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Posted: Mar 16, 2020
The Park at OWA in Foley, Ala., combines an amusement park with two themed shopping and entertainment districts. Drawing on classic Southern coastal architectural themes, designers opted for PAC-CLAD metal roofing panels from Petersen throughout the new complex.
Posted: Mar 12, 2020
Fifty-six skylights bring outside light into the Denver Tennis Park, owned by Denver Public Schools. Completed in September 2018, the 51,480 sq. ft. structure, featuring Varco Pruden Buildings' Rigid Frame system, houses seven indoor courts that are complemented by another six outdoors.
Posted: Mar 09, 2020
Overmountain Vineyards, a family-operated vineyard in Polk County, NC, wanted to offer its visitors comfortable overnight accommodations. Working with some talented designers, the plan was to construct two 1,300 square foot guest houses, using insulated metal panels (IMPs) from Metl-Span for the walls and roofing.
Posted: Feb 17, 2020
When Southside Bank in Texas began a campaign to modernize its brand, management understood that the buildings it occupies play a significant role in branding. The existing flagship branch in Tyler, Texas, was re-imagined and renovated inside and out to reflect the contemporary way the bank now interacts with its customers. Metal products from Petersen were key design elements.
Posted: Feb 10, 2020
The Finley Center sports complex and event venue provides a unique blend of multi-functional space for community sports and fitness, as well as convention and entertainment facilities to boost the local economy in Hoover, AL. The project’s modern design called for a dynamic, all-metal façade featuring more than 100,000 square feet of Metl-Span insulated metal wall and roof panels.
Posted: Feb 06, 2020
Two steel-framed structures by Varco Pruden Buildings anchor the Windsor High School Farm, part of Isle Of Wight County Schools in southeast Virginia. Blueridge General of Norfolk, Virginia was the Varco Pruden Builder for the project. The designer was RRMM Architects of Chesapeake, Virginia.