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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.

Posted: Jan 02, 2019

PGCC Culinary Arts Center

The culinary students at Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) in Largo, Maryland now have a new facility to serve up their delicious creations. The college’s new Culinary Arts Center recently opened after three years of construction and is a state-of-the-art hub for PGCC’s culinary program. The Grimm + Parker designed building includes 9,800 square feet of Kingspan BENCHMARK Designwall 2000 insulated metal panels (IMPs) – 8,000 square feet in Silver Metallic and 1,800 square feet in Copper Penny.

Posted: Dec 28, 2018

CubeSmart Storage - Cranston, RI

It's unusual to see aesthetics prioritized on a self-storage project. But the new CubeSmart storage facility in Cranston, RI is no ordinary self-storage project. Thanks to the utilization of two colors of Green Span Profiles insulated panels from McElroy Metal as the primary cladding material—and the incorporation of rooftop solar panels—the two-building development is highly energy efficient too.

Posted: Dec 26, 2018

UPMC Outpatient Center - Ebensburg, PA

A world-renowned health care provider and insurer, Pittsburgh-based UPMC provides more care to the region’s most vulnerable citizens than any other health care institution. With the opening of a striking new $20 million outpatient facility in Ebensburg, PA, UPMC is bringing its world-class care to Cambria County residents. Among the materials featured on the project are metal wall panels from IMETCO, finished with premium paints from Sherwin-Williams.

Posted: Dec 20, 2018

Cliff Hangers

Approaching the new Cliff Hangers facility in Mooresville, NC, visitors are greeted by climbers scaling an outdoor climbing wall directly above the front doors. It's an impressive sight, but so too is the building itself. It is clad predominantly with two carefully arranged colors of Metl-Span insulated metal wall panels.

Posted: Dec 17, 2018

Meter Engineers Inc.

Evans Building Company Inc. of Wichita, KS designed and built a new facility in Kechi, KS for Meter Engineers, designers and fabricators of petroleum equipment. The project included four individual Rigid Frame structures from Varco Pruden Buildings that totaled more than 91,000 sq. ft.

Posted: Dec 13, 2018

Mission College Student Engagement Center

The 65,000-square-foot Mission College Student Engagement Center, phase two of the Main Building replacement project, serves as the Santa Clara, CA institution’s new front door. CENTRIA’s Formawall® and EcoScreen® transform the building into an energy-efficient gateway to the college itself.

Posted: Dec 12, 2018

University Of Washington West Campus Utility Plant

Central utility plants are usually out of sight, out of mind on most college campuses. The University of Washington’s West Campus Utility Plant (UWCUP) is an exception. A magnet to visitors that showcases the work it does, the illuminated building shines with the help of a translucent wall system from Kingspan Light + Air | CPI Daylighting.

Posted: Dec 10, 2018

Goose Creek High School

The Berkley County School District in South Carolina recently completed one of its most expansive and complicated renovation projects. The addition of 130,000 sq. ft. of classroom and facility space to Goose Creek High School just northwest of Charleston was accomplished with a combination of demolition, renovation and new construction - featuring metal panels from Petersen.

Posted: Dec 06, 2018

Simonds Garage

As a 30-year pilot in the captain’s seat for Continental and United Airlines, Kirk Simonds has been a part of many successful landings. In retirement, his landing spot is in The Woodlands, Texas, about 30 miles northwest of Houston. Going up instead of out, he expanded his garage in 2017. As part of the project, he replaced his old garage door with a state-of-the-art 18' x 7' bifold door from Schweiss Doors.

Posted: Dec 05, 2018

Fowler Lake Boardwalk

In 2016, the city council of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin was considering the parameters for a project intended to revitalize the town’s waterfront area. Among the elements desired was the rebuilding of a boardwalk and replacement of the boardwalk's old railing system with a new illuminated cable railing system by Feeney.

Posted: Dec 03, 2018

Urban Stead Cheese

With state-of-the-art equipment and a sleek new building, Urban Stead Cheese has taken the production of artisan cheeses to a new level. The company's new creamery, located in Cincinnati, OH's Evanston neighborhood, was constructed using insulated metal wall panels from Kingspan to provide not only an optimal production environment, but one that looks good too.

Posted: Nov 29, 2018

Markel Center, Institute For Contemporary Art

The Markel Center, Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) will bring the most important, cutting-edge contemporary art exhibits in the world to the VCU campus and the city of Richmond. To give the building a presence equal to its importance, renowned architect Steven Holl clad the buillding's exterior with titanium zinc cladding materials from RHEINZINK America Inc.

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