Friday Feature - December 7th Edition

Friday Feature - December 7th Edition

In this edition we're showcasing 3D models by Aquatic, American Postal Manufacturing Co, American Wick Drain Corporation, & Balco. We've also gathered projects from Canterbury Designs, Acme Brick Co., Playworld Systems, Inc., & Keystone Ridge Designs.


3D Model Highlights

 View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.

Aquatic - Soaker Bathtub

The possibilities for your project are wide open. Aquatic accessible bath products break barriers—not only in terms of how they can be used, but also in how they look and how they can be customized to fit specific applications. Our selection includes ADA- and ANSI-compliant showers and tub-showers, along with a variety of universal design products.


American Postal Manufacturing Co. - Cluster Box Unit

High-security Sandstone Cluster Box Units offer the most extensive design available that guarantees ease of use as well as protection against vandalism. These USPS approved F-Spec CBUs are secure in all weather conditions, ensuring that postal customers receive the industry's safest mailboxes. Front-loading commercial CBUs will provide safe personal mail delivery for many years to come. Secure cluster mailboxes also include an optional pedestal.

 View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.


 View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.

American Wick Drain Corporation - Cut-Off Drains

SITEDRAIN sheet, strip and combination drains provide landscape professionals with the tools needed to collect and re-direct water. AWD products offer high performance, sustainable alternatives to pipe and stone systems.


Balco - All-Aluminum Construction Roll-Up Mat

All-Aluminum Construction Roll-Up Mat – Standard Mill Finish Aluminum; 
Clear Anodized, and Medium Bronze Anodized Finishes Available.

 View and download the 3D Model  here.

View and download the 3D Model here.


Project Highlights

 

Canterbury Designs - Angeles National Forest

 image © Canterbury Designs

image © Canterbury Designs

Canterbury crafted custom tables, chairs, and benches for the new visitor center at the Angeles National Forest in Arcadia, California. The tables and chairs were made from durable wrought steel with Jatoba hardwood tops and seating that accentuate the rustic architecture of the visitor center. The Catalina bench has cast iron legs and arms with a black powder coat finish and Jatoba hardwood seating to match the chairs. 

View the full project here.

 

Acme Brick Co. - Texas A&M San Antonio

 image © Acme Brick Co.

image © Acme Brick Co.

“We designed Texas A&M San Antonio to reflect historic traditions and sources of architecture in South Texas, drawing on the examples of Mission San Jose, Spanish colonial buildings, and even Granada. With brick specifically, we looked at how many variations, patterns, and shadow effects we could achieve with a single modular brick. Acme was willing to reconsider the manufacturing process to create just the right consistent look across the growing campus with a lesstextured blade cut brick, and then help us shave costs by creating a thin brick for monumental archways. Acme’s local sourcing was important in ongoing efforts to build responsibly now, and over the full development of the 694 acre site.” 
— Geoff Edwards, AIA, Principal, Muñoz & Company 

View the project here.

Playworld Systems, Inc. - Beverly Beach Community Association Park

 Image © Playworld Systems, Inc.

Image © Playworld Systems, Inc.

The resulting playground includes nods to the classics, like swings—every bit as simple and fun as the original, but safe, up-to-code and built to endure. Slides are here, too, but with exciting innovations that capture attention and lots of repeat customers. Two 360° Slither Slides swoop down from towering 9' lookout decks. The slide offerings continue with the irresistible Trippple Racer Slide™—fun for one, two or three friends plunging to the finish line. Other play features include “the funnel”—a tapered tunnel that requires walking and crawling to navigate—and the dynamic Adventure Bridge, which offers exciting (and safe) balance challenge, responding to movement as kids make the crossing. 

View the project here.

Keystone Ridge Designs - McCandless Crossing

 image © Keystone Ridge Designs

image © Keystone Ridge Designs

Now, McCandless Crossing is a vibrant 1,200,000 +/- sf mixed use development consisting of a Town Center component and a master planned area including retail, office, hotels, entertainment and residential. Construction of the Town Center concluded in 2015 with plans for new business openings and further construction throughout 2016. 

View the full project here.


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