Harley Davidson of the Woodlands
The Woodlands, TX United States | 2004
A top priority for the architect of Howell Gas Station was to provide clients with low-or no-maintenance structures, so it is no surprise that durable hot-dip galvanized steel was the corrosion protection plan of choice.
This particular project called for 30 tons of HDG steel, including components that would become beam canopies, angle lintels as well as roof HVAC frames. Along with providing maintenance-free structures, the architect was also deeply concerned with sustainable design. The maintenance-free nature of galvanized steel means no wasteful energy or harmful chemicals will be expended on continuous maintenance. The fact that HDG steel is 100% recyclable also fits perfectly with this sustainable design philosophy. Howell Gas Station is certain to hold up to the test of time with HDG on its side and will remain standing proud and eco-friendly for years to come.
Building & Architecture
Howell, MI United States
Beam canopies, angle lintels and roof HVAC frames.
V&S Detroit Galvanizing LLC
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