The design team made the most of the structure’s strengths — like the alignment and shape of the window openings and skylights, which allow abundant daylight to penetrate deep into interior spaces.
The challenge of a large space, mixed materials and intricate design were met by a highly skilled, INSTALL-trained team.
With brownsites, the real trouble lies in the unseen: namely the hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants that remain in the soil.
Breault Roofing created a way to make the installation process more efficient by requesting mostly tabless sheets and fastening the membrane with induction welding to the purlins instead of a regular mechanically fastened system onto the pan.
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.
It takes a team to find the perfect color combination, and this time we accomplished it with the help of CENTRIA.
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.