Friday Feature - July 12th Edition

Friday Feature - July 12th Edition

In this edition we're showcasing 3D models from CertainTeed, Most Dependable Fountains Inc, SimTek Fence, and AGF Manufacturing. We've also gathered projects from FieldTurf Commercial, American Hydrotech, Inc., Flecks Systems and Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Inc .


3D Model Highlights

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View and download the 3D model here.

CertainTeed Fence, Rail and Deck Systems - Kingston Vinyl Railings

Kingston offers premium features you’d expect to find on higher-end systems, including high-quality aluminum rail mount brackets for superior safety and security. Secured by provided stainless steel fasteners, the aluminum brackets are completely concealed by molded vinyl covers, so you never have to worry about rust or corrosion.


Most Dependable Fountains Inc. - 500 Series Shower

One piece welded construction with standard 3/16" wall. Foot tower-one head only. Push Button operated. Solid engineering and intuitive design. Maintenance friendly and built "tank tough".

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.

SimTek Fence - Fence Panel

SimTek Fence has reinvented fence manufacturing with its patented design of rotationally-molded fencing allowing realistic stone appearance and superior performance.


AGF Manufacturing - TESTanDRAIN Model 1000

The lightweight and compact Model 1000 is a 300 PSI rated single-handle ball valve designed to provide both the test and express drain functions required for a wet fire sprinkler system. The Model 1000 inspector's test and drain valve eliminates the multiple connections required by the traditional assembly loop saving time, space, and money.

View and Download the 3D Model  here .

View and Download the 3D Model here.


Project Highlights

 

FieldTurf Commercial - Gillette Stadium

image © FieldTurf Commercial

image © FieldTurf Commercial

FieldTurf was initially installed at Gillette Stadium in November of 2006, which marked the first in-season grass-to-turf conversion in National Football League history. Since then, Gillette Stadium has utilized FieldTurf products exclusively and the Patriots have enjoyed unprecedented success at home with a league-leading .870 winning percentage (60-9). The FieldTurf surfaces have also served as the home field for the New England Revolution and UMass Minutemen football while also allowing the flexibility to host numerous international soccer matches, full-stadium concerts, MIAA high school championship games and dozens of other stadium events and activities on the playing surface. 

View the full project here.


American Hydrotech, Inc. - 601 Congress

image © American Hydrotech, Inc.

image © American Hydrotech, Inc.

SOM specified Hydrotech's Garden Roof® Assembly, consisting of MM6125®-EV fabric-reinforced, hot fluid applied, rubberized asphalt waterproof membrane integrated with LiteTop®engineered soil and precast concrete pavers. Hydrotech's unique ability to provide a waterproofing and hardscape/softscape solution, all with a single source warranty, allowed project designers to successfully transform the Manulife Building roof into a self-sustaining landscaped ecosystem that requires minimal maintenance.

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Flecks Systems - Splash Pad

Image © Flecks Systems

Image © Flecks Systems

The only True Granulated Thermoplastic rubber surfacing system available for use in playground safety surfacing, aquatic surfacing and concrete/pool deck resurfacing. Our state of the art light stable TPR (Thermoplastic Rubber), combined with our chlorine resistant Flecks® two-part aliphatic urethane binder offers our customers with the most durable, long lasting poured in place rubber surfacing on the market. Using only the finest ingredients, our Flecks® Systems provide a seamless, light stable, chlorine resistant, anti-microbial surface that is safe for both children and the environment. 

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Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Inc. - Gadsdenboro Park

image © Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Inc.

image © Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, Inc.

Planning, designing, developing and constructing the entire park project required approximately 16 months. Construction began in January of 2014 and the Grand Opening was celebrated on May 16, 2015. Every detail was carefully planned and considered, from the special surfacing with a below-surface drainage system on the athletic fields to promote quick drying after heavy rains, to the more than 100 trees planted around the park. A commissioned art sculpture featuring oversized stainless steel birds above the water of a large water fountain is just one example of the many beautifully crafted elements that make this park special. That’s because, according to Charleston Mayor Joe Riley, “One of the most important things that a city does, and can do, is build a park, because parks are forever. Parks are for the citizens,” Riley said. “A building, maybe at some point in time, will be redeveloped or it might be changed. But if you build a park, it’s a public space forever.”

View the full project here.


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