PPG Assists Architects In Revamping Iconic Building With Custom Coatings Technology

Bulletin Building, Schuylkill Yards, George Howe, KieranTimberlake, PPG, Coraflon, Photography, Matt Krissel
The Bulletin Building in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia was initially built in 1954 by legendary American architect George Howe. The former headquarters of the Evening Bulletin newspaper, the building became iconic, undergoing a series of renovations since the newspaper collapse in 1982. The most recent renovation was completed by KieranTimberlake and the Practice for Architecture and Urbanism.

Ear of Corn Water Tower Undergoes Renovation To Remain Historical Landmark

Ear of Corn, Water Tower, Rochester, Minnesota, Olmsted County, Tnemec Company, Hydroflon
The Ear of Corn Water Tower in Rochester, MN, dates back to the early 1930s when the Reid, Murdoch, and Co. canning company was built. The tower has since become a local attraction, showing southern Minnesota's agricultural history. The tower was commissioned in 2018 to be added as a landmark by the city's historic preservation ordinance, protecting the tower from future demolition.

Vibrant Minnesota Water Tower Wins Number One Spot In Tank Of The Year Competition

City of Moorhead, MN, Tnemec Company, Apex Engineering Group, Phoenix Fabricators Erectors, Series 700 Hydroflon
The City of Moorhead in Minnesota is no novice when it comes to creating stunning water tank designs. The newest water tower is the city’s fourth and the most recent winner of the coveted Tank of the Year competition by coatings manufacturer Tnemec Company. The contest accepts water tower applications from around the country and chooses the top 12 designs, with Moorhead claiming the 2021 top spot.

Team Completes Colorful Refurbishment For Iconic Wheel of Light Memorial In Glasshoughton

Glasshoughton Wheel of Light, West Yorkshire, Colliergy and Coke Works, Memorial
The Glasshoughton Wheel of Light in West Yorkshire, England, is iconic to the local community as it stands as a memorial to the Glasshoughton Colliery and Coke Works. From which the community was founded, the Glasshoughton Colliery and Coke Works has a long-standing history in the mining industry, with the wheel commemorating the thousands of workers, many of whom lost their lives from accidents and illness.