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Stairway Railing Infill Meets Aesthetic and Sustainable Needs for Multi-Level Store

Friday, August 16, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI… Starbucks stores and facilities are widely known and highly regarded for their sustainable and sophisticated designs. The newest Starbucks flagship store at Oak and Rush in Chicago, IL, which features wire mesh from Banker Wire, is no exception.

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Free Downloadable PDF Files Allow 'Virtual' Mesh to be Explored in 3D Environment

Friday, August 09, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI… Banker Wire announces the launch of ‘Virtual Samples’ – interactive high-definition 3D CAD drawings of the company’s metal mesh patterns that can be zoomed, rotated and panned to explore the material’s true characteristics.

Banker Wire Virtual Samples are an industry first, allowing architects and designers to thoroughly appraise the quality and examine the nuances of over 80 of the company’s mesh patterns, for free and from the comfort of their desk.

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Monument Reopens July 4th

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI…The Statue of Liberty re-opens on the Fourth of July, with a number of renovations – including new stairway railings inside the monument’s pedestal. Banker Wire provides mesh infill panels for the railings, enhancing the look and durability of the interior staircases.

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Sinai Hospital's Newly-Constructed Atrium Features Banker Wire Mesh Panels

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI…Baltimore’s Sinai Hospital has a total of 493 beds and more than 18 medical departments. Its hundreds of employees care for more than 26,000 patients annually.  Now, the teaching hospital offers those patients and their loved ones more than high-quality care. An 8,000-square-foot atrium, its windows framed by Banker Wire mesh, provides hospital visitors and employees a peaceful place for relaxation and reflection.

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Stainless Steel Wire Mesh Now Lines Stairways and Balconies of Newly-Renovated Lewisville High School

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI…Lewisville School District’s oldest – but newly renovated – school now features Banker Wire stainless steel wire mesh. The company provides sleek and durable infill panels for the school’s stairways and hallway balconies.

Lewisville High School, founded in 1897, is undergoing a large-scale, multi-phase renovation as part of the district’s efforts to provide high-quality educational facilities to its growing student population. Implementation of that plan involved installing Banker Wire railing infill panels in the school’s hallways.

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Project Duplicates 19th-century Ornamental Ironwork on Historic Madison Bed and Breakfast

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI…For more than 150 years, the Mansion Hill Inn’s ornate exterior has radiated stately elegance. Thanks to the restoration efforts of Banker Wire, the Madison, WI bed and breakfast’s ornamental ironwork will continue to charm guests and passersby for years to come.

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Architectural Mesh Now Features Circular Patterns – a Breakthrough in Woven Metal Fabrication

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

MUKWONAGO, WI…After more than a year of development, Banker Wire is the first manufacturer to mass-produce woven metal fabric with circular patterns. Circle Mesh applies the durability, versatility and aesthetic appeal of architectural mesh to new circular weaves.

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