Metal products provide seamless finish for outpatient cancer center

The Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center in Dallas is a 10-story, 459,000-sf outpatient facility connected to the inpatient areas of the Baylor University Medical Center.

November 12, 2012 |

The Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center in Dallas is a 10-story, 459,000-sf outpatient facility connected to the inpatient areas of the Baylor University Medical Center. The building features a curtain façade of glass-fiber reinforced concrete, stone, glass, and metal panels manufactured by Centria. Construction included the installation of 37,000 sf of Centria’s FormaBond line, as well as 2,000 sf of the brand’s IW Series Concealed Fasteners and 1,500 sf of Profile Series Louvers, which eliminate breaks in sight and allow for a clean aesthetic.

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