An academic renovation and addition project, the DC International School design was envisioned by renowned Perkins-Eastman.
Subframing Projects : Education
Students at the University of Washington have a new space to learn and grow their skills for the 21st century. Named in honor of Bill & Melinda Gates, this newest addition to the Paul G.
When designing the Academy of Advance Design and Technology, Amenta Emma Architects used Cladding Corp’s Plus5 system on the HPL panels. The building features a variety of colors, including green, white and greys.
USA Architects designed the new Temple University Science Education and Research Center using a stone rainscreen with Plus5 attachment system.
Payette Architects of Boston have created an award winning building on the campus of Bridgewater State. The reclad and addition to the Science and Math Center used Swisspearl® fiber cement panels and terra-cotta baguette sunscreens.
EYP Architecture & Engineering has completed one of the most advanced stone rainscreen projects in the USA at SUNY Maritime College.
Tappe Associates of Boston used a PLUS5 rain screen clip system to address the new Maynard High School’s stone Rainscreen façade. The clips were custom designed for this project and coated to match other trim sections of the building.
RDG Planning and Design of Omaha designed a HPL rainscreen wall featuring Plus5 substructure. An exposed fixing system was used and the depth accommodated fiber insulation.
A high-performance, state-of-the-art, green fieldhouse facility in San Diego, complete with a drained and back ventilated System5 rainscreen by Cladding Corp.
The Wildcat Activity Center on the campus of CSU-Chico, was designed by Sasaki with a green HPL rainscreen. The wood grain panels were installed with a Plus5 system provided by Cladding Corp.
In preparation for Fall 2010 semester, installation of the University of Arkansas Garland Ave. Bookstore and Parking Garage incorporated a Terra5 terracotta rainscreen, a fiber cement rainscreen and unique Terra5 baguette sunscreen.