Featured Projects

Projects Home

Posted: Oct 18, 2017

Cleveland Browns Training Facility And Administrative Complex

Having the Cleveland Browns Training Facility and Administrative Complex located within its boundaries is a source of pride for the City of in Berea, Ohio and officials there are committed to keeping the team in it. To ensure the facility remains state-of-the-art, the city appropriated funds for renovations both inside and out. Panels from Laminators Inc. are among the products featured on a newly revamped exterior façade.

Posted: Oct 16, 2017

Hopewell Baptist Church

On November 1, 2016, Hopewell Baptist Church building in Greenville, MS, tragically burned down. Thanks to a nationwide show of support effort, aided by metal systems from Reed's Metals, the church was rebuilt by July 2017.

Posted: Oct 12, 2017

Duluth Transit Authority Multimodal Transportation Facility

The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) Multimodal Transportation Facility in Duluth, MN is changing the way people travel through the city’s downtown area as it caters to 6,000 commuters and 600 bus movements each day. The $30 million hub, featuring metal products from CENTRIA, includes a bus transit terminal with a large, multi-level parking structure, bicycle parking and more that lends itself to commuters of all types.

Posted: Oct 09, 2017

Waterloo Regional Airport

If there was a gathering place for hangar doors, the Waterloo Regional Airport may qualify. Schweiss Doors has been delivering bifold doors to the Iowa airport for the last 20 years.

Posted: Oct 05, 2017

VA Medical Center - Louisville

With the original purchase of land approved by President Harry Truman in 1946, and construction completed in 1952, the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Louisville has seen many changes over the years. None have been as dramatic as the new entryway that now greets patrons and families. The 12,600 sq. ft. expansion and renovation project creates a bold new image, partly due to the utilization of RHEINZINK titanium zinc as cladding.

Posted: Oct 02, 2017

Destin Commons Phase II Expansion

The major expansion of the Destin Commons shopping center in Destin, Fla., further establishes its reputation as a premier open-air lifestyle center offering the best in shopping, dining and entertainment on Florida’s Emerald Coast. The Phase II expansion, featuring PAC-CLAD metal roofing by Petersen, adds 100,000 sq. ft. to the 500,000 sq. ft. family-oriented shopping environment.

Posted: Sep 28, 2017

Meyer Najem Construction Headquarters

Wanting to make a statement with its new headquarters, award-winning construction firm Meyer Najem selected metal composite material from Citadel Architectural Products to be a significant part of the structure.

Posted: Sep 25, 2017

Glencoe Writers Theatre

An intimate community theater in Glencoe, IL owes its beauty and visual drama to the talents of one of Chicago's leading architects, and the extensive utilization of metal construction products on its exterior. The venue's exterior design incorporates more than 6,000 sq. ft. of metal claddings and systems from Petersen, finished with long lasting premium paints by Valspar.

Posted: Sep 21, 2017

Marlboro Ridge Equestrian Center

The residents of the Marlboro Ridge Housing Community were promised equestrian facilities before the recession hit and brought the project to a halt about 10 years ago. Some things are worth waiting for and the Marlboro Ridge Equestrian Center's new stables prove it. Located in Upper Marlboro, MD, the award-winning facility has ample amenities and a beautiful appearance. Its exterior is largely metal, featuring two types of metal products from McElroy Metal.

Posted: Sep 18, 2017

Sirna & Sons Produce Warehouse

When wholesale foods distributor Sirna & Sons Produce decided on a major expansion to its warehouse and offices in Ravenna, OH, the aesthetic goal was modern industrial. To achieve it, the project's architect made extensive use of insulated metal wall panel systems from Metl-Span.

Posted: Sep 14, 2017

Sheffield Barndominium

The exterior of the "barndominium", owned by Damon and Maggie Sheffield of Webber Falls, OK, prominently features metal products from Star Building Systems. Combining a residence with a large garage/storage area, the structure measures 52’ wide x 100’ long x 18’ high with a 3:12 roof slope.

Posted: Sep 11, 2017

Ross Shaw Sterling Aviation High School

The new Ross Shaw Sterling Aviation High School in Houston offers students the opportunity to attend a high school that focuses its curriculum around flying, including a chance to get flight certified. The new hangar holds the school’s two aircraft behind a bifold liftstrap door from Schweiss Doors.

Posted: Sep 07, 2017

WakeMed North Expansion

The first and only women's hospital in Wake County, North Carolina, the WakeMed North Family & Women’s Health Hospital provides a variety of services to women of all ages. Figuring prominently in the design of the new facility are architectural metal products from CENTRIA.

Posted: Sep 05, 2017

Homewood Board Of Education Central Office

The new home for the Homewood Board of Education Central Office in Alabama is a modern 14,500 sq. ft. structure, which marks the first phase of a long-term development plan on a 24-acre site in a suburb of Birmingham. The facility features a variety of PAC-CLAD metal products from Petersen.

Posted: Aug 31, 2017

Chemeketa Community College Building 20

Building 20 at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR, has created a haven for its technical education program. The structure, designed to LEED Gold guidelines, has an exterior that reflects the building’s technologically driven purpose with a high-tech feel created using Dri-Design Wall Panels.

Posted: Aug 28, 2017

Valravn Roller Coaster Station

With a name based on a supernatural raven from Danish folklore, Cedar Point's Valravn in Sandusky, Ohio is the tallest (223 feet), fastest (75 mph) and longest (3,415 feet) dive roller coaster in the world. The Valravn Roller Coaster Station design incorporated several aluminum panel profiles in three colors from ATAS International.

Posted: Aug 24, 2017

Milton & Catherine Hershey Conservatory

Hershey’s chocolate is one of America's most iconic products. And the legacy of Milton Hershey is alive and thriving in Hershey, PA, the town that bears his name. Tourists flock to Hershey for many reasons, including to visit the historic Hershey Gardens. A new conservatory at the Gardens is built to the same quality as those that preceded it. It is topped with a metal roof whose longevity and good looks are assured thanks to a premium Valspar paint finish.

Posted: Aug 23, 2017

Radisson RED

Art, music and fashion serve as inspirations for the new Radisson RED lifestyle select brand developed by the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which opened its first U.S. location in Minneapolis in November 2016 as the brand’s first new build and prototype design. Aluminum composite material panels from 3A Composites USA are featured.

Posted: Aug 21, 2017

Streetscape Developments Offices

Streetscape Developments Inc. of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada chose insulated metal panels from Metl-Span to achieve its goal of constructing a unique new office building that would not only appropriately reflect the company’s building philosophy, but draw other businesses to want to lease its additional storefront spaces.

Posted: Aug 17, 2017

Logan High School

There’s more than one way to deliver roof panels. Morin, A Kingspan Group Company, has recently introduced an onsite roll forming process that runs panels to the eaves, where they are gathered and stacked for installation. A perfect example of the process can be seen at Logan High School in Russellville, KY.

^ Back To Top