Formawall panels in array of hues reflect Zoller’s signature color scheme
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Moon Township, PA…Zoller, Inc.’s headquarters in Ann Arbor, MI, achieved their distinct, corporate-branded façade by relying on CENTRIA Formawall®’s ingenuity and customization. CENTRIA, a leading building envelope science company, provided approximately 24,500 square feet of the Formawall high performance building envelope system for the 44,000 square-foot building.
Signature veiled metal panels add visual diversity and lightness to four-level concrete structure
Thursday, January 03, 2019
Moon Township, PA…The Broadcom Parking Garage, a necessary and integral portion of the HOK-designed, 1M square-foot Broadcom campus, was transformed into a visually-appealing, open structure with CENTRIA EcoScreen® Cascade perforated metal panels in Champagne Pearl and Clay. CENTRIA, a leading building envelope science company, provided 20,050 square feet of product for the four-level, 812-space garage, located in San Jose, CA.
Formawall® panels create design to communicate Hawaiian symbolism
Monday, December 03, 2018
Moon Township, PA…CENTRIA’s Formawall® insulated metal panels grace the façade of the Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children in Honolulu, HI. The 260,000 square-foot Medical Center was designed to reflect symbolic elements of Hawaiian culture, and Formawall panels – in a range of colors – proved to be the ideal design solution.
Formawall® panels aesthetically unify County Jail façade
Monday, November 05, 2018
Moon Township, PA…Marking its first construction project since 1980, the Dekalb County Jail serving Dekalb County, IL, was modernized and aesthetically enhanced with CENTRIA Formawall® insulated metal panels. CENTRIA’s products were also successful in meeting specific design criteria outlined by Dewberry, the firm responsible for the building design.
Visit the leading building envelope science company at Booth #1651
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Moon Township, PA… CENTRIA will showcase its innovative range of insulated metal panel products, with a strong focus on its flagship product — Formawall® with Halogen-Free Insulating Foam Core — at Greenbuild 2018, November 14-16 in Chicago, IL.
The CENTRIA team will be at Booth #1651 to discuss and demonstrate their dynamic range of insulated metal panels and other top-performing metal building envelope products.
Concept Series panels selected for their durability and performance capabilities
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Moon Township, PA…CENTRIA metal panels helped provide a design solution for the new home of NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences Division, a facility responsible for enhancing and studying astronaut and human health. Approximately 20,600 square feet of Concept Series single-skin rainscreen panels clad a portion of the building’s exterior.
The Richland County Decker Center façade features Formawall® and Versawall®
Tuesday, October 09, 2018
Moon Township, PA…CENTRIA products were integral to the Richland County Decker Center’s transformation from a big box mall to central courts facility and sheriff’s headquarters. Formawall® and Versawall® insulated metal panels were selected to overcome the unique architectural challenges associated with this kind of a façade and structure, located in South Carolina, which was originally comprised of many small stores and a Kroger® supermarket.
Growing business modernizes latest outlet with Concept Series featuring MicroSeam® Corners and MicroLine™ Extrusions
Friday, September 21, 2018
Moon Township, PA… CENTRIA’s Concept Series rainscreen panels featuring MicroSeam® Corners and MicroLine™ Extrusions were specified to modernize the newest Golden State Lumber outlet in Concord, Calif. The first building of its kind, the 75,454 square-foot facility includes 7,000 square feet of retail space and a 44,400 square-foot indoor, drive-through lumberyard.
Formawall® and EcoScreen® transform the building’s aesthetic and performance
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Moon Township, PA…The 65,000-square-foot Mission College Student Engagement Center, phase two of the Main Building replacement project, serves as the institution’s new front door. CENTRIA’s Formawall® and EcoScreen® transform the building into an energy-efficient gateway to the college itself.
Formawall® Dimension Series® and IW Series selected for university sports facility
Monday, August 13, 2018
Moon Township, PA… Renovations and an addition to the Clemson Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University utilized the uniquely multi-purpose capabilities of CENTRIA’s Formawall® Dimension Series® insulated metal panels. Addressing both aesthetic and technical challenges, these metal panels in Arctic Ice and Slate Grey, in addition to IW Series rainscreen panels in Midnight Bronze, improved the building’s overall appearance and the fan experience at the arena.
Versawall® insulated metal panels, EcoScreen® and Formavue® windows enhance residence hall and gathering space facade
Monday, July 16, 2018
Moon Township, PA… CENTRIA, a leading building envelope science company, contributed its innovative metal panel and window products to satisfy the design and performance requirements of the New England Conservatory Student and Life Performance Center (SLPC.) The 135,000 square-foot building facade features Versawall® insulated metal panels in Pewter, EcoScreen® Cascade perforated screenwall, and Formavue® windows, which nodded to the institution’s rich history, and aided in the presentation of an innovative, one-of-a-kind aesthetic.
Formawall® Dimension Series® GraphixTM panels in specialty finishes clad modern station
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Moon Township, PA… CENTRIA, a leading building envelope science company, provided 6,570 total square feet of metal panels from its Formawall Dimension Series, Graphix and Ecoscreen® perforated screenwall lines for the new Kent Police Station in Kent, Ohio.
Designed to represent the neighborly relationship between police and the local community, the structure provides an aesthetic transition between the modern Kent State College Architecture and Design Building and the more classic structures on campus and in the area.