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Library Inspired by Original 1960s Building Strives For LEED Gold


The Jasper Place Branch Library was the joint venture between firms Hughes Condon Marier Architects (HCMA) and Dub Architects. The new library was to replace the old, but was still inspired by the 1960’s Modernist design of the original. The city of Edmonton required sustainable attributes in the building’s design, which was ultimately awards LEED Gold certification.

LEED Platinum Commercial Building Sets Energy and Design Standards In Europe

Project Name: NU Office Building
Project Location: Munich, Germany
Alucobond Materials: Alucobond® Plus Royal Cedar
Architect: Falk von Tettenborn
Fabricator: AS Fassaden, Gars
Developer: Hubert Haupt Immobilien Holding
General Contractor: Ernie Loberg Construction
Photography: Falk von Tettenborn Architects + Katzer

What if a building didn’t just have sustainable attributes? There weren’t just aspects or portions of the building’s design that adhered to the world’s leading performance standard LEED (Leadership in Energy and environmental Design), but what happens when one of the key design principles in a building is energy efficiency? You get a building with the highest LEED Platinum score ever worldwide in the category of ‘Core and Shell.’

Headquarters Iconic Design Reflected In Alucobond NaturAL Cladding


© Brad Feinknopf Photography

Project Name: The Connor Group Headquarters
Project Location: Miamisburg, Ohio
Alucobond Materials: Alucobond NaturAL Brushed Finish
Architect: Moody Nolan
Fabricator: Royalton Architectural Fabrication, Inc.
Installer: Celina Glass Co., Inc.
General Contractor: Messer Construction Co.
Photography: Brad Feinknopf Photography & Daniel Lunghi (see copyright under photo)

Executives at The Connor Group set high expectations for design of the national real-estate investment firm’s new Central Support Office building, which opened in Miamisburg, Ohio, in August 2014.

LAX International Terminal Features Ocean Wave Roof Design With Alucobond

[David Ford of Crown Corr]

Project Name: New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at LAX
Project Location: Los Angeles, California
Alucobond Materials: 4mm Custom LAX Fawn Metallic
Year of Installation: 2013
Architect: Fentress Architects, Denver, Colorado
Fabricator: Elward Systems Corp., Lakewood, Colorado
Attachment System: Elward Systems Corp. Rout and Return Dry System
Installer: Gary, Ind.-headquartered Crown Corr, Inc.
Images: Jason A. Knowles © Fentress Architects and David Ford

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the sixth busiest airport in the world and the third busiest in the United States serving nearly 63.7 million passengers – including 17 million international passengers – in 2012. Visitors are drawn to Los Angeles to experience everything from the area’s temperate coastal climate and beaches to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood movie-making.

UNT’s Elite LEED-Platinum Apogee Stadium Clad With Recyclable Alucobond ACM

Project Name: University of North Texas’ (UNT) Apogee Stadium
Project Location: Denton, Texas
Alucobond Materials: 48,320 sq. ft. 4mm Sunrise Silver Metallic
1,334 sq. ft. 4mm Custom Mean Green
Year of Installation: 2011
Architect: HKS, Inc. – Dallas
Fabricator/Installer: NOW Specialties
Carrollton, Texas
General Contractor: Manhattan Construction
Co., Dallas
Images: Daryl Shields – HKS

The University of North Texas’ (UNT) Apogee Stadium – the first newly constructed collegiate football stadium in the nation to earn LEED Platinum certification – opened in Denton, Texas, in September 2011 as the new home of Mean Green football.

Alucobond Plus Helps Rush University Medical Center Tower Transform Chicago Skyline

Project Name: Rush University Medical Center
Project Location: Chicago, Illinois
Alucobond Materials: 250,000 sq. ft. custom Spinnaker Bone White
17,000 sq. ft. custom Sunstorm Rum Pewter
Year of Installation: 2011
Architect: Perkins+Will, Chicago
Fabricator: Sobotec Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario
Installer: ASI Ltd.
(Previously of Whitestown, Ind.)
General Contractor: Powers/Jacob Joint Venture, Chicago
Images: Robert R. Gigliotti

The new 14-story $654-million hospital building at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, which is referred to as The Tower, stands out on the city’s skyline with a unique butterfly design and striking white exterior – both visual symbols of the medical center’s goal to transform healthcare delivery. Formable Alucobond® Plus aluminum composite material in the custom Spinnaker Bone White color was selected to realize the hospital’s shining, clean exterior image and its unique butterfly design.