Formerly plagued with broken heating and air systems, as well as the need to turn closets into offices, the new three-story, 50,000 sq. ft. headquarters opened in 2016 at a cost of approximately $5 million.
The Bricker Residence required a retrofit that was designed to have fan coil units located in each of the suites, and a new piping system to supply heating and cooling water in a two-pipe switch-over system.
Approximately 2,600 sq. ft. of PAC-CLAD 7/8” Corrugated Panels in five different colors was just what the design team was looking for.
The University of Toronto’s $52.5 million, 126,788-square-foot Environmental Science & Chemistry Building is the newest addition to the Scarborough campus in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Located in Wilmington, Delaware, Nemours/duPont hospital has undergone a series of expansions since it was founded in the 1940s.
In striving to create the greenest office tower in the world, PNC, Gensler and their partners constructed a building that was designed to surpass LEED Platinum certification.
Located throughout the city of Milwaukee and neighboring towns, MPS houses thousands of students.
Buffalo will be the first city to produce the first-ever true solar roof – a roofing product with solar panels built in.
Combining product flexibility with outstanding performance, tall fiberglass windows and weather-friendly aluminum-clad wood doors were a natural choice for this mixed use building.
Real wood veneer panels evoke warmth, texture, and color of a football.