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.
The assembly used for this project was Duro-Guard EPS Flute Fill Combo as the base, and then Duro-Guard ISO HD and DensDeck® cover boards.
With a tight school renovation budget and timeline, the Oak Grove Elementary cafeteria, designed by RuckPate Architects/CS2 Designs, utilized Architectural Reveals to build curving soffits with a racing stripe reveal design.
To preserve the building’s open design and to extend natural light further in the building, the architects incorporated fire resistive glazing in the areas that required a 2-hour fire rating, particularly in the stairwells and exit passageways.
When Knox College was in need of more space for arts education, they turned to a metal building system solution.
Research provides evidence that schools throughout North America are moving toward greener and healthier building solutions and the demand for energy performance has become increasingly more important.
At first glance, it might seem like a barn—but a closer look reveals towering windows, rooftop solar panels and world-class energy efficiency.
Euclid Chemical upgrades to a dependable and efficient system that will meet their needs for years to come.
The building is an important landmark for the nation, and is built on the last available spot on the National Mall in Washington D.C.