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By Brian Stearns
By Paul Collyer
By Shawn Zuver
Posted: Jan 23, 2020
Wading River, NY is a hamlet located in Suffolk County on the North Shore of Long Island. The name of the hamlet comes from the original Algonquian name for the area, Pauquaconsuk, meaning "the place where we wade for thick, round-shelled clams". Being located near the shore, it was a natural fit for an aluminum Dutch Seam metal roof from ATAS International on this Wading River home.
Posted: Jan 16, 2020
Architect Nate Kipnis, FAIA, and his Evanston, Ill.-based firm, Kipnis Architecture + Planning, has earned a national reputation for sustainable design. A recently completed Chicago residence illustrates the creativity that goes into such efforts, and a Snap-Clad metal roof from Petersen plays a prominent role in the project’s environmental – and aesthetic – success.
Posted: Dec 18, 2019
When quality design, quality materials and quality fabrication are combined, the results are bound to be impressive. And in northern Wisconsin, in the woods near Manitowish Waters, the proof can be seen in a newly constructed, rustically-styled boathouse. The zinc roofing and trim featured on it was fabricated by Sheet Metal Supply of Mundelein, IL.
Posted: Dec 09, 2019
The Bell County Expo Equestrian Center is an equine livestock complex that is located on the west side of the expo campus in Belton, Texas. Featuring Rigid Frame, Continuous Beam and WideBay framing by Varco Pruden Buildings, the new facility measures 170,440 sq. ft.
Posted: Nov 27, 2019
Situated on the Gulf Coast of Texas just east of Houston, Port Arthur is a picturesque location that also faces natural challenges like 2017’s Hurricane Harvey. With that in mind, when the Port Arthur Independent School District passed a $190 million bond issue and was planning the construction of two new elementary schools, they chose The Garland Company Inc.'s R-Mer Shield for the metal roofs.