CEI Helps Architects Complete Stunning Adaptive Reuse Project In Watertown, Massachusetts
The Linx is a $60 million adaptive reuse architectural marvel by Spagnolo, Gisness & Associates (SGA Arch) in Watertown, MA. The building was converted from a concrete warehouse into a contemporary commercial office complex with a design that incorporates daylighting and various exterior-cladding materials. With the concrete replaced with glass, the new building was split into two and will now house a variety of professional industries from technology to health insurance.
Architects Design Headquarters Extension With The Help Of CEI Fabricated Metal Systems
The company’s North American corporate campus was built in the 1950s and the 10-acre space was in need of updating. The company commissioned NK Architects to develop a master plan for the space that would showcase the company’s movement into the 21st century.
Stunning Potomac Ballroom Boasts Striking Exterior Design With The Help Of CEI Materials
The recently completed Riverview Ballroom is a contemporary addition to the renowned Gaylord National Harbor Hotel and Convention Center in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The $25 million extension opened this year as a free standing meeting space, utilized for private events.
Architects Design Contemporary Police Station With CEI Materials Fabricated Panels
Historically municipality design takes few risks and sticks within a more traditional approach to its architectural design. These buildings often represent a community’s public use government spaces and remain unchanged for years. Occasionally, municipalities are designed with innovative technologies and modern building palettes, offering a community a distinguished beacon.