CENTRIA announces the launch of two all-new brochures reviewing the Formawall® insulated metal panel system and integrated Formavue® windows. The new Formawall brochure and Formavue Windows brochure are
designed to encourage CENTRIA’s target audience to find new freedom to create.
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Posted: Feb 14, 2019
Located in Denver, CO, Übergrippen Indoor Climbing Crag is a full-service climbing facility that offers a variety of indoor climbing challenges, youth programs, fitness areas, locker rooms, a pro shop and an outdoor patio. The facility features Rigid Frame construction by Varco Pruden Buildings.
Posted: Feb 11, 2019
The new blue aluminum roof on the Bradenton Yacht Club in Bradenton, Fla., replaces an old, tired roof, giving the building new life. Removing the old roof was more economically sensible than repainting it, which would only delay its inevitable replacement. More than 25,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s 18-in.-wide Snap-Clad roof panels in .040 aluminum were installed on the yacht club’s main building.
Posted: Feb 07, 2019
The brand new Reed Row apartments in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D.C. offers an eclectic, urban sophistication that is reflective of the area. Nowhere is that more evident than on the roof, where the design team created the ideal social gathering space, accentuated with claddings from RHEINZINK America Inc.
Posted: Feb 04, 2019
In September 2018, Washington D.C.’s Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA) opened the doors to its new $65 million building. Clad in Kingspan Insulated Panels' Optimo™ wall panel system, this new 120,000-square foot arena is a sleek, yet seamless addition to the nation’s capital.
Posted: Jan 31, 2019
When Bossier, LA-based McElroy Metal added 1,960 solar panels to the standing seam roof of its Peachtree City, GA manufacturing facility, it used penetration-free S-5! clamps to attach them. When the company decided to add a similar—but slightly smaller—solar array to the roof of its plant in Adelanto, CA, it again turned to S-5!