By Dale Nelson
By Brian Stearns
By Kathi Miller
Posted: Jun 07, 2021
The redesign of the Sharon Forks Library in Cumming, Georgia nearly doubled the size, giving it much needed room to grow, while requiring its closure for only six to eight weeks during the yearlong construction process. The finished project maintains a residential feel, with a gabled and dormered Petersen metal roof that reflects traditional Southern style.
Posted: May 17, 2021
Based in Costa Rica, Microtech’s facility provides precision manufacturing and supply chain innovation through capability and tooling for small metal and plastic components. As part of the company’s desire for new-world technology and a “forward-thinking manufacturing” approach, Microtech wanted more control of its energy and power requirements. That goal was met with the help of rooftop solar attachment products by S-5!.
Posted: May 06, 2021
Metal roofing from Petersen plays a big role in the new Barrow County Innovation Amphitheater’s design – especially in a clamshell layout over the stage that provided an opportunity for installers to showcase their skills.
Posted: Apr 19, 2021
S-5! is regarded as one of the world's leading providers of attachment solutions for the direct mounting of solar panel arrays to metal roofs. Joining the company's ever-growing portfolio of successful installations is KC Bailey Orchards in upstate New York. On that project, the company's S-5-PVKIT®2.0 solar attachment solution and S-5-S Mini clamps were used to secure solar panels to five new apple storage buildings.
Posted: Apr 05, 2021
The renovated Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville might have all the latest amenities, but its design pays homage to the school’s earlier days. The facility’s steeply pitched metal roof from Petersen, in a signature orange-red finish, is a clear reference to the buildings surrounding the stadium, and it also frames an impressive gateway into the ballpark’s friendly confines.
Posted: Mar 15, 2021
When the old asbestos diamond shaped shingles began to fail on the Cornerstone Bible Church in Glendora, California, ATAS’ CastleTop was chosen as a replacement. The shape of the .032 aluminum panels, which resembled the original shingles in appearance, was an important factor in their choice of a replacement roofing material.
Posted: Mar 08, 2021
Sited within a New Urbanist neighborhood of traditional-style homes – and across the street from Memphis’ Mississippi River shoreline – the new, very progressive Civitas house makes a strong statement in its looks, alone. It’s also a high-performance residence, achieving multiple energy and environmental certifications. Metal wall and roof panels from Petersen play a starring role in in both its design and performance.