Chase Office Building Sign
Wilmington, DE United States | 2006
The architectural group on this project has had a history of hot-dip galvanizing exposed structural steel; however, none of their projects has been more visible than 1600 Broadway. Located in Times Square, the structure is highly visible. While visual appeal was important, the ease of specifying was one of the most appreciated features of the galvanizing process. With so many pieces in the 95-ton structure, checking the mil thicknesses of a painted structure would have been nearly impossible. The group will likely galvanize in future billboard and signage structure projects as a result of the durability and ease of the process.
Building & Architecture
New York, NY United States
Quality of HDG
All miscellaneous structural steel, frames, and beams.
Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering
R. Scott Lewis
V&S Amboy Galvanizing
V&S Lebanon Galvanizing
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