DOT Headquarters In Washington, DC Features Modern Façade With Metal Composite Materials
Department of Transportation (DOT) buildings fit the mold for government architecture, often featuring heavily bricked or concrete facades. However, for the new headquarters of the D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT), a more modern façade was designed by the architects at Hickok Cole.
High Rise Debuts in Downtown Maryland With Iconic Metal Façade
Rising thirty stories high in downtown Bethesda, Maryland is a new iconic structure called the Elm, a 1,000,000 square foot mixed-use property. “The Elm is the tallest building in Bethesda and an extremely complex project that has taken over five years to complete,” explains Steven Lee, Senior Façade Technical Designer at Shalom & Baranes Associates (SBA) in DC. The neutral tones of the residential high-rise are juxtaposed by the glass curtain wall of the office façade.
CEI Materials Announces The Launch Of A New Website
CEI Materials, LLC is pleased to announce the launch of our new website. Months in the making, the new website has a user-friendly integration with advancements that allow for maximum time on site. In addition, with unique callouts, the website provides space for visitors to request bids, browse services, find surfaces and systems, and find their closest CEI Materials representative.
The Next Key Step In The Modern Fabricator Process: Technological Innovation
Historically technology innovation in the construction market has trailed other industries due to financial commitment and equipment needs. There are many reasons why the use of technology has dramatically changed the way modern buildings are designed. Technology continues to develop at an amazing rate such that the various stakeholders must keep pace with this constantly evolving dynamic. Technology has created a new design process with metrics brought about by such innovations as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and more in-depth data collection.
Architects Design Texas Military Barracks Using Modular Panel System Technology
Historically military barracks are not often designed with modernity in mind. These buildings serve an essential function, to house our nation’s military personnel. Yet, the Army Barracks in Powderly, Texas goes a step further, showcasing the fusion of essential function and contemporary design. Designed by Base4 Architecture, the new Army Barracks building is entirely modular, clad in an interlocking panel system with the Army’s signature camouflage color palette.