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Posted: May 16, 2018

Bartlesville Boys And Girls Club

Kids in Bartlesville, Oklahoma have a new place to play and learn. And thanks to insulated metal wall panels from Kingspan, the building looks every bit as fun on the outside as it is on the inside.

Posted: Jun 08, 2011

Basin Electric Power Cooperative – Leland Olds Station

The Leland Olds Station, located near Stanton, ND, is the first power plant for Basin Electric Power Cooperative - one of the largest electric generation and transmissions cooperatives in the United States. CENTRIA’s Versawall and Versapanel insulated metal composite panels were selected for the Leland Olds Station because of their outstanding performance features, as well as their superior benefits in terms of sustainability and aesthetics.

Posted: Aug 17, 2020

Bass Pro Shops Reroof - Pearl, MS

Bass Pro Shops brands itself as a supplier of performance products designed to endure the great outdoors, but at its Pearl, Miss., store, the roof was falling short of that standard. Though it was barely more than 10 years old, the roof’s mix of membrane and metal was already beginning to fail when a severe weather event prompted a reroofing initiative featuring metal panels from Petersen.

Posted: Oct 24, 2012

Bastoni Vineyards

This structure for Bastoni Vineyards in Santa Rosa, CA measures 35’ wide x 60’ long x 24’ high with a 2,100 sq. ft. metal roof installed on a 4:12 slope. A Star Building Systems metal building was chosen for its economy, low maintenance and durability and also the ability to achieve the clear span and height requirements.

Posted: May 02, 2014

Bavaria S.A.

Air pollution from dust, soot and smoke from diesel vehicles is an ongoing issue in Bogotá, Colombia, the second largest city in South America, and home to over 1.5 million cars and over 100,000 public service vehicles that use diesel fuel. To withstand such an environment, the new Bavaria S.A. corporate headquarters was clad with Reynobond® Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) finished with Alcoa Architectural Products’ (AAP) groundbreaking EcoClean™ coating.

Posted: Sep 09, 2008

Bay Area Fellowship Church

The Bay Area Fellowship Church in Corpus Christi, TX, is considered one of the fastest growing churches in the United States. To continue its growth, the progressive, media-driven church has undertaken a two-phased construction project on a 90-acre site. The recently completed Phase 1 provides 92,000 sq. ft. of worship and educational space within a building that's contemporary in design. Featured on its exterior is nearly 37,000 sq. ft. of Metl-Span CF Architectural Wall Panels.

Posted: Jun 02, 2010

Bay County Administration Complex

When the Bay County Board of Commissioners approved the construction of a new 123,000 sq. ft. administration complex in Panama City, Florida, visual compatibility with an adjacent building was required. That goal was met, in part, with the architect's decision to top the new building with an Englert jobsite-manufactured metal roof system.

Posted: Jun 09, 2010

Bay Forest Community Clubhouse

The clubhouse at the new Bay Forest residential community in Ocean View, DE provides a signature look for the 800-home development by Natelli Communities, Gaithersburg, MD. Approximately 11,500 sq. ft. of Petersen Snap-Clad panels were used on the clubhouse. An additional 3,500 sq. ft. of Snap-Clad panels were used on the tennis pavilion and postal facility. The .032 aluminum panels were finished in Silver.

Posted: Feb 11, 2013

Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center

The $127-million Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center in Dallas, Texas is an outpatient cancer treatment facility that receives more than 90,000 visits annually. The center, connected to the pre-existing inpatient areas of the Baylor University Medical Center campus by a sky bridge, provides a rest area for visitors and connects to the medical center’s parking garages. A sustainable project featuring architectural metal products from CENTRIA, this structure has received LEED Gold certification.

Posted: Jul 16, 2012

Bayou City Event Center

The overall winner in the Mid-West Steel Building Company 2011 Design Build competition was the 50,000 sq. ft. Bayou City Event Center, in Houston, Texas. The general contractor was LoneStar Construction of Houston, the erector and roofing contractor was L&Y Construction, and the designer was Husmann and Associates Architects & Planners PC. The building is owned by SSS Land Development, Lori Schroeder.

