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Posted: Apr 05, 2018

Richland Two Institute Of Innovation

The new Richland Two Institute of Innovation is a unique educational center supporting multigenerational learning. The facility is part of the Richland School District Two in Columbia, S.C., and is envisioned as a “fishbowl of learning” that weaves together spaces and programs for the school district as well as the community. PAC-CLAD metal wall, roof and soffit panels from Petersen are featured.

Posted: Apr 02, 2018

Trillium Park Pavilion

A steeply-sloped RHEINZINK-clad roof is the architectural focal point of an open-air pavilion at the new Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail at Ontario Place in Toronto. The opening of the park and waterfront trail marks the first milestone of the province’s plan to revitalize and transform the iconic landmark into a vibrant, year-round attraction.

Posted: Mar 29, 2018

Ouray School

Since its construction in the mid-1930s, Ouray School in Ouray, CO has undergone many changes. Among the most recent was the addition of a new metal roof. Installed along with it was a snow guard system from S-5!, thus ensuring the school’s students, faculty and visitors will never have to worry about a potentially dangerous chunk of ice or snow sliding off the roof when they are right below.

Posted: Mar 28, 2018

K-Flex USA Expansion

In October 2016, K-Flex USA of Youngsville, N.C., contracted with Focus Design Builders of Wake Forest, N.C., MB Erectors of Millbrook, Ala., SNW Steel Services of Ringgold, Va., and Architect McGahey Design of Garner, N.C., to expand their facility. The project was completed in July 2017 with the help of products from Ceco Building Systems.

Posted: Mar 26, 2018

M.E. Yacht Restoration

M.E. Yacht Restoration of Holland, Mich., wrapped up the second phase of construction last summer, completing its new 70,000-square-foot, three-story state-of-the-art storage, restoration and office facility near Lake Michigan. The fully insulated building also features a couple of doors from Schweiss Doors.

Posted: Mar 22, 2018

Tyler, TX Fire Station #5

About half way between Dallas and the Louisiana border lies the growing community of Tyler, Texas. As the city continues to invest in the future, both in the private and public sectors, the Tyler Fire Station #5 provides a great example for what’s to come. It is topped with a curved metal roof from McElroy Metal, featuring panels finished with a premium Sherwin-Williams paint.

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: Mar 15, 2018

AEP Ardmore Service Center

Combining a variety of metal products from Varco Pruden Buildings, the AEP Ardmore Service Center in Fort Wayne, IN is both visually appealing and functional. The 84,000 sq. ft. facility features an inviting office area with maintenance shop space to service vehicles owned by the project's owner, American Electric Power Service Corp.

Posted: Mar 14, 2018

The Linx

What was once a concrete warehouse in East Watertown, MA is now The Linx, a contemporary commercial office complex. The design firm behind the $60 million adaptive reuse architectural marvel used a mix of materials that included aluminum composite materials from Arconic and 3A Composites, and perforated metal panels from Morin, a Kingspan Group Company.

Posted: Mar 12, 2018

Le Peterson Condominiums

Located in one of Montreal's most vibrant and sought-after neighborhoods, the new Le Peterson condominiums offer a unique architectural design. The 35-story building is more notable for its signature glass balconies but insulated metal wall panels from Metl-Span were nonetheless integral to its overall construction success.

Posted: Mar 09, 2018

Captiva Island Fire Control District

The Captiva Island Fire Control District had two mandates for the construction of its new fire station: blend into the architecture of the historic district, and be strong enough to withstand hurricanes. Located in Lee County, Fla., the barrier island is just offshore in the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The island has historically been impacted by several hurricanes. Metal roofing by Petersen is prominently featured on the facility.

Posted: Mar 05, 2018

Hardin Memorial Hospital

Exponential growth of staff and services, in addition to the rapidly changing standards in modern architecture, spurred the decision to embark on a $90 million expansion to Hardin Memorial Hospital’s facilities in Elizabethtown, Ky. Architectural metal products from CENTRIA played a key role in the design of the new facility.

Posted: Mar 01, 2018

Jett Residence

Prior to its near-total reconstruction, the Jett Residence was an overgrown structure hidden in a grove of trees in Iowa City, IA. The strikingly-renovated cottage now serves as a retreat house for its owners. In addition to retaining a significant portion of the original, locally-made red brick, the reborn residence is topped with RHEINZINK roof shingles, reminiscent in look to shingles that topped the dwelling 50 years earlier.

Posted: Feb 28, 2018

Daytona International Speedway

Legendary race car driver A.J. Foyt called the Daytona International Speedway “the prettiest speedway in the world.” The iconic speedway is even prettier these days, after a $400 million “reimagining” called DAYTONA Rising. Kingspan Insulated Panels played a big part of giving the facility an extensive new facelift.

Posted: Feb 26, 2018

Pavilion At The Toyota Music Factory

Everything is bigger in Texas. You’ll get no argument from visitors to the new Toyota Music Factory in Irving. The sprawling 16.7-acre entertainment complex features 20 restaurants and bars, a movie theater and even a bowling alley. The linchpin of the entire development is the Pavilion at The Music Factory, a 4,000-seat concert hall that can quickly convert to an 8,000-seat amphitheater by opening bifold liftstrap doors from Schweiss Doors.

Posted: Feb 22, 2018

Cleveland School Of The Arts

The Cleveland School of the Arts is committed to making a long-term impact on its students, in humanities, sciences and the arts. The new school building was designed with Dri-Design VMZINC panels to impact the neighborhood and make an artful statement for decades to come. Zinc helps ground the building and provides a strong aesthetic, thereby creating a trademark feature on the public thoroughfare side of the school.

Posted: Feb 19, 2018

The University Of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital

The new University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital is state-of-the-art in every way. To create a welcoming, awe-inspiring environment for its young patients, the project's design team added giant louvers as wall decor inside the main entrance. The louvers are finished with 36 custom colors of Valspar paint, in a soothing palette of greens and blues.

Posted: Feb 15, 2018

Liberty University Football Practice Facility

The Liberty University athletic staff and student-athletes had a great deal to celebrate at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of their spacious new Indoor Football Practice Facility in August 2017. The $29 million, 95,000-square-foot structure, featuring insulated metal panels (IMPs) from Metl-Span, represents a substantial recruitment tool and a commitment to the success of the Lynchburg, Va.-based university football program.

Posted: Feb 12, 2018

Austin Independent School District Performing Arts Center

The magnificent new Austin Independent School District Performing Arts Center has drawn rave reviews from all quarters. The 62,000 sq. ft. facility, featuring metal panels from Petersen, serves all Austin ISD schools and offers a 1,200-seat auditorium that will host concerts and theatrical performances in a 250-seat black box theatre and 100-seat multipurpose room.

Posted: Feb 08, 2018

St. Pius Church

When Louisiana and Cajun styles marry and the talents of an architect and construction team seamlessly merge, the result is the impressive St. Pius Church in Lafayette, La. This structure, the first new church in Lafayette in 22 years, replaces a smaller space where many people stood during masses. Flex-Ability Concepts’ Flex-C Arch and Flex-C Trac were used to create some of the curves throughout the church.

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