Finding a single product that provides solutions for both aesthetics and design, as well as energy efficiency can be challenging. Insulated metal panels from Metl-Span made a splash for the construction of the Huntsville Aquatics Center in Huntsville, Ala.
One cross-disciplined team includes designers from Damon Farber, RSP, and Svigals + Partners
September 26, 2018
Three teams have been identified as last-round finalists in the design selection process for a permanent memorial honoring the lives lost at the Sandy Hook Elementary School during the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission’s May 10th Board meeting.
In an August 2018 online survey, almost 500 consumers voiced their preferences for specific details related to the stair systems in their homes. Given the choice, the majority of respondents— who are predominantly located in the Northeast and Midwest— prefer natural wood grain stained balusters and straight stair systems with over-the-post hand rails.
For more than 45 years, the United Neighborhood Centers (UNC) of Northeastern Pennsylvania UNC worked jointly with the Diocese of Scranton to provide the underprivileged youth of Lackawanna County a safe and fun place to learn and grow during the summer months.
The rebuilding continues in Point Pleasant Beach more than five years after Hurricane Sandy flooded 1,800 homes and damaged miles of boardwalk at this New Jersey shore town that attracts beach lovers every summer.
Formawall and EcoScreen transform the building’s aesthetic and performance.
September 13, 2018
The 65,000-square-foot Mission College Student Engagement Center, phase two of the Main Building replacement project, serves as the institution’s new front door. Centria’s Formawall and EcoScreen transform the building into an energy-efficient gateway to the college itself.
Addressing concerns that some insulation products release unhealthy chemicals, Healthy Building Network (HBN) released Making Affordable Multifamily Housing More Energy Efficient: A Guide to Healthier Upgrade Materials.
What began simply as Summit Credit Union’s newest branch location in Muskego, Wisconsin, evolved into a standout building that showcases multiple applications of architectural metal. The credit union has a specific brand style for its branches throughout southeast and south-central Wisconsin. The brand is youthful, forward-looking, not stuffy, welcoming and cheerful, with bright colors and plenty of glass.
Check out the October 2019 issue of Walls & Ceilings, this issue focuses on a Georgia-based Contractor with a commitment to construction excellence. The issue also covers insulation, decorative ceilings, brick veneer and more.