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Posted: Dec 04, 2015

All Inside Storage

Business is booming for a California developer of storage units for campers, boats, cars and planes. Units from 10' to 100' wide and up to 85' deep features amenities that customers seem to like...including the doors that secure them. All but a few of the more than 130 doors installed so far were manufactured by Schweiss Doors, one of the world's leading producers of bifold and hydraulic doors.

Posted: Oct 20, 2008

Allegheny Construction Group Headquarters

Allegheny Construction Group, Inc. has repeatedly ranked among the “Pittsburgh Top 100”, an annual recognition for the fastest growing construction or real estate firms serving that Pennsylvania metropolitan area. The Butler Buildership steadily outgrew its former location until Laura Deklewa, President, committed to building a new 9200-sq.-ft. headquarters office and mezzanine levels, and the 10,300 sq. ft. of support facilities in the Pittsburgh suburb of Bridgeville. The Butler building makes a graphic statement about the metal building projects that comprise a significant share of the general contractor’s projects every year.

Posted: Aug 08, 2016

Allegheny Health Network Sports Complex At Cool Springs

The Cool Springs Golf Center in Pittsburgh was devastated by a fire that turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Penn Cove Group Capital stepped in to rebuild the driving range and golf cages initially and did a massive renovation and upgrade. They were about to call it a day, when their imagination took flight - resulting in the Allegheny Health Network Sports Complex At Cool Springs, featuring products from Ceco Building Systems.

Posted: Mar 25, 2016

Allen County Judicial Center

When it comes to county courthouses, they don't build them like they used to...or do they? The new Allen County Judicial Center in Scottsville, KY has the style and stature of the courthouses of a by-gone era. Topping the stately structure is zinc roofing from IMETCO.

Posted: Dec 03, 2009

Alley 24

Located in the South Lake Union section of Seattle, Washington, Alley 24 owes its name to the fact it sits on a city block subdivided into four quarters by intersecting midblock alleys. Perhaps a name suggesting sustainability would have been more appropriate though, as the project is among the city’s most environmentally friendly and represents one of the U.S.’s first LEED-certified mixed-use projects. Among the energy-efficient products used on the project were UNA-CLAD™ Custom Sunscreens from Firestone Metal Products of Anoka, MN.

Posted: Sep 12, 2012

Alliance Safety Council Headquarters

The Alliance Safety Council in Baton Rouge, LA is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving safety in the workplace. Although initially providing services only in Louisiana, members have taken the organization to a broader market through nationwide safety programs. A new 32,000 sq. ft. headquarters helps the organization meet its goals both locally and beyond. Featured on the building’s exterior are metal composite material wall panels from Citadel Architectural Products.

Posted: Apr 06, 2011

All-Star Batting Range

A sports and entertainment facility in Southwest Connecticut may have patrons wondering, "Is this an old-fashioned baseball park, or a modern-day place to practice my home run prowess?" That's because All-Star Batting Range is a prime example of how truly non-traditional a metal building can be. Located in Brookfield, Conn., the Ceco Building Systems facility sports an exterior reminiscent of an old-fashioned baseball park.

Posted: Sep 30, 2013

Almac Group - North American Headquarters

Inspired by the company’s Irish roots, the design of the new North American headquarters building of Almac Group borrows elements from both North American and European office cultures. It borrows architectural elements as well, especially its zinc cladding. Approximately 35,000 sq. ft. of RHEINZINK prePATINA blue-grey Sinusoidal Corrugated Panels and 18,000 sq. ft. of RHEINZINK prePATINA blue-grey Horizontal Reveal Panels were utilized on the project, which is located in Souderton, PA.

Posted: Jul 27, 2012

Aloft Hotel - Chesapeake, VA

You won’t find Aloft Hotels everywhere, but someday you might. The chain launched in 2008 with the construction of its flagship hotel at the Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Since that time, more than 50 additional Aloft Hotels have been built. Among them is the one in Chesapeake, VA. Completed in 2010, that hotel is distinguishable by the ALPOLIC ACM woven into both its interior and exterior design.

Posted: Jun 20, 2019

Alpha Brewing Company

Alpha Brewing Company recently took its business to the next level with a new, expanded headquarters in St. Louis that features a high-performance insulated metal panel façade by Metl-Span. At more than 13,000 square feet, the all-inclusive facility combines a taproom and restaurant with seating for approximately 300 patrons and the manufacturing capability to produce 3,000 barrels of beer annually.

