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Posted: Sep 24, 2020
The renovation of the historic building at 888 16th St. NW in the nation’s capital included a complete transformation of the façade, down to the precast structural members. The new façade is comprised of Portuguese limestone, granite, curtain wall and larson by Alucoil metal composite panels.
Posted: Sep 10, 2020
Jefferson Elementary School in Richland, WA, is a prototype school with its own flair to grab people’s attention on a busy street corner. The pop of color expressing the school’s pride is from Citadel Architectural Products' Envelope 2000® metal composite material (MCM) Rainscreen (RS) and Reveal (RV) systems.
Posted: Aug 31, 2020
A.D. Construction of Salt Lake City, UT was awarded Building Of The Year honors in the American Buildings Company (ABC) Building of the Year Excellence in Design Award presentation for their work on the Alta High School Hawk House in Sandy, UT. The project also took top honors in the competition's Recreation category.
Posted: Aug 27, 2020
If these walls could talk, it wouldn’t take long to convince visitors they are a signature feature in the renovation and expansion of the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center, Charleston, WV. Approximately 74,764 square feet of aluminum composite material (ACM) from Alucoil North America was fabricated and installed as those walls by Shaffner Heaney Associates of South Bend, IN.
Posted: Aug 13, 2020
The new headquarters for aerospace parts supplier Aviatrix USA features office and warehouse operations that were created with Rigid Frame and Continuous Beam framing from Varco Pruden Buildings. In addition, Varco Pruden's SSR roofing and Vee Rib wall panels were used to clad the exterior of the 17,000 sq. ft. facility in Sherwood, OR.
Posted: Aug 10, 2020
Terra Verde Discovery School in Norman, Oklahoma, has been steadily growing since it was founded in 2010. To accommodate the expanding needs of the school, “The Nest” event center – featuring metal building products from Star Building Systems – has been designed to allow for small group instruction.
Posted: Aug 06, 2020
The needs of many disciplines come together in the Wortman Medical Science Center, a medical professional and education/training building in Pasco, Wash. Designing a building for multiple purposes that reflects the feel of the neighborhood was the task of MMEC Architecture & Interiors, Spokane, Wash. The firm selected SinoCore® by Citadel Architectural Products for a modern aesthetic with low maintenance and inherent durability.