The renovation work for the 1960s-1970s era original brick façade buildings included extensive interior and exterior work, the complete resurfacing of the buildings’ façades and the replacement of all windows.
Architects at BNIM designed a striking structure that embraces the inclusive, user-friendly tone of the new airport. Building for the long term, they prioritized sustainability as well. One choice in particular supported both intentions: the facility’s iconic exterior, an elegant glass façade created through BNIM’s collaboration with Bendheim and Längle Glas.
The high-rise condominium’s combination of Alumicor systems provides high thermal performance to support the building’s energy efficiency and keep residences comfortable during British Columbia’s cold winters. In warmer weather, projected window vents integrated within the curtainwall offer fresh air and natural ventilation.
Design architect Alfonso Architects, Tampa, was tasked to create something special that departed from the brick buildings typically seen on hospital and college campuses. That variation led to the selection of Weathering Steel wall panels.
Metalwërks announced the inclusion of its Sculpted 3D on the recently constructed parking garage of Connecticut’s historic Stamford Station, part of a massive overhaul of this key link in rail traffic in the region.
The renovation and retrofit of the Science IV building on the campus of Binghamton University demonstrates how the skillful design, fabrication and application of ALUCOBOND® PLUS can transform an outdated, boring façade.
For each pixel, Linetec finished an 8-by-8-inch extruded aluminum flapper panel in the corresponding color. To achieve the pixelated mural effect, 35 unique colors were chosen to match West’s original artwork.
Sesquicentennial Hall, which is connected to the existing Busby Hall of Engineering, is a 200,000-square-foot new structure, created to support interdisciplinary engineering and computer science. A key to the success of the project was the exterior aesthetics.