Residential Projects

Wooded retirement community roofed with 150,000 sq. ft. of Snap-Clad panels

Nestled in a semi-tropical paradise on an arm of the St. John’s River near Jacksonville, Fla., the new Westminster Woods on Julington Creek retirement community offers active seniors an ideal setting. The wooded campus of nearly 90 acres combines neighborhoods of detached villas, and garden and waterfront apartment homes. Approximately 150,000 sq. ft. of Petersen [Read More]

Curved red roof, sleek tan walls accent much-needed health center

    The long-awaited Western Health Center in Midfield, Ala., is providing comprehensive medical care for the under-served population in Jefferson County. The facility is accented by a curved roof and the complementary colors of red and tan on roofing and wall panels that create a contemporary appearance that welcomes patients, visitors and staff to [Read More]

Prep school’s new building beautifully blends brick, wood, metal

  Ivy Street Center is the first new academic building on the Marist School campus in more than 20 years, and is the signature project in Phase 1 of the Campus Master Plan. Marist School is a private Roman Catholic college preparatory school located in Brookhaven, Ga. The new Ivy Street Center is a $14 [Read More]

Beachfront restaurant transformed with metal roof

  Other than being located in the same spot on the same beach, the newly renovated Marker 36 Restaurant bears little resemblance to its previous namesake, Sandpiper Restaurant. Located in the prestigious Pelican Bay development in Naples, Fla, Marker 36 underwent a total transformation. The design for the renovation was created by Dyehouse Comeriato Architect, [Read More]

Career assistance building design uses four PAC-CLAD products

For more than 20 years, Workforce Essentials has assisted thousands of Tennesseans with becoming self-sufficient through job training and placement services. After initially considering renovation of its aging building, the organization’s board of directors determined that construction of a totally new, energy-efficient headquarters was a better course of action. Workforce Essentials is a private, non-profit [Read More]

Corrugated metal panels add tasty flair to grocery store

Mariano’s Fresh Market has opened as the anchor tenant in Phase II of the Stony Creek Promenade in Oak Lawn, Ill., with its signature metal adornment provided by Petersen Aluminum. Mariano’s is a corporate branch of Milwaukee-based Roundy’s Inc. retail grocery group. The façade of the building, including the signature rotunda, is clad with 5,000 [Read More]

Petersen Aluminum sponsors four free continuing education courses for AIA, GBCI credit

Elk Grove Village, Ill. (Sept. 24, 2015) – Petersen Aluminum now sponsors four free continuing education courses that construction professionals can complete to earn credits toward various industry certifications and memberships. The four courses, all of which can be taken online, focus on designing and building with metal roof and wall panels. Petersen Aluminum’s four [Read More]

Performing arts school rises from tornado’s devastation

  Four years after an EF4 tornado ripped apart the Alberta Elementary School in Tuscaloosa, Ala., the reimagined and redesigned Alberta School of Performing Arts has reopened on the site to the delight of students and the community as well. The K-8 school has a citywide enrollment capacity of 540 students studying various aspects of [Read More]

Florida group’s recruitment award goes to Sal Delfino of Petersen Aluminum

Elk Grove Village, Ill. (Sept. 3, 2015) – The Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association in July bestowed its Charlie Raymond Membership Award on Sal Delfino, technical manager, Petersen Aluminum Corp. The award is given annually to the association member who has recruited the most members during a calendar year. The award was presented [Read More]