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Major Revitalization Project Results In Fabulous Residential Units Enhanced With Lumiflon

Harrison Commons Minno and Wasko ALPOLIC ACM Fairfield Metal Lumiflon FEVE Resin

In recent years, multi-family housing units have become more common. Making an appearance in both urban and suburban environments, the market’s architectural diversity requires the materials used to construct these multi-family units to offer variety and versatility. The units require the ability to prosper under a large variety of different conditions without having to worry about sacrificing functionality or visual appeal.

Harrison Commons Minno and Wasko ALPOLIC ACM Fairfield Metal Lumiflon FEVE Resin

In Harrison, New Jersey, a revitalization project sent architects out on a search to find a material that would perform well in addition to capturing architects Minno and Wasko’s vision of incorporating architectural elements reminiscent of Harrison’s industrial past. Harrison Commons, a residential development comprised of 275 units and 15,000 square-feet of retail space, was able to achieve these goals by utilizing approximately 30,000 square-feet of ALPOLIC aluminum composite material in Champagne Metallic, which was installed by Fairfield Metal.

Harrison Commons Minno and Wasko ALPOLIC ACM Fairfield Metal Lumiflon FEVE Resin

The stunning metallic panels are fortified with Lumiflon FEVE resin technology, with the ability to provide clean, crisp color over a wide gloss range, architectural surfaces that employ FEVE coatings enjoy the benefits of superior weatherability, durability and color and gloss retention. The exterior facade of Harrison Commons will remain intact for decades because of its advanced FEVE-based coating system.

Photos courtesy of Fairfield Metal

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