Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Westwood, CA United States | 2008
The architect chose to use a duplex system as he was trying to make the crown/canopy visually appealing while improving the durability since it will be subject to the elements throughout the year in a highly visible location.
The most challenging aspect of this project was due to the size of the structure. The galvanizer had to perform a progressive hot-dip, which added some additional challenges for the painter. This is a highly visible structure, as it is located off a busy road with numerous stores located in the same area.
Building & Architecture
Lake Zurich, IL United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance
The entire crown/canopy, with the exception of the aluminum perforated panels.
Studio 222 Architects
C.E. Gleeson Contractors
Valmont Coatings - Empire Galvanizing
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