Residential Mixed-Use Structure Stands Out In Arlington Neighborhood With Modern Metal Exterior Design
Verde Pointe, the over two-acre mixed-use residential space in Arlington, Virginia, was the collaborative efforts of the architects at Antunovich Associates and developers at McCaffery Interests. The development has two distinctive “portions” as the architects explain, “On the West side sit 42 residential units, a 14,000 square-foot supermarket and a 242 space parking garage. The East side houses a 12-story contemporary tower that includes 162 apartments ranging from studios to two-bedroom units.”
LEED Gold Residential Development Wows Downtown Silver Spring With Fabricated Metal Systems By CEI Materials
In the massive 27-acre Blairs Development in Downtown Silver Spring, Maryland sits The Pearl, the new residential towers by Design Collective. The development, by Tower Companies, commissioned Design Collective to complete the first phase of the redevelopment by designing the 14-story mixed-use high-rise building that features, “…284 units, 177 parking spaces, and 30,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor amenity spaces including a two-story floating wellness center in the courtyard and a rooftop terrace overlooking Rock Creek Park,” Design Collective describes.
SHOP TALK: The Benefits Of Modular Design In The Construction Process
The benefits of modular/pre-engineered construction are endless. It provides a multitude of advantages for not only the fabricator but also the architect, general contractor, and client as well. Modular design has gained popularity in various architectural segments including hospitality, residential and the automotive/corporate identity market.
JOB OPENING: CEI Materials Seeks Estimator/Inside Sales Team Member For Architectural Panel Systems
CEI Materials is seeking an Estimator/Inside Sales team member to provide bid estimates and proposals for our Architectural Panel Systems.
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.