Posted: Jul 07, 2010

Bayside Village

Bayside Village is an off-campus student housing community in Portland, ME. The 200,000 sq. ft. building, serving students from any of six colleges in the Portland area, was designed to both stand out and blend with Portland's architectural vernacular. Among the products incorporated into its design was Citadel's ProCore™ plastic-cored composite panels.

Posted: Aug 28, 2007

Beachwood Municipal Complex

To create a design that reflected the affluence and progressiveness of one of Cleveland, OH's most desirable suburbs, City Architecture of Cleveland utilized 10,000 sq. ft of zinc wall panels for the two-story addition to the City of Beachwood Municipal Complex. The preweathered metal, in a blue-grey color, was manufactured by RHEINZINK.

Posted: Aug 09, 2007

Beacon At Lighthouse Point

Boats are out and people are in at The Beacon at Lighthouse Point, a unique adaptive re-use project near the Baltimore Marine Center marina. When it was constructed in the 1990s, the four-story building that now houses 54 luxury condominiums and a parking garage was a boatel that stored 160 boats.

Posted: Dec 18, 2009

Beacon Park Pavilion

Approximately 1,000 sq. ft. of RHEINZINK® 0.8mm/22 gauge prefabricated 400 Series Square Tile finished in Preweathered Blue-Gray highlight the new Beacon Park Pavilion in Sidney, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The layered, shell-like pavilion is a high-tech structure that recalls the traditional craft of shipbuilding. Four taut, thin wooden shells clad with RHEINZINK are stretched over structural ribs of engineered wood.

Posted: Mar 09, 2011

Bear Pause Theater

Business owner Kevin Larson and wife Sue decided their tiny town of Hackensack, Minnesota, needed its own entertainment, a business that would allow residents and nearby townspeople to enjoy a movie in town, at the same time building the economy of Hackensack. To bring their Bear Pause Theater idea to reality, they hired Kuepers Construction of Baxter, Minnesota, as architect and general contractor, using Ceco Building Systems products and expertise. The 13,268 square-foot pre-engineered steel building was completed in seven months.

Posted: Sep 12, 2016

Beaufort County Courthouse

The name has changed, as has the building, but the legacy behind the Beaufort County Courthouse in Beaufort, SC endures. And thanks to recent renovations, which included the installation of a new zinc roof from IMETCO, the courthouse's rich history will most assuredly live on for another century or more.

Posted: Jun 02, 2008

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church

More than 50,000 sq. ft. of PAC-CLAD® flat stock was used to create flat seam panels that provide a striking look for Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in Plymouth, MN. The panels were fabricated and installed by Atomic Sheet Metal, Vadnais Heights, MN. Approximately 1,200 sheets of 4’ x 10’ PAC-CLAD material finished in Colonial Red and Weathered Zinc were utilized. The flat seam panels were generally 22” wide by 116” tall.The project was a major Phase II expansion of church facilities to include a new 900-seat sanctuary, administrative offices and classroom space.

Posted: Mar 25, 2011

Beimdiek Recreation Center

The Beimdiek Recreation Center in Joplin, Missouri is a retrofit of an existing structure and an addition. Upon its completion, the project soon won an architecture and design award and now sets the standard for subsequent construction on campus, while fitting in with the existing campus environment. Featured on the recreation center are vertical and horizontal metal wall panel systems from CENTRIA.

Posted: Dec 09, 2019

Bell County Expo Equestrian Center

The Bell County Expo Equestrian Center is an equine livestock complex that is located on the west side of the expo campus in Belton, Texas. Featuring Rigid Frame, Continuous Beam and WideBay framing by Varco Pruden Buildings, the new facility measures 170,440 sq. ft.

Posted: Oct 14, 2008

Bellagio Employee Parking Garage

Elegant expanses of metal fabric from Cambridge Architectural glamorize the exterior of a newly constructed $118 million employee parking garage at the world renowned Bellagio hotel and casino in booming Las Vegas, NV. The towering 10 story, 5,160-space garage features a Cambridge Architectural Parkade™ mesh application that maintains the European style of Bellagio, adding a chic, upscale flare. Mimicking the famed Bellagio fountains, the gleaming metal fabric appears to ebb and flow, gracefully cascading down the structure. At night, the mesh is bathed in reflected exterior lighting, creating a brilliant, luminous effect that complements the Bellagio signage.

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