Three buildings united as one with perforated metal façade

The new Falcon Boxing Gym in Glenview, Ill., combines the gut rehab of an existing 12,000 sq. ft. warehouse with 30,000 sq. ft. of additions to create a premier professional boxing gym, indoor soccer training field and cardio/weight training facility. The design, created by Filoramo Talsma Architecture in Chicago, required the demolition of a portion [Read More]

New “outpost” of Atlanta Botanical Garden includes metal roof

The Atlanta Botanical Garden has expanded to include an “outpost” location in Gainesville, Ga., about an hour and a half north of the Garden’s home in midtown Atlanta. The newly opened Smithgall Woodland Garden is sited on a rural 168 acres and is destined to become one of the largest and most diverse gardens in [Read More]

Multi-level metal roof is easy to install on credit union

The opening of the new Public Employees Credit Union branch in Round Rock, Texas, marks the credit union’s sixth location throughout the state. The 3,900 sq. ft. facility presents a substantial yet inviting, contemporary image to the community and customers alike. The roof design includes numerous levels and planes that cover the offices and drive-thru [Read More]

Middle school with log cabin roots topped with PAC-CLAD

Ernest Ward Middle School in Pensacola, Fla., traces its heritage back to a log cabin schoolhouse built in 1896. Continuing to grow and evolve over the decades, the school’s new 85,000 sq. ft. building provides a much needed upgrade for the community and its 450 students. Construction of the new two-story structure took place as [Read More]

Wall panels deliver modern look for aging office building

Obviously in need of a facelift, the industrial office and warehouse space at 5201 Thatcher Road in Downers Grove, Ill., was transformed into a modern looking facility with the replacement of its aging cedar shake mansard façade. Petersen’s Precision Series wall panels accomplished the task. Approximately 4,800 sq. ft. of Petersen’s 24 gauge HWP wall [Read More]

Natural ventilation, daylight flood Wisconsin lake house with metal roof

Located less than 300 feet from Lake Michigan in Door County, Wisconsin, the 2,600 sq. ft. vacation home in Sturgeon Bay provides a “double green” retreat for its owners. The residence is located on a leafy, heavily wooded site, and the architectural design is extremely environmentally friendly. The residence offers an unobstructed view of Lake [Read More]

Sprawling energy-efficient Delaware DMV facility earns LEED Silver

“We had the flexibility to select any quality metal panel manufacturer. Our firm uses lots of metal on various projects and most clients are fairly budget-conscious. Petersen is a manufacturer we regularly look at and was the competitive bidder,” Holloway said. The facility boasts five different PAC-CLAD roof and wall products. Holloway credited the PAC-CLAD [Read More]

New stadium facilities with metal roofs done in time for first kickoff

In spite of a nearly impossible installation schedule, the new restroom buildings at the University of South Carolina’s new Gamecock Park were completed in time for tailgating prior to the season-opening game in 2015. Directly adjacent to Williams Brice Football Stadium in Columbia, S.C., the project entailed the conversion of a 53-acre farmers market into [Read More]

Multiple metal-clad structures populate huge Florida city park

With its prestigious name, the village of Royal Palm Beach, Fla., has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a largely uninhabited swamp and former Seminole hunting ground in Palm Beach County. Incorporated in 1959 following a massive drainage project, the developer insisted on including “Palm Beach” in the name and added his [Read More]

Donated Petersen products add to renowned architect’s new theater design

The design of the new Writers Theatre in Glencoe, Ill., has caught the attention of media across the country. Story after story has been produced about the building’s beautiful architectural design, which was created by renowned Chicago architect Jeanne Gang, FAIA. The new 36,000 sq. ft., $28 million building, which includes metal PAC-CLAD products donated [Read More]