Specs and digital design files for PAC-CLAD metal roof and wall panels available on five platforms

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, ILL.  – Architects and designers now have multiple options for digitally locating and specifying PAC-CLAD products for any project. Petersen, the manufacturer of PAC-CLAD metal roof and wall panels, hosts its product specs plus its library of BIM, CAD and installation drawings, on digital platforms including MasterSpec, SpecLink-E, BIMobject.com, Sweets.com and Arcat.com. [Read More]

Homeowner makes metal roof the architectural focus of the house

The design for the expansive new residence in northern Mississippi was heavily influenced by the desire to feature the metal roof as a prominent architectural element. Homeowner Andy Tennison was very involved in the design process, and worked closely with both the architect, Mike Trexler of Trexler Group in Memphis, and roofing contractor Gary Killgore [Read More]

Kentucky public works offices wrapped in metal roof, wall and soffit panels

The Public Works Department of Elizabethtown, Ky., is now proudly housed in an efficient new building designed specifically to better meet staff needs for serving the growing community. The 9,400-sq.-ft. administration building is topped with 12,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s Snap-Clad standing seam panels. The 24 gauge steel panels were finished in PAC-CLAD Cool Color [Read More]

Exterior metal panels in 4 colors complete total building transformation

Alorica, an Irvine, Calif.-based customer engagement services company, has opened a regional call center in downtown Owensboro, Ky. Located in the former BB&T Bank building, the 830-job facility is one of the city’s largest-ever economic development projects, said Kentucky governor Matt Bevin. Alorica employs more than 92,000 people at 150 locations worldwide. The 5-story, 52,000-sq.-ft. [Read More]

Texas bank’s metal tiles help create its corporate identity

The headquarters location of Southside Bank in Tyler, Texas, has completed an updated corporate identity program that relies heavily on the use of several PAC-CLAD profiles. Southside, a publicly traded community bank with assets of $7 billion, operates 60 branches throughout Texas. Design for the renovation and rebranding of the main branch was created by [Read More]

Public safety building’s metal façade makes strong statement

The new Public Safety Building at Frostburg State University is sited at the gateway to the University and represents the emphasis that public safety plays on the campus in Frostburg, Md. The single-story building replaces a nearly 60-year-old renovated elementary school that previously served as the campus police headquarters. The new facility includes administrative and [Read More]

Complex metal roof protects historic church from harsh environment

The historic old church in Galveston, Texas, that once boasted that its steeple was the highest tower in all of Texas now sports a brand new PAC-CLAD metal roof. Originally built in the late 1800’s, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Holy Family Parish has an interesting history. The original church was destroyed by the infamous [Read More]

Marina’s complex copper penny roof is riverfront star

The opening of a sparkling new $6 million multifunctional building at Ridley Township Marina in Delaware County, Pa., marks the final step in modernizing the facility. It also confirms the wisdom of the decision made in 2002 by the Board of Commissioners to purchase the last remaining parcel of land in the township as open [Read More]

Bank’s blue metal roofs meet designer’s detail needs

The new Navy Federal Credit Union branch in St. Mary’s, Ga., is one of the latest locations to utilize PAC-CLAD panels for the roof design. Other branches of the NFCU in Georgia, North Carolina and Texas also sport Petersen’s PAC-CLAD roofs. Navy Federal Credit Union is the world’s largest credit union and proudly serves more [Read More]

Aluminum roof solves bank’s saltwater problem

The new National Bank of Commerce branch in Gulf Shores, Ala., is on an island with a coastal canal on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. It’s no wonder that .040 aluminum was specified for the roof panels on the facility. Approximately 11,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s aluminum Snap-Clad panels were [Read More]