By Kathi Miller
By Shawn Zuver
By Scott Moffatt
Posted: Feb 04, 2021
Surrounded by the rural fields of Quincy, WA, the new Quincy High School showcases how technology and agriculture merge. One way the team at NAC Architecture, Seattle, accomplished this was by selecting EN-V Metal Wall Panels from Dri-Design because metal is a common building material in the rural landscape.
Posted: Feb 01, 2021
You’d never guess the 30-unit complex known as Downtown Terrace in San Luis Obispo, Calif., was made up entirely of mobile homes. Each two-story unit was manufactured in a factory and delivered with OSB siding. As a finishing touch, corrugated panels from McElroy Metal were installed as the façade to each building.
Posted: Jan 27, 2021
Knowing how to tackle big projects is the mark of a capable fabricator. And as its work on the 175,000 sq. ft. Measurement Systems Laboratory at the NASA Langley Research Center demonstrates, Manchester, MI-based CEI Materials is indeed capable. The company fabricated and installed more than 90,000 sq. ft. of ALPOLIC/fr aluminum composite material for the recently completed project, while handling the fabrication and installation of two other wall systems as well.
Posted: Jan 18, 2021
A 200,000 square-foot, three-story building houses the new regional headquarters for Geico in Tucson, Arizona. ATAS International’s Belvedere 6” Short Rib solid and perforated panels in clear satin anodized aluminum were used on portions of the walls, along with solid panels in a custom blue color. For the stairwells, custom perforated ATAS panels in clear satin anodized aluminum were installed.
Posted: Jan 11, 2021
Minor league baseball has been in the middle of a building boom the past few years, as local communities and team owners are seeing value in raising the amenities level for their area stadiums. Featuring metal panels from Petersen, the Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin, Nev., home to the Triple-A Las Vegas Aviators franchise, is one of the latest entries to this list.
Posted: Jan 07, 2021
Williston, North Dakota has a history deeply rooted in the railroad and agriculture industries, but a surge of oil-related jobs has brought new people and new construction. Case in point is the Williston Basin International Airport. Completed in 2019, it features a people-friendly terminal that reflects the history of the Williston Basin. Dri-Design Wall Panels were utilized to create a cohesive, welcoming look both inside the terminal and out.
Posted: Jan 04, 2021
Just like the original owner of the building one hundred years earlier, the owner of the Mosinee Brewing Company had a vision for what her building could be – a craft brewery, taproom, outdoor beer garden and event space – and how it could help revive her local community. With the help of products from Star Building Systems, that vision has come to life.