There are lots of things in that Americans have in common. One of those is the fact that at one time or another, our cars have been dirty. I am going to guess that if you own a car, then you have in fact used a car wash to have that car washed and dried. WHITEWATER EXPRESS Car Washes has decided that a simple drive thru was is no longer enough. They used rolled wide flange beam that was galvanized and then bolted together to create a unique design above their most recently constructed car wash in Fort Worth, Texas. After the frame was completed, it was wrapped in see through mesh that reflects the variety of lights from the ground once the sun goes down. This car wash is like any other you have seen when it comes to providing a nice clean car to drive around in but the additional touch with over the top entry makes this a one of a kind car wash experience.
WHITEWATER EXPRESS Car Washes has decided that a simple drive thru was is no longer enough
Hot dip galvanizing was used on this project for it's corrosion protection qualities. Most interiors of car washes use hot dip galvanizing with some aluminum do to the large volumes of water that is used while washing cars. In this case, the featured structure is outside of the washing tunnel but exposed to Mother Nature. Corrosion protection is vital to the longevity of the steel and the low cost maintenance that hot dip galvanizing provides.
Building & Architecture
Fort Worth, TX United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Life-Cycle Cost, Prior HDG Experience
AZZ Galvanizing - Hurst
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