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.
The museum tells a story of geology, culture, and the practice of prairie landscape management through intentional burns.
Daytona International Speedway has undergone a $400 million full-scale makeover to update the facilities first built in 1959.
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
Wanting to capitalize on the abundant energy produced by the sun, the Real Salt Lake professional soccer club built carports in the parking lot using MBCI metal roofing with solar panels. The panels generate 73% of the stadium’s total power needs.
When you’re building the largest timber-frame structure in the world, you don’t want an open flame anywhere near the construction site.
For federal courthouses, embassies, government facilities and other high profile buildings, building materials are chosen based on their ability to mitigate or minimize the injuries and fatalities to occupants during an attack.
Total Acoustics™ ceiling panels help reduce distracting noise in workplace.
Whether building architecture or catching a bus, everyone’s happy when things run right on schedule.
InsulBloc frees architects, contractors and specifiers from restrictive concerns about innovation and form in their designs. It applied as a liquid, conforms to any design shape, and expands then cures in place.