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By Harry Comfort
By Shawn Zuver
By Tom Diamond
Posted: Aug 01, 2019
San Francisco International Airport (SFO), one of the busiest airports in the United States, recently completed a new building called the SFO Consolidated Administration Campus. Its purpose is to house workers from four departments – administration, landside, terminal and airside operations – all under one roof. A key component in the new building's construction was insulated metal wall panels from Kingspan Insulated Panels - North America.
Posted: Jul 25, 2019
The City of Ottawa, Canada has fire stations located across the city to provide emergency services to more than 1 million residents. Based on the results of a study, it was recommended to close two stations in the east and build two new ones. Station No. 55 was built in a suburban area of the city among new housing developments while Station No. 36 is in a developing industrial area. Both stations feature Garland's R-Mer® Span panels.
Posted: Jul 03, 2019
In the River North Art District of Denver, there are plenty of galleries, craft brewers and street art. The Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation development is bringing a new kind of creativity to the city by offering tenants office spaces along with a restaurant, retail, workout facility, conference rooms and beautiful views of downtown Denver. The building’s exterior is accented with insulated metal wall panels from Kingspan Insulated Panels – North America.
Posted: May 28, 2019
In the late 1990s, a changed mission and substantial growth called for the conversion and expansion of the Helena Aviation Readiness Center’s relatively new attack battalion armory. After two decades in waiting, that project finally got the green light. Completed in August 2017, the new building now meets the current needs of the Montana Army National Guard and, thanks to the inclusion of metal wall panels from Citadel Architectural Products, conforms to the federal government’s high standards for sustainable construction.
Posted: May 16, 2019
The Islais Creek Motor Coach Maintenance & Operations Facility truly redefined the meaning of a long-term project. The design of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s new facilities was initiated in 1990. Phase I of the project was completed in 2013. Phase II, which features metal roof and wall panels from IMETCO, was completed in 2018.