Harley Davidson of the Woodlands
The Woodlands, TX United States | 2004
The design of the Hummer dealership called for exposed steel on both the inside and outside of the building. The original specification was for painted steel; however, the architect felt galvanizing was a great fit for the application and changed the spec. In addition to having a few prior bad experiences, the architect thought galvanized steel more closely suited the military-style, industrial vehicle. Unsightly corrosion or constant maintenance would not suit the luxury dealership, and by specifying hot-dip galvanized steel the architect was able to ensure the project would look the same in 50 years as the day it opened.
Building & Architecture
Allentown, PA United States
Aesthetics, Prior HDG Experience, Turnaround Time
Frames, beams, angles, lentils, and miscellaneous steel.
Pany & Lentz
V&S Lebanon Galvanizing
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