Star Building Systems | Oct 13, 2020
Wakarusa Township fire station meets innovation
Kuehler worked in partnership with Lawrence, Kansas-based architectural firm Hernly Associates and together, they created a vision for the new, nearly 14,500-square-foot station.
Star Building Systems | Sep 22, 2020
Applying conventional construction to custom metal buildings
Star Building Systems eliminates a lot of the complexity and allows us to make enhancements with other components to add interest.
Star Building Systems | Sep 10, 2020
David's Catfish House
The building features a wrap-around wood-framed porch, that historically, has the look and feel of what people would consider a catfish house is supposed to look like.
Star Building Systems | Sep 2, 2020
A new look at value engineering
Allowing your expert material supplier to direct you as to how to get as close to that optimal price point as possible is value engineering—emphasis on “value.”
Star Building Systems | Jun 24, 2020
Here's the church, but where's the steeple?
Tradition has given way to reinvention, with churches creating their own definitions of worship and broadening the conventional mindset regarding what a church is “supposed” to do and for whom.
Star Building Systems | Jun 16, 2020
Turning traditional design on its side
The car-selling market isn’t the only domain Auto Lenders was intent on turning sideways.
Star Building Systems | Jun 4, 2020
Commercial energy codes: Building envelope updates you need to know for 2020
With plenty of new changes on the horizon, let’s dive into the top building envelope code updates you need to know for the rest of the year.