St. Mary's Medical Office Building

ALPOLICĀ® / Mitsubishi Chemical America

Formability and a precision fit were at the top of the list as far as requirements for a material to cover the radiused drop-off canopy at the St. Mary’s Medical Office Building in Richmond, VA. That’s why Odell & Associates specified ALPOLIC® ACM (aluminum composite material) for the job.

Mitsubishi Chemical FP America Inc. of Chesapeake, VA, manufactured the 4mm-thick material, which features .020” aluminum skins bonded to a polyethylene core. It was supplied in two colors, BPS Pearl and Silver Metallic, both of which were formulated from Lumiflon paint by PPG Industries.

W.H. Stovall & Company Inc. of Ashland, VA, fabricated and installed the panels using its proprietary Stovall R-175 gasket system. Approximately 20,000 sq. ft. of panels were needed to complete the challenging project.

About Mitsubishi Chemical America  - ALPOLIC Division

ALPOLIC Meet the SupplierALPOLIC® Metal Composite Materials (MCM) have been manufactured since 1991 at Mitsubishi Chemical America’s Chesapeake, VA location. ALPOLIC ® MCM is among the most versatile and useful architectural materials available, and our manufacturing, distribution and support capabilities extend worldwide. ALPOLIC ® offers the rigidity of heavy-gauge architectural metals in a lightweight composite material, with a standard polyethylene or fire-resistant core available in an unmatched selection of colors and finishes. For more information about ALPOLIC ®, visit or call 800-422-7270.

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