By Steven Soderberg
By Rob Haddock
By Kathi Miller
Posted: Jan 20, 2022
The award-winning David Rubenstein Forum project at the University of Chicago utilized 60,000 square feet of custom Versa-Lok and custom-fabricated wall panels that were manufactured by ATAS in 1.0 mm grey zinc. The panels were used as exterior wall cladding on this 166-foot-tall building consisting of 10 stories (a two-story base, and an eight-story tower).
Posted: Jan 17, 2022
For the 100 Above The Park landmark residential tower near the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, the texture and finish of the prominent metallic surfaces needed to be just right. Anodized aluminum from Lorin Industries was selected for the corrugated rainscreen panels and flat trim panels on the façade as well as for fabricated "blades" over the garage area.
Posted: Jan 10, 2022
The plain box is no more. And it's partly because of energy efficient, cost-efficient and attractive insulated metal panel systems like those from Kingspan Insulated Panels. The company's KS Shadowline insulated metal panels were recently specified for the Caledon Industrial Park in Caledon, Ontario, Canada. In addition to being a candidate for LEED® Silver certification, the building is a definite cut above the usual in terms of aesthetics.
Posted: Dec 23, 2021
The Rochester (Minn.) Public Schools District teamed up with LHB on a $171.4 million bond referendum to ask the voters to construct three elementary schools and a middle school. The first of the schools completed was Overland Elementary School. To help ensure the facility would stand the test of time, copper Flat Lock Tiles from Sheet Metal Supply of Grayslake, IL were specified and installed on the school.
Posted: Dec 20, 2021
A unique and modern private residence in East Hampton, NY won two first-place awards for the residential walls and interiors categories in ATAS International’s 2020 project of the year competition.
Posted: Dec 16, 2021
When the Haslam and Edwards families purchased Major League Soccer's Columbus (Ohio) Crew franchise in late 2018, it was a win for the city and the organization, which got a new stadium and a new training facility, dubbed the OhioHealth Performance Center. The new building features aluminum composite metal wall panels from Laminators Inc. of Hatfield, PA, on its exterior.
Posted: Dec 13, 2021
Designed in 1954 as the home to the historic Philadelphia Bulletin newspaper, the Bulletin Building is an iconic structure in the booming University City neighborhood. Recently, the facility was retrofitted into a state-of-the-art laboratory and retail space. As part of the historic renovation, PPG partnered with Spectrum Metal Finishing to develop and apply a customized PPG Coraflon® powder coating for the structure.