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Public service buildings (PSB) have the ability to reflect the community in which they reside. In this case, having a LEED Platinum, net zero PSB, allowed Salt Lake City to showcase their movement towards innovative and sustainable development. Interestingly, this building is the nation’s very first net zero public safety building, meaning the structure produces as much energy as it consumes. Continue reading Read More
Serving as Canada’s first LEED Platinum certified office tower, Manitoba Hydro’s headquarters stands beautifully in the Winnipeg, Manitoba skyline. The building features aluminum composite panels that change in color from gray to a myriad of blues. The custom Alucobond bronze colored panels feature a Lumiflon FEVE fluoropolymer resin topcoat, further complimenting the building’s sustainability factor due to the durability and weatherability characteristics of the resin that prolong the lifespan of the substrate and eliminate the need to recoat Continue reading Read More
To refresh the image of Canada’s largest marine science institution, Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership (MCMP) architects designed the Vancouver Aquarium that alludes to the flowing motion of water. Further complimenting the dynamic shape of the structure, the Alucobond Spectra façade panels shift colors when viewed from different angles. These façade panels feature a Lumiflon FEVE resin based topcoat, which met the requirements necessary from the project’s architect.
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