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By Harry Comfort
By Shawn Zuver
By Tom Diamond
Posted: Oct 10, 2019
The expanded Palmetto Bluff Resort in Bluffton, S.C., now boasts a new 74-room inn complete with extensive high-end amenities and a PAC-CLAD Snap-Clad roof from Petersen finished in custom color Patrician Bronze. Approximately 75,000 sq. ft. of the 24 gauge Galvalume panels were installed on a tight deadline.
Posted: Sep 19, 2019
Spanning 39 stories and more than 500,000 total square feet, the new West Edge Tower in downtown Seattle has already become an iconic architectural feature in the city’s celebrated skyline. The tower relies on a highly efficient mix of cladding materials, including curtain wall, glass, masonry and high-performance insulated metal panels by Metl-Span.
Posted: Aug 12, 2019
The latest addition to Jekyll Island Club Resorts is the Jekyll Island Ocean Suites, a boutique oceanfront hotel in Georgia. The venue is associated with the nearby historic and famed Jekyll Island Club which was founded in 1886 and catered to the nation’s wealthiest families. With its oceanfront site, the use of aluminum for the roof was the only choice to stand up to the harsh saltwater environment. Approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s Snap-Clad panels were installed.
Posted: Jun 27, 2019
Confined to designing a 2,500 square foot residence on a narrow 20-foot by 60-foot lot in a dense urban neighborhood, David W. Nitchkey, principal at CORE Architects of Pittsburgh, designed his own unique three-story home with the use of exposed fastener panels from McElroy Metal.
Posted: Jun 10, 2019
The owners’ vision for the design of their new Tallahassee, Fla. home was that it have a “sophisticated farmhouse” look, as architect Brandon Ingram of C. Brandon Ingram Design in Tallahassee described it. “They wanted it to be comfortable but a little more ‘tailored’. We worked together to create a stylish look that realized their vision.” Petersen's Snap-Clad roofing panels are a key design element in achieving that vision.