1 World Trade Center
New York, NY United States | 2011
All the steel used on the entire project was 100% hot-dip galvanized. The interior of the building used a duplex system for aesthetic purposes. Located in a semi-tropical climate, the owner and fabricator agreed the initial cost of hot-dip galvanizing was very competitive when compared to a primer, but with a much longer life. Turn-around time was critical because site availability was limited due to seasonal rains. The quality of the coating itself is outstanding. Celebrating 100 years of Harley Davidson, what a more fitting tribute than to build a dealership offering the ultimate Harley Davidson experience than in a building engineered using 100% hot-dip galvanized steel.
Building & Architecture
Beaumont, TX United States
Structural steel, trusses, lintels, and columns.
Design Works Studios
Fittz and Shipman
AZZ Metal Coatings
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