Adapting to how the market consumes product and information

After getting off to a rocky start thanks to bad weather, the 2014 building market has been rolling along at a healthy pace while the ongoing strength of the AIA Architectural Billings Index gives us reason to be optimistic well into 2015. Dare I say, the commercial construction market looks to be on the mend. [Read More]

Lakeline H-E-B Plus in Austin Texas Features Sleek Composite Panels

Recently opened, the new H-E-B Plus in Austin Texas features 117,000 SF of shopping bliss, including full service market, bakery, deli, pharmacy, and even electronics. The sleek design of the store is highlighted by 4 mm Reynobond composite panels in handsome Scottish Oak, utilizing the Face-Fastened system. Superior Roofing and Construction of San Antonio installed [Read More]

Discovery Park of America Taking Shape in Union City, TN

Featuring high rise towers, curving forms and breathtaking atriums, construction progress at the Discovery Park of America is revealing a breathtaking facility that will educate all who enter for generations to come. With the goal to inspire children and adults to reach their full potential, the 50-acre complex located in Union City, TN is a [Read More]

Extreme Makeover for Orange Park, Florida High School

Combine architectural vision with superior products and the results are astounding.  The proof – check out the before and after shots of the Orange Park (FL) High School West Campus, where a complete exterior renovation makes the building almost unrecognizable. Featuring 16,000 SFT of PAC Precision Series HWP, the horizontally installed wall panels provide an [Read More]

PAC Precision Series Panels Contribute to LEED status in SC School

When the doors open in the Fall of 2012, 800 students of Meadow Glenn Middle School, Lexington, SC, will walk into the first LEED middle school in Lexington County School District One. Contributing towards the anticipated Silver LEED status is Petersen Aluminum’s PAC Precision Series HWP, a bold, horizontal wall panel designed for edgy aesthetics, [Read More]

Sol Harris/ Day Architecture and Anatomy of a Green Building

After 40 years in business, Sol Harris/Day Architecture, North Canton, OH, required new office space. They seized the moment and implemented the firm’s vision of sustainable design into lessons to be followed by all for minimizing environmental impact. The result?  A cool looking building that is energy efficient and environmentally sensitive in every aspect, literally [Read More]

PAC Tite-Loc Plus Panels “JUST PLANE COOL” on 723 Whiskey Bravo Restaurant

  The beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico along scenic  30A in Seaside, FL isn’t the only sight worthy of a second look at the new 723 Whiskey Bravo Restaurant. Visitors to the second floor observation and serving area of one of the area’s newest restaurants can also enjoy a very cool barrel roof [Read More]

Long-Term Performance Makes PAC Metal Roofing Panels Ideal for Westminster Woods on Julington Creek

      Long-term performance of Petersen Aluminum’s Snap Clad panels may have been the main objective for specification for the Westminister Woods Retirement Community in Jacksonville, FL, but that wasn’t the only appealing factor: The panels also provide unmatched beauty and low maintenance, critical elements  for the 75 acre community located on the shores of [Read More]

PAC-TITE Coping Installed at Maple Leaf Elementary School in Ohio

  Walker Brothers Roofing, of Painesville OH utilized the PAC-TITE Coping System to provide outstanding wind uplift resistance for a newly installed modified roof system at the Maple Leaf Elementary School in Garfield Heights, OH. ANSI-SPRI and FM approved, the PAC-TITE coping system was fabricated from .063 aluminum in PAC-CLAD  Sandstone, and also featured a [Read More]

Metal DOES Make a Difference…..

    Petersen Aluminum is continuing with its project on the island of St John in the Virgin Islands, as the Westin Resorts Properties progress with their renovations on their villas throughout the island. Check out the astonishing difference between the building with the original cedar shakes and the villa recently re-roofed with PAC’s Snap [Read More]