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Posted: Feb 19, 2016

Springfield Town Center Mall

The Springfield Town Center in Springfield, Va., has welcomed its share of shoppers since opening in the early 1970s and was overdue for a renovation. Architects specified Envelope 2000 Metal Composite Material from Citadel Architectural Products for the project because of its durability as well as its appearance.

Posted: Feb 17, 2016

General Mitchell International Airport

Passengers flying at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee are now greeted by a stunning new baggage claim area. The high-traffic area needed a durable interior and exterior material that also improved the aesthetics. This was accomplished by a single-source supplier, Dri-Design, which manufactured Shadow Series wall panels, standard flat wall panels, and column covers for the renovation and expansion project.

Posted: Feb 15, 2016

Butterfield Hall Renovation, Michigan State University

Michigan State University’s Butterfield Hall was first opened in 1953. It is named for Kenyon Butterfield, an MSU graduate who also served as President of the university between 1924 and 1928. Starting in 2013, the dormitory facility underwent some major improvements including updates to the interior and exterior of the building – highlighted by metal products from CENTRIA.

Posted: Feb 12, 2016

Ron De Lugo Federal Courthouse

The Ron De Lugo Federal Courthouse in the U.S. Virgin Islands underwent a major repair and replacement of its roof. The 57,872 sq. ft., three-story federal building is located just a stone’s throw from the ocean in a beautiful bay in St. Thomas. The corrosive saltwater environment was the major factor in specifying Petersen Aluminum panels for the retrofit.

Posted: Feb 10, 2016

AMLI South Lake Union Apartments

When AMLI Residential planned its luxury apartment project along Seattle’s Lake Union waterfront, the design inspiration came from classic iconic transportation machines. Metal wall panels from AEP Span played a key role in bringing the design to life.

Posted: Feb 08, 2016

Georgia BioScience Training Center

Cambridge Architectural metal mesh is a striking feature in the exterior and interior design of the new $14 million Georgia BioScience Training Center. The Center supports research, technology transfer and workforce development critical to bio manufacturing, including support for the adjacent Baxalta immunoglobulin therapies plant under construction.

Posted: Feb 05, 2016

Mirage Appliances Corporation Hangar

In Mexico, you don't need a sign to figure out which of the corporate hangars at the Ciudad Obregón International Airport belongs to Mirage Appliances Company. Simply put, it is the modern-looking one with the shiny metal skin and the hangar door to match. The appearance of the door and its size speak to the design versatility associated with the bifold and hydraulic doors offered by Schweiss Doors of Fairfax, MN.

Posted: Feb 03, 2016

Central Corridor Light Rail Transit West Bank Station

Philadelphia artist Nancy Blum created the art portion of the Central Corridor Light Rail Transit West Bank Station, titled “Immigration/Migration”, using stainless fabrics from GKD. The station is located in Minneapolis, MN.

Posted: Feb 01, 2016

Maui Brewing Company

For most businesses, success spurs growth. The Maui Brewing Company is no exception. To meet the surging demand for its locally brewed craft beers, the award-winning company recently expanded into a newly constructed 42,000 square foot facility in Kihei, HI. Utilized for the building's construction were insulated metal panel systems from Kingspan Insulated Panels.

Posted: Jan 29, 2016

The Village At Santa Monica

The Village at Santa Monica is the first major residential development to be built on Santa Monica’s prime Ocean Avenue in the last 20 years. The project combines 158 luxury condos and 160 apartments with shops and restaurants. Tall by Santa Monica standards, the mixed-use development rises to 10 stories and includes 20,000 square feet of retail space plus walkable plazas and gardens. Accenting its exterior is RHEINZINK titanium zinc.

Posted: Jan 27, 2016

Tunica Riverpark & Museum

Direct Metals, an international steel service center with locations in Kennesaw, GA and Waukegan, IL, provided custom aluminum perforated metal in the construction of the Tunica Riverpark & Museum in Tunica, Mississippi.

Posted: Jan 25, 2016

Workiva Headquarters

Silicon Valley may have to watch out for Ames, Iowa. Workiva, a cloud-based software company, just opened a sprawling two-phase headquarters near the Iowa State University campus. Dri-Design Wall Panels were used to bring high-tech class to the two buildings that span 120,000 square feet in the ISU Research Park.

Posted: Jan 22, 2016

City Of Indianola Pool House Renovation

The City of Indianola’s pool house was a place for the community’s children to enjoy the summer months, but as the facility deteriorated over time, the pool was forced to close. Ultimately, it was decided to refurbish the existing building, with the help of metal panels from MBCI.

Posted: Jan 20, 2016

Grow Community - Phase 1

Metal Sales Manufacturing Corporation supplied its 7/8” Corrugated Wall Panels for use on the healthy homes of Grow Community - Phase 1, a new urban neighborhood on Bainbridge Island outside Seattle, Washington.

Posted: Jan 18, 2016

The Brooks

The owner of the The Brooks hotel wanted a unique structure, an inviting facility with a high-end look that stood out from the many other ordinary hotel chain buildings along the roadway. The ProCore panel from Citadel Architectural Products offered a clean contemporary look while assisting the owner with meeting his budget.

Posted: Jan 15, 2016

Buescher Hall, East Central College Administration Building Renovation

Located on the historic East Central College campus, the newly renovated Buescher Hall - featuring metal products from CENTRIA - previously served as the institution’s library. Established in 1968, East Central College is a two-year institution that serves a wide variety of students in the Union, Mo. area.

Posted: Jan 14, 2016

46-09 11th Street Apartments

Far from the soaring glass towers of the waterfront, Long Island City is experiencing a surge in residential development. One such development, 46-09 11th Street Apartments, is drawing the area’s population farther inland. Standing 6 stories, this 65,000 sq. ft. development features a 200 ft., block-long façade bisected by a perforated aluminum screen wall, engineered and fabricated by MetalTech-USA.

Posted: Jan 13, 2016

Fun & Fitness Gymnastics

The Fun & Fitness Gymnastics facility near Houston features metal building construction by Mid-West Steel Building Company. The building contains approximately 22,000 square feet on the ground floor and will expand to nearly 28,000 square feet when the mezzanine is completed in the next several years.

Posted: Jan 11, 2016

Gateway Medical Office Building

The new 100,000 sq. ft. Gateway Medical Office Building in Orlando is anchored by Florida Hospital and the University of Central Florida’s Pegasus Health physician practice and clinic. The facility is located in the Lake Nona master-planned community and complements an array of medical services offered in the area known locally as Medical City. Petersen Aluminum panels complement the facility’s design.

Posted: Jan 08, 2016

Nine Fine Irishmen Patio Bar

In the annals of Irish history, the tale of the Nine Fine Irishmen is the stuff of legend. It's fitting then that a Las Vegas pub bearing the same name should be something special too. The bar enjoys a destination reputation for its authentic food, spirits and entertainment, as well as for its incredible décor. Not to be overlooked is the establishment's ornately designed patio bar. It functions with the help of attractively styled hydraulic doors from Schweiss Doors of Fairfax, MN.

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