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Posted: Aug 22, 2019

Wichita High School Southeast

School design has come a long way since the 1950s. Gone are standardized boxy structures, and in are spaces filled with natural light. Wichita High School Southeast is a new campus that replaces a 1950s structure and meets the community's growing population needs with current design practices. The exterior showcases Citadel Architectural Products’ Envelope 2000® metal composite material (MCM), installed using the RainScreen (RS) attachment system.

Posted: Aug 21, 2019

C.H. Robinson Midwest Headquarters

The Chicago flagship operation of logistics provider C.H. Robinson opened its doors to employees in August 2018 as the first anchor tenant in the Lincoln Yards revitalization development near the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. This modern office building reflects its riverfront location with a design that emulates the flow of water with undulating fins fabricated from ALUCOBOND® Plus aluminum composite material by 3A Composites USA.

Posted: Aug 19, 2019

Soul City Church

The leaders of the Soul City Church on Chicago’s west side sought help with plans for expansion to meet the needs of a growing congregation. The project evolved into a 29,000 square foot addition and 20,000 square foot renovation of the existing building, complete with insulated metal panels from Metl-Span.

Posted: Aug 15, 2019

Caliguiri Plaza

CENTRIA’s Formawall® high-performance building envelope effectively enabled the design team at Renaissance 3 Architects to achieve Caliguiri Plaza’s modern, vibrant façade — and to integrate the structure with the neighborhood.

Posted: Aug 14, 2019

St. Armands Circle Parking Garage

Seeking an elegant, first-of-its-kind design for the new St. Armands Circle Parking Garage, the City of Sarasota, Florida, along with Solstice Planning and Architecture and Kimley-Horn Engineering, turned to Cambridge Architectural and its concept of creating a series of tensioned spiral mesh panels for the structure’s façade.

Posted: Aug 12, 2019

Jekyll Island Ocean Suites

The latest addition to Jekyll Island Club Resorts is the Jekyll Island Ocean Suites, a boutique oceanfront hotel in Georgia. The venue is associated with the nearby historic and famed Jekyll Island Club which was founded in 1886 and catered to the nation’s wealthiest families. With its oceanfront site, the use of aluminum for the roof was the only choice to stand up to the harsh saltwater environment. Approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s Snap-Clad panels were installed.

Posted: Aug 08, 2019

Bennett Town Hall

The new Bennett Town Hall in Bennett, Colorado is a stylish complex that was constructed with a Rigid Frame metal building system from Varco Pruden Buildings. The facility was selected as the Best of Government Winner in the 2019 Varco Pruden Hall Of Fame presentation.

Posted: Aug 05, 2019

Bi-Rite Café

Within the San Francisco Civic Center are some of the city's most distinguished buildings, including the gold-domed San Francisco City Hall. While the nearby Bi-Rite Café is no match for those buildings in terms of size, prominence or importance, the 640 sq. ft. food kiosk looks quite at home despite the architecturally imposing setting. Helping the little building make a big visual impression are ornately designed bifold liftstrap doors from Schweiss Doors. 

Posted: Aug 01, 2019

SFO Consolidated Administration Campus

San Francisco International Airport (SFO), one of the busiest airports in the United States, recently completed a new building called the SFO Consolidated Administration Campus. Its purpose is to house workers from four departments – administration, landside, terminal and airside operations – all under one roof. A key component in the new building's construction was insulated metal wall panels from Kingspan Insulated Panels - North America.

Posted: Jul 29, 2019

Austin Hall

Some roofers are simply cut out to do their thing in the spotlight. Empire Roofing of Austin, Texas is one of them. The firm executed the removal of an existing leaking stainless-steel metal roof and the installation of McElroy Metal’s 238T symmetrical copper standing seam roofing system on a historic centerpiece building on the campus of Sam Houston State University.

Posted: Jul 25, 2019

City Of Ottawa Fire Stations No. 55 & 36

The City of Ottawa, Canada has fire stations located across the city to provide emergency services to more than 1 million residents. Based on the results of a study, it was recommended to close two stations in the east and build two new ones. Station No. 55 was built in a suburban area of the city among new housing developments while Station No. 36 is in a developing industrial area. Both stations feature Garland's R-Mer® Span panels.

Posted: Jul 22, 2019

Fannie Emanuel Apartments

Situated on a 2.5-acre landscaped site, Chicago’s Fannie Emanuel senior housing complex was renovated using 61,153 square feet of CENTRIA Formawall® smooth FWDS and segmented FWGX insulated metal panels.

Posted: Jul 18, 2019

Vale Church

Building systems and components from NCI Building Systems, including framing by Star Building Systems, single-skin metal wall panels by MBCI and insulated metal wall and roof panels by Metl-Span formed the palette from which the bigger and better Vale Church in Bloomington, IL was designed and built. Fast-track construction of the facility began in August 2017 with completion reached in May 2018.

Posted: Jul 15, 2019

Advanced Learning Library

Technology and innovation that are modern and engaging drove the design and product selection for the Advanced Learning Library in Wichita, Kan. Citadel Architectural Products’ Envelope 2000® metal composite material (MCM), installed using the RainScreen (RS) attachment system with its modern, sleek and custom options, fit well into this concept.

Posted: Jul 11, 2019

Lexington Athletic Complex

At first glance, one might not see anything unusual about the red barn that has appeared on the landscape in Blaine, Minn. But take a closer look and you’ll see that the attractive structure is actually the cornerstone building of the new Lexington Athletic Complex. Approximately 4,000 sq. ft. of PAC-CLAD Snap-Clad panels from Petersen made a significant contribution to accomplishing the facility's design objectives.

Posted: Jul 10, 2019

The Quarter

Located in Cleveland, OH’s Ohio City neighborhood, The Quarter is the area’s newest sustainable apartment complex. This mixed-use, green building includes 194 luxury apartments and over 30,000 square feet of commercial space. Its design blends tradition with high-tech styling. ACM panels from Laminators Inc. were integral to achieving the desired look.

Posted: Jul 08, 2019

Navistar Distribution Center

Dublin Building Systems of Dublin, Ohio utilized products from Varco Pruden Buildings to complete a massive 355,000 sq. ft. distribution center in Urbana, Ohio for Navistar, a leading manufacturer of commercial trucks, buses, defense vehicles and engines.

Posted: Jul 03, 2019

Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation Building

In the River North Art District of Denver, there are plenty of galleries, craft brewers and street art. The Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation development is bringing a new kind of creativity to the city by offering tenants office spaces along with a restaurant, retail, workout facility, conference rooms and beautiful views of downtown Denver. The building’s exterior is accented with insulated metal wall panels from Kingspan Insulated Panels – North America.

Posted: Jul 01, 2019

Raven Productions Container Buildings

Raven Production Management Company of New Orleans continually challenges its employees to bring revolutionary production solutions to all of its clients. The company's latest tool to that end are container units that can be deployed for a whole host of purposes, anytime or anywhere. One of the key components in the units' construction are bifold doors by Schweiss Doors.

Posted: Jun 27, 2019

Nitchkey Residence

Confined to designing a 2,500 square foot residence on a narrow 20-foot by 60-foot lot in a dense urban neighborhood, David W. Nitchkey, principal at CORE Architects of Pittsburgh, designed his own unique three-story home with the use of exposed fastener panels from McElroy Metal.

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