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Posted: Dec 07, 2017

Alberta School Of Performing Arts

A few years after an EF4 tornado ripped apart the Alberta Elementary School in Tuscaloosa, Ala., the reimagined and redesigned Alberta School of Performing Arts has reopened on the site to the delight of students and the community. Metal wall panels from Petersen are key components of the new facility.

Posted: Dec 06, 2017

Courtyard By Marriott NYC Lower Manhattan

An attractive metal mesh screen-wall created by Cambridge Architectural for the Courtyard by Marriott in Lower Manhattan proved to be a creative solution for meeting New York City zoning and building codes while offering solar shading for hotel guestrooms on the lower floors.

Posted: Dec 04, 2017

Mormon Temple - Tucson

The RHEINZINK-clad dome atop the new Mormon Temple in Tucson marks a unique feature in the design of the religion’s temples throughout the United States. “Domes are rare on temples,” said Mandy Martineau, church member and project manager with FFKR Architects, Salt Lake City. “The dome has really captured the attention of the city and church members alike.”

Posted: Nov 30, 2017

Westminster Neighborhood Services

During the design phase of the new Westminster Neighborhood Services facility, one of the main goals was to construct a building that would hold up over time and serve the community far into the future. Envelope 2000® metal composite material (MCM) from Citadel Architectural Products offered the style, color and durability the board was looking for.

Posted: Nov 29, 2017

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Opened in 1972, the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum had honored the military sacrifice of local veterans in Long Island’s Nassau County and served as home to the one-time American Basketball Association’s New York Nets and the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders as well as hosted major events and concerts. The facility was extensively renovated and reopened in 2017 with a new look that features aluminum composite material from 3A Composites.

Posted: Nov 27, 2017

North Atlanta Church Of Christ

It’s always good practice to measure twice and cut once. Sometimes, it pays to measure more than twice. After tearing off aged and damaged asphalt shingles, Ideal Building Solutions of Norcross, GA, installed 15,631 square feet of standing seam metal panels on a multi-hipped roof at the North Atlanta Church of Christ on a strict deadline. In just two days, the panels were manufactured onsite by a roll former from McElroy Metal.

Posted: Nov 22, 2017

McLennan Residence

Most architects have visions of someday designing their dream home. For Jason F. McLennan, architect and CEO of McLennan Design, that dream has come true. Showcasing both his design talents and his commitment to sustainability, the Washington-based architect topped his recently completed, one-of-a-kind house with a Metal Sales metal roof that features Valspar's most sophisticated, most environmentally friendly paint finish.

Posted: Nov 20, 2017

Prospect Mountain High School

Surrounded by trees and rolling hills, Prospect Mountain High School is a beautiful, two-story brick building nestled in Alton, New Hampshire. It was built in 2004 and the shingle roof started to fail less than 10 years later, causing serious leaking inside the building. Rather than repair the shingle roof, the school chose to remedy the situation by retrofitting with a standing seam metal system from The Garland Company Inc.

Posted: Nov 16, 2017

Central New York Film Hub

Designers behind the sleek, $15 million Central New York (CNY) Film Hub specified a high-performance, modern, insulated metal panel façade from Metl-Span to complement the facility’s cutting-edge studio and soundstage – with hopes of bringing a measure of Hollywood’s glitz and glamour to nearby Syracuse.

Posted: Nov 13, 2017

Guide Dogs Of America Training Center

More than 200 volunteers, donors, guests and guide dog teams were on hand in December as Guide Dogs of America (GDA) unveiled its latest expansion in Sylmar, Calif. The new 16,000 square foot facility features a bifold liftstrap glass designer door from Schweiss Doors.

Posted: Nov 09, 2017

Irwin Seating Company

The Irwin Seating Company is an audience-seating manufacturer located just east of Lake Michigan. Irwin’s seats grace theaters and stadiums all around the world from Carnegie Hall in New York City to Dewan Filharmonik in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The fourth-generation family company planned to expand one of its top-selling product lines, which also required a facility increase - calling for architectural metal products from CENTRIA.

Posted: Nov 06, 2017

University Of Iowa Visual Arts Building

No stranger to the University of Iowa campus, architect Steven Holl’s new Visual Arts Building provides 126,000 sq. ft. of loft-like space within a beautifully crafted envelope. The structure presents an industrial aesthetic with RHEINZINK-clad, poured-in-place concrete walls, used in conjunction with perforated stainless-steel panels that rest 7 inches from the RHEINZINK cladding.

Posted: Nov 02, 2017

Heritage Elementary School - Tahlequah, Oklahoma

The expansive new 500-student pre-K thru 4th grade Heritage Elementary School in Tahlequah, Okla., was greatly needed by its growing community. The project, designed by Crafton Tull in Tulsa, features a curving spine element that provides the main circulation corridor off of which three major classroom “fingers” radiate. Nearly 87,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s PAC-CLAD Galvalume Snap-Clad panels in 24 gauge steel were selected to roof the sprawling structure.

Posted: Oct 30, 2017

Issaquah Middle School

PPG and AEP Span have partnered to protect and enhance Issaquah Middle School in Issaquah, Washington, with metal wall panels using Duranar® GR (graffiti-resistant) clear coating. It is the first school in the country to use the new coating, which features a proprietary formulation that PPG developed to combat a problem that costs U.S. building owners an estimated $25 billion per year.

Posted: Oct 26, 2017

Lafayette College Bushkill Commons

The retrofit of Lafayette College’s Bushkill Commons is an example of adaptive building reuse, utilizing sustainable design, products, and energy efficiency. ATAS International's Isoleren insulated metal wall panels were incorporated into the building to help achieve those objectives. Completed in June 2017, the building was nominated for a Lehigh Valley Sustainability Award by the Lehigh Valley branch of the Delaware Valley Green Building Council.

Posted: Oct 23, 2017

Tivoli House

Architect Cameron McNall is known for incorporating fine art into his design concepts. His most recent project, the Tivoli House, is no exception. The home's uniqueness is due predominantly to the metal screen that conceals the front of the house. It was crafted from intricately cut ALPOLIC aluminum composite metal panels that were factory finished with Valspar paint.

Posted: Oct 19, 2017

Rocksport Indoor Climbing Facility

The new Rocksport Indoor Climbing Facility features gentle challenges for the beginner, plenty of moderate terrain for the weekend warrior, and fierce overhang climbing for the expert. For the new building's exterior, the design and construction team picked something every bit as all-encompassing – insulated metal wall panels from Metl-Span.

Posted: Oct 18, 2017

Cleveland Browns Training Facility And Administrative Complex

Having the Cleveland Browns Training Facility and Administrative Complex located within its boundaries is a source of pride for the City of in Berea, Ohio and officials there are committed to keeping the team in it. To ensure the facility remains state-of-the-art, the city appropriated funds for renovations both inside and out. Panels from Laminators Inc. are among the products featured on a newly revamped exterior façade.

Posted: Oct 16, 2017

Hopewell Baptist Church

On November 1, 2016, the Hopewell Baptist Church building in Greenville, MS tragically burned down. Thanks to a nationwide show of support effort, aided by metal systems from Reed's Metals, the church was rebuilt by July 2017.

Posted: Oct 12, 2017

Duluth Transit Authority Multimodal Transportation Facility

The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) Multimodal Transportation Facility in Duluth, MN is changing the way people travel through the city’s downtown area as it caters to 6,000 commuters and 600 bus movements each day. The $30 million hub, featuring metal products from CENTRIA, includes a bus transit terminal with a large, multi-level parking structure, bicycle parking and more that lends itself to commuters of all types.

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