Aluminum wall cladding systems provide a modern aesthetic to commercial buildings. Specifying factory-applied, durable finishes to meet a project’s climate and performance needs allows the property to maintain its intended look with minimal maintenance of its cladding.
In the heart of the cultural district in Brooklyn, New York, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) South tower enlivens an underused section of the district and draws people into the vibrant civic space. The 32-story, mixed-use building uses a porous design and features an expansive, terraced plaza.
With the rising popularity of the al fresco experience, windscreen systems are increasingly being incorporated in outdoor areas. These post-supported glass railings have been growing in popularity due to their ability to provide unobstructed views and wind protection, and as a visual complement to outdoor amenities such as rooftop decks, pools, and healing gardens.
To meet the growing needs of the community, Northwell Health in Huntington, New York, needed a bigger emergency department (ED. The facility utilized a split-flow, ‘super track’ model for its expansion to filter the patient volume into two treatment areas to more effectively manage patient wait-times and reduce their length of stay.