Case studies

January 29, 2016

The Boulevard Club is a century old structure in Toronto which needed an expansion. The windows facing Lake Ontario needed to be bird friendly in order to reduce the number of window collisions. In this case, AviProtek E bird friendly low-e coated acid-etched glass was the right choice. 

Audubon National Wildlife Refuge & Visitors Center
January 13, 2016

The new Audubon National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Vistiors Center, completed in April 2010, earned LEED Gold certification.

December 14, 2015

House of Sports in Ardsley, N.Y., is home to a soccer field on the third floor of a downtown building.  

The Wolf Creek Library: ALPOLIC® Materials welcomes a community to its new “living room.”

Red and copper tones in prismatic “magma” finish

December 07, 2015

In this natural setting, material and color selections were crucial to achieving the right balance between attracting attention and blending in

A century-old furniture factory gets a living wall biofilter for better air
November 20, 2015

In terms of providing improved air quality and energy conservation, Enviro-Stewards installed a Nedlaw Living Wall Biofilter

Neopariés preserves modern aesthetic of celebrated One Park Place building
November 17, 2015

To preserve the building’s famed Modernist appearance, Kansas-based firm Black & Veatch was tasked with replacing the dilapidated marble with an aesthetically similar, yet structurally improved cladding material.

Getting the most value when you Value Engineer DWV systems

The largest building project in recent NCAA history, the T. Boone Pickens Stadium at Oklahoma State University.

November 13, 2015

PVC can be used successfully below ground, but it requires careful installation and soil prep 

In it for the long run – Why comprehensive O&M services are a must

Macerich – Twenty Ninth Street Mall – Boulder, CO

October 30, 2015

In order to safely and effectively maximize return on investment, minimizing operating costs and optimizing asset performance is essential

The “new” Gaillard Center gets a standing ovation for its exterior cladding

In synch with Charleston's heralded architectural history, the new cladding was made to aesthetically resemble stucco, a material that has been used in the city since the 19th century.

October 27, 2015

One of the focal points of this signature project was the selection of cladding.

The biofilter provides the majority of the building's fresh air intake to substantially reduce energy usage.

The biofilter provides the majority of the building's fresh air intake to substantially reduce energy usage.

October 22, 2015

The green plant wall provides a striking contrast to the glass and steel structure.

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