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. Marys, 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]

Complex roof detail creates beautiful design for high-end home

The 5,500-sq.-ft. custom home for the Davis family in Waco, Texas, sports a complex roof that is “mainly detail work,” said James Guest of Guest Roofing in Waco, the installing contractor. “It’s very cut up with lots of hips and valleys and pitches and planes. It’s a beautiful design.” Approximately 10,300 sq. ft. of Petersen’s [Read More]

Rec center uses three metal wall panels to enhance its exterior

Completion of a major renovation and expansion of the Rosa Jackson Recreation Center in the historic Fort Hill area of Macon, Ga., has met with rave reviews. The project was designed to create a “wow factor,” said Recreation Department Director Reggie Moore. The Center now includes a new multi-purpose room, gymnasium, computer lab, playground and [Read More]

Snap-Clad aluminum roofing perfect for Florida beachfront resort

Multiple buildings in the expansive new Westman Lodge compound on Plantation Key in Islamorada, Fla., are protected with Petersen’s Snap-Clad .032-in. aluminum panels. As usual, aluminum is the material of choice in the highly corrosive saltwater environment. The residence is directly on the water in a resort-like setting with its own pier, guest house and [Read More]

Difficult roof repair worth the effort to survive Irma unscathed

The roof repair of The Reach, a Waldorf Astoria Resort in Key West, Fla., began after suffering the effects of several major storms and the roof was seriously in need of replacement. More than 39,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s Snap-Clad .040-in. aluminum panels came to the rescue in a major re-roof effort. The lavish, Caribbean-style [Read More]

Metal roof adds to “Old Southern Architecture” of Mississippi shopping mall

Approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s PAC-CLAD metal roof panels contributed to the “old Southern architecture” of the Outlets of Mississippi shopping mall in Pearl, Miss. The 326,000-sq.-ft. mall is the largest outdoor shopping center in the state. The aesthetic intent for the facility is reflected through the use of historic colors, materials and references [Read More]