Stainless-steel panels clad R.I. student union

March 01, 2007 |

Engineered to withstand the conditions of a seacoast environment, more than 20,000 sf of InvariMatte stainless steel was specified to clad a 45,000-sf addition to the student union at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. Boston-based architect Goody Clancy and Associates selected InvariMatte because of its corrosion resistance, low glare properties, and uniform texture.


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