Architects Design State-Of-The-Art Bank Branch In Fort Wayne, Indiana
The Stellhorn Crossing 3Rivers Federal Credit Union branch features a 16,448-square-foot two-story building. Featuring a full-service branch and mortgage center, the new building replaces the company’s Maysville Road leased branch. Designed by Bona Vita Architecture, the facility features a more open concept with separate rooms for both business and investment services.
Mixed Use Residential Buildings Boasts Colorful Array Of Products In Small Western Wisconsin City
Menomonie, a relatively small city in western Wisconsin, is the home of 503 Broadway apartment complex. Built near a variety of the city amenities such as the Red Cedar State Trail, the apartments offer access to entertainment and green spaces. Walkability is a major feature and design element of the building offering one to four-bedroom apartments to residents.
The 3 Greatest Benefits Of Using A Perforated Metal Product
There are a whole host of benefits to the utilization of perforated metal. Its advantageous nature allows for architects to use the material based solely on a variety of factors including its obvious aesthetic qualities or its sustainable attributes. Architects and designers are continuously searching for products that provide an unusual aesthetic without sacrificing durability, strength or sustainable design. Here we explore what we consider the three greatest benefits of using a perforated metal product.
CEI Materials General Contractor Spotlight: HITT Contracting
HITT Contracting has a unique history, starting back in the 1930s as a small family-owned business in Arlington, VA. What started as a six-person operation, HITT now has over 1,000 employees. As a major player in the construction community, they are an innovator exploring sustainable and virtual resource technologies in the industry. HITT was voted ENR’s Mid-Atlantic Contractor of the Year, the award-winning team produces a wide variety of projects on a national scale.
SHOP TALK: Building Materials And The Rise Of Metal Panels
Metal buildings have a long history in the United States, dating back to the first steel -framed skyscraper in the late 1800s. Beginning its rise with steel, the emergence of metal buildings was prevalent around WWII when it was used to construct bomb shelters. It became more and more popular through the 21st century with a variety of natural metal and natural metal substitutes being offered.