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3A Composites USA Names Dedicated ALUCOBOND® Corporate Identity Manager, Enhances North American Sales Representation

The ALUCOBOND® North American sales team has been enhanced with a dedicated corporate identity (CID) manager and two new sales agencies that will represent the ALUCOBOND® PLUS and ALUCOBOND AXCENT™ lines by 3A Composites USA in the building design and construction industry.

New ALUCOBOND® USA Website Filled With Intuitive Design, Tech Tools, Architectural Inspiration

A plethora of user-friendly tools and inspiring visual imagery captures the imaginations of building architects, designers and specifiers on the newly redesigned ALUCOBOND® USA website by 3A Composites USA.

Health Center Serves as Glowing Neighborhood Beacon with Color-Shifting ALUCOBOND® PLUS Cladding

With an angular futuristic design and dynamic color-shifting metal cladding that melds red with orange and yellow, the new Esperanza Brighton Park health center serves as a glowing beacon, welcoming residents seeking healthcare and wellness services in this previously underserved southwest Chicago neighborhood.

Let’s Talk Tech: Finish Consistency

Directionality must be taken into account for ALUCOBOND® PLUS Metallic, Mica, Spectra, Brushed, Printed, Textured and Anodized finishes. For optimum finish consistency, we’ve developed these general guidelines.

Development Leaves Impression on Minneapolis Cityscape with Striking Angular Design Clad in Purple-Hued ALUCOBOND® PLUS

The new Ironclad mixed-use development in Minneapolis stands out in the historic Mill District’s cityscape with a unique metal-clad angular design that is equal parts historic inspiration and contemporary urban chic.

Hotel’s Renovated Porte Cochere Greets Guests with Origami-Like Sculptural Façade Clad In ALUCOBOND® PLUS Spectra Color-Shifting Finish

A unique, glistening origami-like sculptural façade greets guests arriving at a Los Angeles airport hotel via its newly renovated Porte Cochere.

Tasked with transforming the dark, dated façade of the original 1980s-era hotel arrival tunnel, Houston/Tyner, a professional architectural corporation based in Torrance, Calif., wanted to create “a showcase for the boulevard” with the nearly 300-foot long 14,950 square-foot Porte Cochere that spans the entire length of the hotel, according to Russel Tyner, AIA, NCARB, principal architect, Houston/Tyner.