Case studies

May 25, 2016

While Baker Triangle was building the Southwest Energy office building in Houston, they knew they would need expansion products due to the large building size and layout. 

May 17, 2016

A 50-foot x 90-foot metal building system from Star Buildings allowed the church to build its basic structure economically and finish it in a way that achieved the visual style they wanted

Advanced laser scanning technology supports data collection and modeling efforts for Missouri’s Iatan 1 Power Plant
May 10, 2016

For the installation of a new heat exchanger, the power division of Black & Veatch contracted an engineering firm to laser scan the site, make a piping model in Autodesk® Revit®, and export it into AutoCAD® to deliver results.

May 04, 2016

Winter Construction is part of the Star family, and their new 8300 sf brewery and tasting room is a Star Building System.

April 25, 2016

EFCO was approached during a search for highly durable and aesthetically appealing curtain wall and storefront products and used 3-D software technology to design the framing system and determine the size, radius and angle of the project building’s curved glass

Nichiha’s custom color Illumination Architectural Wall Panels.

April 13, 2016

The 40-unit apartment building features a checkerboard design with three shades of gray to provide a contemporary façade without betraying the historical setting

March 29, 2016

With the full O&M package, solar adopters are able to maximize return on investment, optimize system performance and minimize operating costs while controlling long-term costs. 

Riverton Community Housing located in Minneapolis, MN.

March 29, 2016

Custom color cladding helps create dynamic student housing center

Clear fire-rated glazing transfers daylight

March 24, 2016

Visual connectivity between workspaces and natural light, to be created without sacrificing safety, were focal points in the development of the Clinical Services Pavilion at Cincinnati Children's Medical Center

March 07, 2016

SaftiFirst’s custom curtain wall complied with all the seismic requirements while still blending in seamlessly with building’s design

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