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Posted: Nov 28, 2018

IBEW Local 134

Members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 134 in Chicago celebrated the grand opening of their new headquarters and union hall in May 2018 – a renovation project that is part of the surrounding Bronzeville neighborhood revitalization. The facility features aluminum composite material cladding from 3A Composites USA.

Posted: Nov 26, 2018

Greenleaf Properties Buildings

Hail storms are not uncommon in Nebraska, and many times they can be very severe with hail ranging from a half-dollar to a softball in size. Recently two buildings, managed by Greenleaf Properties, found themselves in the crosshairs of just such an event - and this storm lasted nearly seven hours. The resulting damage was extensive, leading to a metal-over-metal reroof of the facilities using special factory-notched sub-purlins from Roof Hugger.

Posted: Nov 21, 2018

Hotel EMC2

As the name implies, Hotel EMC2—as in Albert Einstein’s mass-energy equivalence or E = mc2—is a science-themed hotel. Located in the Streeterville neighborhood of Chicago, the hotel was designed to be a one-of-a-kind space inspired by science, art and cuisine. The exterior of the 21-story hotel has a sleek aesthetic, utilizing Dri-Design Metal Wall Panels to achieve its modern look.

Posted: Nov 19, 2018

Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy

The Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy is expected to serve the community for generations. The City of Kansas City, Major League Baseball and the Kansas City Royals partnered to turn an old park into the site for an indoor training facility, four state-of-the-art outdoor diamonds and more. Specified for the exterior of the new building were insulated metal wall panels from Metl-Span.

Posted: Nov 15, 2018

MAAS Aviation

Mobile, AL is the site of MAAS Aviation's first U.S.-based facility, a twin-bay airplane paint shop, capable of painting two A320 Airbus planes simultaneously. The 48,309 sq. ft. hangar was built by Harrell Construction Inc. of Jacksonville, FL, using Rigid Frame and Continuous Beam framing by Varco Pruden Buildings.

Posted: Nov 12, 2018

Clemson Littlejohn Coliseum

Renovations and an addition to the Clemson Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University utilized the uniquely multi-purpose capabilities of CENTRIA’s Formawall® Dimension Series® insulated metal panels. Addressing both aesthetic and technical challenges, these metal panels in Arctic Ice and Slate Grey, in addition to IW Series rainscreen panels in Midnight Bronze, improved the building’s overall appearance and the fan experience at the arena.

Posted: Nov 08, 2018

Grayton Beach Residence

Located only a stone’s throw from the Gulf of Mexico, a new 4,500-sq.-ft. residence in Grayton Beach, Fla., is a “gorgeous addition to the neighborhood,” said roofing contractor Jamie Carter, president of Cartercraft Roofing, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. General contractor Ray Jackson of Ray Jackson Construction agrees. An aluminum standing seam roof from Petersen was an integral part of the design for the new house.

Posted: Nov 05, 2018

Junaid And Quarashi Residence

It's the epitome of next-generation smart home living and incorporates many sustainable design features. But the wow factor for the newly constructed home in Los Altos Hills, CA is likely its most unexpected feature: a 23'-tall by 36'-wide glass hydraulic door from Schweiss Doors. Clad with glass, open or closed it offers spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay and northern Silicon Valley.

Posted: Nov 01, 2018

Rabbit Hole Distillery

Metal Sales Manufacturing Corporation, a premier nationwide provider of metal roof and wall systems headquartered in Louisville, KY, was proud to play a key role in the design of the $15 million, 55,000 square foot Rabbit Hole Distillery.

Posted: Oct 31, 2018

Upson Hall, Cornell University

Originally built in 1956, Cornell University’s Upson Hall was reinvented to meet 21st Century standards for campus planning, learning and research environments, and energy performance. Approximately 29,000 square feet of finished assemblies consisting of Metalwërks'® ornamental metal enclosures and Arcwall™ rainscreen panels were instrumental in transforming the 155,000 square-foot, LEED Platinum® structure.

Posted: Oct 29, 2018

Arc'teryx Flagship Store - Vancouver

Several factors influenced the design of the new Arc’teryx flagship store in Vancouver, British Columbia but all led to the prominent use of zinc on the building’s exterior. The retail chain, founded by local climbers in 1989, offers high-performance outdoor equipment and clothing. Custom RHEINZINK panels, installed on a diagonal façade along with natural granite to symbolize the nearby mountain horizon, highlight the retailer’s largest Canadian store.

Posted: Oct 25, 2018

Mills Fleet Farm Parking Garage

In the Downtown East neighborhood of Minneapolis, the Mills Fleet Farm Parking Garage provides much needed parking for local venues. It’s not only a convenient parking location but also an example that parking garages can go beyond function and into the realm of design. The Dri-Design Wall Panels with Perforated Imaging, which are featured at the entrances, depict a natural woods scene, thereby enlivening the streetscape.

Posted: Oct 22, 2018

Clover Aquatics Center

A majestic wave tops the new Clover School District YMCA natatorium in Clover, SC. A standing seam metal roof from McElroy Metal was used to create it, delivering an aesthetic the architect demanded and the community had hoped for.

Posted: Oct 18, 2018

LandMark Group Industrial Building - Columbus, IN

The LandMark Group is one of the largest real estate developers in the Midwest. The company's success is related to its ability and willingness to build precisely to their clients' needs. One of their newest buildings is a prime example. Located in Columbus, IN, the industrial building is clad partially with ThermalSafe fire-resistant insulated metal panels from Metl-Span.

Posted: Oct 15, 2018

Living Hope Church

Utilizing Rigid Frame and Continuous Beam systems from Varco Pruden Buildings, Living Hope Church in Middletown, PA was completed in May 2017 by Arthur Funk & Sons Inc. Construction Services of Lebanon, PA. The 24,769 sq. ft. church was designed by Cornerstone Design Architects of Lancaster, PA.

Posted: Oct 11, 2018

New England Conservatory Student Life Performance Center

CENTRIA, a leading building envelope science company, contributed its innovative metal panel and window products to satisfy the design and performance requirements of the New England Conservatory Student Life Performance Center (SLPC).

Posted: Oct 10, 2018

Sheyenne Plaza

Occupying an entire city block in West Fargo, ND, Sheyenne Plaza is hard to overlook. But what makes the $12 million, 124,000 sq. ft. building stand out even more is a design that includes three colors of Omega-Lite aluminum composite panels from Laminators Inc.

Posted: Oct 08, 2018

Moving Everest Charter School

The new Moving Everest Charter School, located in the Austin neighborhood on the Far West Side of Chicago, utilizes a unique model that accommodates both the new charter school as well as a provider of after-school programs. The new building’s vivid architecture signifies progress and innovation in the underserved neighborhood. More than 16,000 sq. ft. of PAC-CLAD 7/8-in. Corrugated panels by Petersen, finished in Charcoal, dramatically clad the exterior of the 53,000-sq.-ft. structure.

Posted: Oct 04, 2018

Greenhouse Church

In January 2017, Greenhouse Church contracted with Ceco Builder Scherer Construction of North Florida LLC, of Gainesville, FL to build their new worship facility, using a custom metal building system. The church’s mission was to build a multi-generational, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic community while making an impact in the greater Gainesville community.

Posted: Oct 01, 2018

Indian River County Intergenerational Recreation Center

Located in Vero Beach, Florida, the Indian River County Intergenerational Recreation Center opened its doors for the first time in August 2016. The new facility, branded by the County as the iG (Intergenerational Center), is commonly referred to as ‘Big Red’ – an apt name given its Bright Red IMETCO Series 300® metal roof.

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