The 1 Rockwood office building in Sleepy Hollow, New York, underwent a complete façade restoration using polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) exterior restoration coatings. The restoration project will help the building resist fading and degradation for at least 20 years.
Today’s educational campuses do more than provide weather-tight enclosures for instruction and study. They must be attractive to recruit students, faculty, and donors, and offer both generalized, multipurpose and specialized, purpose-built facilities.
When it comes to exterior-use architectural and protective coating technologies, the in-depth science and the creation of performance standards behind the beauty is incredible. Polymer resins, pigments, and additive technologies have advanced throughout the years, challenging the governing associations to set the bar even higher for what truly means ‘high performance in construction.’