Friday Feature - August 31st Edition
In this edition we're showcasing 3D models by First Team Sports, Huntco Site Furnishings, ID Sculpture, & Infinity Canopy. We've also gathered projects from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Inc., Hufcor, Inc., Couturier Iron Craft, Inc., & Eldorado Outdoor.
3D Model Highlights
First Team Sports Inc. - Football Goal Posts: All Pro
The ALL PRO line of football goalposts are First Team's biggest and best! The All Pro series boasts a massive 6 5/8" diameter steel post for maximum structural stability. For rust free performance the goalpost has a galvanized undercoating while the 6 5/8" diameter crossbar and 4" diameter uprights are made from rust free aluminum.
Huntco Site Furnishings - Picnic Table: Applegate
This aesthetically pleasing, durable picnic table accommodates up to four matching benches and is an outstanding site amenity.
ID Sculpture - Hoodoo Arch
Nobody builds boulders and kids’ climbing features like ID Sculpture. Our kids’ climbers are nature-inspired, offering multiple routes for every ability, from a child learning to scramble to a budding young adventurer.
Infinity Canopy - Two Sections Close in the Middle
Infinity Canopy is the first and only slide on wire canopy system that is ready to install out of the box and because of its unique modular design can fit any space and be modified infinitely to meet your design and shade needs.
Couturier Iron Craft - Kalamazo Airport
View the full project here.
Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Inc. - Gadsdenboro Park
When the idea for the two playgrounds at Gadsdenboro Park began, the landscape architects for the project, the team at ColeJenest & Stone, sought to tie in the proximity of the water and the surrounding site through nautical themed playgrounds. The plan included a playground designed for ages 2-5, and a separate playground designed for ages 5-12.
View more project details here.
Hufcor, Inc. - Music City Center
The number of operable partitions used in the Nashville case study is impressive. More than one mile of operable partitions was installed, along with 1.25 miles of track. Sound absorption and other acoustical considerations were a critical aspect of the operable partitions, particularly in a music capital like Nashville. Every panel was tested in Hufcor’s company-owned acoustical laboratory that meets the stringent accreditation standards of the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP).
View the project here.
Eldorado Outdoor - The Hideaway
“Our clients want the very best, but if we can duplicate something and save money, what client would say no? That’s why we use Eldorado Stone whenever we can. It gives us the opportunity to save money and gives clients exactly the look they desire so we can use more of their budget in other areas.”
Stolz explained that Eldorado Stone was also brought into the interior to continue that feel of authenticity and historical accuracy. Stone is used floor to ceiling in the kitchen for a pizza oven, as well as on the fireplace in the Great Room and on an entire wall in the master bedroom. “Using a material like Eldorado Stone allows for the seamless continuation of space, which works very well for us as we design,” says Stolz.
View the full project here.