmor Center

The Gillmor Center - a 100,000 square foot, three-story interdisciplinary classroom facility - represents the first phase of the existing Main Building replacement at the Mission College campus in Santa Clara, CA. It features insulated metal panels and metal sunshades from CENTRIA.

Posted: Nov 19, 2015

University Of Cincinnati College Of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning

Designed by renowned architect Peter Eisenman, and opened in 1996, the Aronoff Center linked together the previously existing Alms, DAAP and Wolfson buildings to form the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning. When the original EIFS façade failed, Overly was selected to design a rainscreen panel system that could meet the structure’s performance challenges while maintaining the architectural integrity of the original design.

Posted: Nov 18, 2015

Saukville Police Station

In the early stages of planning for a new police station in a fast-growing suburb of Milwaukee, police officials discovered Rytec Doors. And when an architect was selected to design the community's knew police station, they insisted Rytec® Spiral® high-speed roll-up doors be included.

Posted: Nov 16, 2015

Pearson Court Square

Though Englert Inc. is well-established in the metal roofing market, they are an up-and-comer on the wall panel side of the business. That makes it all the more fitting that one of the company's insulated metal panel profiles would be chosen for Pearson Court Square, a 15-story, 170,000 sq. ft. residential apartment building that is located in an area of Long Island City, NY that's considered an up-and-comer too.

Posted: Nov 13, 2015

Gulf Gate Public Library

The new Gulf Gate Public Library in Sarasota, Florida has opened as a sparkling, high-tech replacement for the highly used but aging facility previously located on the same site. Approximately 15,000 sq. ft. of Petersen Aluminum’s PAC-CLAD Tite-Loc Plus panels and 8,000 sq. ft. of Snap-Clad panels were utilized to help accomplish the design objectives and stay within budget.

Posted: Nov 11, 2015

Squam Lake House

In many regards, little has changed at New Hampshire’s Squam Lake in the nearly 35 years since the classic movie On Golden Pond was filmed there. The lake is still a generational favorite for family getaways and vacations in a traditional setting. But now, beautifully designed and strikingly contemporary residences are being constructed among the classic old cabins. A good example is the new Squam Lake House, clad with architectural zinc from RHEINZINK America Inc.

Posted: Nov 09, 2015

Intrinsic School

On Chicago’s Northwest Side, Intrinsic Schools’ new 58,000-square-foot Belmont Campus transforms a former lumberyard into a contemporary educational facility. The public charter school building showcases a distinctive, patterned facade with multiple components finished in Valspar’s Fluropon® 70 percent polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin-based exterior coatings. Among them were insulated metal panel systems from Kingpan Insulated Panels.

Posted: Nov 06, 2015

St. Thomas Medical Office Building

A state of the art medical facility required an appearance to match, blending bricks and glass, as well as composite panels from Citadel Architectural Products.

Posted: Nov 05, 2015

Wolf Creek Branch Library

The Wolf Creek neighborhood in the southwest suburb of Atlanta has been undergoing a resurgence in recent years. Another piece to the area's comeback was added with the opening of the Wolf Creek Library in September 2014. Designed by Leo A. Daly, the building's exterior is clad with ALPOLIC®/fr 4mm fire-retardant aluminum composite material from ALPOLIC® Materials | Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America.

Posted: Nov 04, 2015

CAID Industries

CAID Industries is a leader in metal fabrication in the Southwest United States. Their new Tucson, Arizona facility - featuring metal products from Mid-West Steel Building Company - includes 20 acres of fenced-in yard and office and production facilities.

Posted: Nov 02, 2015

Opus One Winery Workshop

The founding of the Opus One winery in California's Napa Valley in 1979 brought together two of the top names in winemaking, one from the Old World wine establishment in Europe and one from the New World winemaking industry in the United States. The design of the winery's new equipment shop reflects a balance too, where function on the one hand is countered by form on the other. Fortunately, the bifold and hydraulic doors specified for the state-of-the-art facility satisfied both desires. They were manufactured by Schweiss Doors of Hector, MN.

Posted: Oct 30, 2015

Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District

The new Holiday Inn Manhattan-Financial District is lighting up the Wall Street neighborhood with a brilliant metal-paneled façade. Crafted from Reynobond® Aluminum Composite Material (ACM), the facade attracts and reflects light to brighten the street-level pedestrian landscape around it. The new hotel also provides a new superlative for Manhattan. At 50 stories tall, it is the tallest Holiday Inn in the world.

Posted: Oct 28, 2015

Bicknell Family Center For The Arts

For almost 35 years, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg Kan., had limited performing arts offerings for its students because the campus did not have a facility to support a large program. That changed this academic year when the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts opened. Four shades of the Dri-Design Wall Panel System clad the building to make it warm and inviting while also standing out.

Posted: Oct 26, 2015

Bale Breaker Brewery

The Bale Breaker Brewing Company is located just east of Yakima, Washington, in the small town of Moxee, the self-proclaimed Hop Capital of the World. Surrounded on three sides by a field of Cascade hops, the new facility is the first and only known brewery in America located in a working hop field. Utilized for the brewery's construction were insulated metal panels from Kingspan.

Posted: Oct 23, 2015

Greers Ferry High School

A unique and challenging roofing problem on a large school called for a permanent solution. Freedom Roofing Solutions of Vilonia, AR provided one by topping the gymnasium at Greers Ferry High School in Greers Ferry, AR with a jobsite-fabricated Drexel Metals standing seam metal roof system.

Posted: Oct 21, 2015

Miller Outdoor Theater

Because the show must go on, what served as a canopy-style roof at the Miller Outdoor Theater in Houston needed repairs in short order. Byrne Metals installed more than 18,000 square feet of copper 238T standing seam panels during the 5-month offseason by calling in the roll former from McElroy Metal that runs panels right onto the roof deck.

Posted: Oct 19, 2015

Kennedy Space Center Orbiter Building

The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is the new $100 million home of the priceless, historic Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit which tells the story of NASA’s 30-year space shuttle program. The Atlantis exhibit is the marquee element of the Visitor Complex’s 10-year master construction plan. Architectural metal products from CENTRIA played a key role in the design of the Titusville, FL complex.

Posted: Oct 16, 2015

Howard Tiger Recreational Center Airnasium

In January 2013, the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Stiles Construction announced a joint venture partnership to create Seminole/Stiles, LLC. Among the projects completed by the company so far is the Howard Tiger Recreational Center in Hollywood, FL. One of its features is a airnasium, created utilizing a metal building framing system from Allied Steel Buildings of Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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