Case studies

Mundelein Village Hall, Mundelein, IL
Architect: Wight & Company
General Contractor: Weston Solutions
Installing contractor: Sullivan Roofing
Profiles: Snap-Clad, Snap-On, PAC-750 Soffit, 7.2 Wall Panels
Color: Zinc
October 19, 2016

The building design was inspired by historical elements in the community, and utilizes traditional masonry construction highlighted with a contemporary PAC-CLAD standing seam metal roof.

Considerable challenges posed by the height of the buildings. Narrow streets enclosed by high rise structures removed any option of using GPS survey methods. Everything needed to be shot via line-of-sight measurement. (Image from Google Earth Pro).

October 03, 2016

DeWalt Corporation, which has completed thousands of surveys over the last 50 years, began using 3D laser scanning technology nearly five years ago. 

Seven buildings are part of the University of Kentucky Residential Revival project, once complete they all are seeking LEED certification.

October 03, 2016

Residential spaces that need to meet high traffic demands while accommodating an ever-changing populace creates a unique set of obstacles for any educational institution’s housing.

September 30, 2016

A continuous insulation solution offers a cost-effective and high-performance option for exterior commercial wall construction.

A simple system for versatile architectural forms

September 29, 2016

The largest building on campus, it was designed by Flad Architects to comply with LEED Gold Certification standards and to meet a wide range of current and future academic needs.

September 13, 2016

The 26-story hotel spanning 96,000 square-feet needed a way to not only differentiate itself among the sea of other hotels and buildings lining the riverfront and downtown area, but also fit into the mix aesthetically.

September 16, 2016

The museum tells a story of geology, culture, and the practice of prairie landscape management through intentional burns.

The massive DAYTONA Rising Project in progress.

September 13, 2016

Daytona International Speedway has undergone a $400 million full-scale makeover to update the facilities first built in 1959.

July 11, 2016

Gilbane Building Company utilized advanced 3D scanning technology as part of a virtual design and construction (VDC) solution to ensure quality control throughout the lifespan of the project

July 11, 2016

With 60-year-old windows and high energy usage, the University of New Mexico building was in need of a historically accurate renovation that would reintroduce it as an environmentally sustainable education facility

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