Posted: Jan 03, 2011

Alpha Flying And Atlas Aircraft Center

The Alpha Flying (AFI) and Atlas Aircraft Center (APC) is a one-stop provider airport committed to servicing all its visitors' airport needs. For example, the full service spectrum facility offers general aviation uses such as aircraft storage, maintenance, repair and technical support. Located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, the center houses a 40,000 square foot hangar (138’ wide x 286’ long) and a 44,000 square foot area for office space. The hangar utilizes 138’ clearspan straight column framing by Metallic Building Company.

Posted: Oct 24, 2011

Alpha Hart Lewis Elementary School

The Alpha Hart Lewis Elementary School is the first new elementary school constructed in Columbia, MO in more than nine years and introduces an innovative prototype. The 69,000 sq. ft. facility is organized around a gently sweeping arc with four separate wings. Three wings consist of shared learning “pods” and the fourth wing includes administration, cafeteria and gymnasium. Metal wall panels from Citadel were among the building's standout cladding materials.

Posted: Feb 13, 2015

Altara Center

Honduras holds a rich architectural history and reflects the cultural identities and aspirations of generations of Central American people. And so it goes for the new Altara Center, featuring ALPOLIC materials from Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America Inc.

Posted: Aug 29, 2019

Altar'd State

When creating a truly motivating retail experience, the dedication of every construction team member is needed. Millennium Interiors in Pottstown, Pa., shows commitment to its craft in all its jobs through its detailed work and corporate beliefs. This is evident in its work at Altar'd State, a women’s clothing boutique at The Promenade Shops at Soucon Valley in Central Valley, Pa., where curves were created with Flex-C Arch and Flex-C Trac from Flex-Ability Concepts.

Posted: Dec 01, 2014

Alton Hall Elementary School

Providing a safe and healthy environment for students is clearly a high-ranking consideration in the construction of an elementary school. Architects for the Alton Hall Elementary School in Galloway, Ohio recognized the need for snow retention and specified the Sno Barricade® from Sno Gem® Inc. to be attached to the standing seam roof.

Posted: Mar 19, 2018

American AgCredit Headquarters

American AgCredit’s new headquarters in Santa Rosa, CA speaks to the company’s ever-growing, ever-changing business model. The energy-efficient building, designed by TLCD Architecture, Santa Rosa, is distinctive for its curved forms and natural materials. Perforated Series Wall Panels from Dri-Design, made from VMZINC, add a timeless warmth, durability and beauty.

Posted: Nov 16, 2009

American Airlines Arena’s Digital Media Screen

When the NBA’s Miami HEAT Group decided to create a marquee on the exterior of its American Airlines Arena, the franchise wanted something that would not only draw attention to the arena itself, but also transform downtown Miami, FL. Made from 3,400 square feet of a high-grade architectural woven stainless steel mesh fabric with interwoven LED profiles, Miami’s Mediamesh® digital media screen, patented by GKD and ag4, provides visitors to the arena with unobstructed viewing from the interior and visually engaging digital media content on the exterior.

Posted: Mar 27, 2017

American Airlines Training & Conference Center

It’s a rare occasion when a newly constructed building is partially disassembled upon completion, but that is exactly what happened at the American Airlines Training & Conference Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Not long after expansion construction was completed, a section of Green Span Profiles insulated metal panels was removed to accommodate the installation of eight different full-size flight simulators.

Posted: Dec 09, 2009

American Banjo Museum

A renovated, century-old warehouse in the historic Bricktown area of Oklahoma City, OK, is the new home of the American Banjo Museum which has moved from Guthrie, OK. The new $3.3 million, 21,000 sq. ft. facility features state-of-the-art exhibits tracing every chapter of the banjo’s story. Also on display is the Museum’s 300-piece instrument collection. Approximately 350 linear feet of Flex-C Trac® from Flex-Ability Concepts were used to create the art deco theme designed by Architectural Design Group, Inc., Oklahoma City.

Posted: Jun 01, 2016

AMLI Mark 24

The maritime history of a Seattle neighborhood was the inspiration behind the design for the AMLI Mark 24 multi-family project in Seattle, WA by GGLO Design. AEP Span’ architectural metal siding was selected to help achieve the design and earn LEED Silver Certification.

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