Featured Projects

Projects Home

Posted: Feb 28, 2019

Costa Rican Corporate Hangar

On a pleasant autumn day in Fairfax, Minnesota, two representatives from CILC Central America Corporation, Costa Rica division, arrived to tour the Schweiss Doors factory and place an order for a bifold liftstrap door that would be the first of its kind in Central America.

Posted: Feb 27, 2019

South Texas College Technology Campus Expansion

South Texas College officially opened its Technology Campus expansion in McAllen, Texas, in January 2018. The $9.3 million 72,000-square-foot STC Technology Campus expansion features offices and classrooms as well as computer, training and robotics labs and sits adjacent to the current campus.The project features 15,200 square feet of Alucobond® aluminum composite material by 3A Composites USA.

Posted: Feb 25, 2019

The House At Cornell Tech

As the tallest passive-house building in the world, The House at Cornell Tech has earned international renown for its innovative, high-performance building envelope. Yet, few realize the PPG metal coating that protects and beautifies that intricate assembly also is the result of novel invention.

Posted: Feb 21, 2019

Richland County Decker Center

CENTRIA products were integral to the Richland County Decker Center’s transformation from a big box mall to central courts facility and sheriff’s headquarters. Formawall® and Versawall® insulated metal panels were selected to overcome the unique architectural challenges associated with this kind of a façade and structure, located in South Carolina, which was originally comprised of many small stores and a supermarket.

Posted: Feb 18, 2019

Lisega Inc.

Lisega’s mixed-use U.S. operations center in Kodak, TN features more 100,000 square feet of office, manufacturing and storage facilities wrapped in an ultra-modern insulated metal panel building envelope by Metl-Span. When the facility underwent a major expansion in 2016, Lisega turned once again to Metl-Span and NCI Building Systems for the seamless integration of old and new, and the best in performance, aesthetics and value.

Posted: Feb 14, 2019

Übergrippen Indoor Climbing Crag

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

Bradenton Yacht Club

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

Reed Row Apartments

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

D.C. Entertainment and Sports Arena

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

McElroy Metal Factory - Adelanto, CA

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!

Posted: Jan 28, 2019

Emma And Georgina Bloomberg Center At Cornell Tech

Architects specify rainscreen systems to fulfill two primary functions: the first is to keep moisture from entering a building; the second is to prevent heat from escaping. Thanks to a collaboration between Morphosis Architects, A. Zahner Company and PPG, the rainscreen system on The Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech does more than serve those purposes – it also works as a color-shifting wall of art.

Posted: Jan 24, 2019

Pike Motorworks

The Pike/Pine sub-neighborhood is part of Seattle’s historic Auto Row. Located within the Capital Hill residential district, the area is said to have some of the city’s most interesting and unique buildings. Among the architectural relics is a pair of doors like no other. They were custom fabricated by Schweiss Doors of Fairfax, MN, for the courtyard entrances to the newly completed Pike Motorworks luxury apartment complex.

Posted: Jan 21, 2019

Golden State Lumber

CENTRIA’s Concept Series rainscreen panels featuring MicroSeam® Corners and MicroLine™ Extrusions were specified to modernize the newest Golden State Lumber outlet in Concord, Calif. The first building of its kind, the 75,454 square-foot facility includes 7,000 square feet of retail space and a 44,400 square-foot indoor, drive-through lumberyard.

Posted: Jan 17, 2019

Metrohm USA

The plans for Metrohm USA’s new, 90,000-square-foot headquarters called for an all-inclusive layout with space for offices, training facilities, engineering and machining workshops, a distribution warehouse and laboratories designed for collaboration. To meet the project’s unique design and performance parameters, the building team turned to Metl-Span, getting a turnkey insulated metal panel building envelope solution from the drafting table to the jobsite.

Posted: Jan 16, 2019

The Towers @ Great America

The new outdoor dining area at The Towers @ Great America (TAGA) multi-tenant office complex in Santa Clara, CA includes a draped metal mesh canopy that provides shading while offering connectivity to a redesigned amenity building and indoor eating space. The canopy’s primary components were manufactured by Cambridge Architectural, a leader in the manufacture of sustainable metal mesh systems.

Posted: Jan 14, 2019

St. Luke's Health And Wellness Center

Canco General Contractors Inc. of Plant City, FL used Continuous Beam and custom steel framing by Varco Pruden Buildings to create the St. Luke's Health And Wellness Center in Lakeland, FL. The 15,200 sq. ft. healthcare facility was designed by Johnson, Cartwright & Jarman Architects of Tampa, FL.

Posted: Jan 10, 2019

Burr Ridge Residence

Although situated on a cul de sac with four neighboring homes designed by the same architect, the “contemporary farmhouse” style of the private residence in Burr Ridge, Ill., makes it unique. The owners of the 5,000-sq.-ft. residence voiced a desire that their new residence have a farmhouse look with a metal roof, so their architect created a unique design using Snap-Clad panels by Petersen.

Posted: Jan 07, 2019

Riviera Shopping Mall And Entertainment Center

The exterior of the 915,000 sq. ft. Riviera Shopping Mall and Entertainment Center in Podolsk, Russia bears resemblance to the neighboring Pakhra River, which served as a source of design inspiration for the project. Luminous Alucobond® aluminum composite panels from 3A Composites USA envelop the building’s exterior. The panels are finished with a high-performance paint formulated using LUMIFLON® FEVE resin technology from AGC Inc.

Posted: Jan 04, 2019

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station

A curved roof form, meticulously crafted from RHEINZINK America's CLASSIC bright rolled titanium zinc, provides elegance to the exterior design of the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. In addition to its contribution to the building's beauty and stature, the zinc roof contributes to the facility's overall sustainability.

Posted: Jan 03, 2019

South Texas College North Academic Classroom Building

It was built in hopes of encouraging students to stay and utilize resources on campus. If the building’s appearance plays any role in such decisions, then surely the goal has been met. Clad in brick, the North Academic Classroom building on the McAllen campus of South Texas College is made more inviting by the presence of colorful Thermolite ACM panels from Laminators Inc.

^ Back To Top