Friday Feature - May 10th Edition

Friday Feature - May 10th Edition

In this edition we're showcasing 3D models from MASA Architectural Canopies, PolyPavement, Mansfield Plumbing Products LLC, & Delgado Stone Distributors. We've also gathered projects from Screen Tight, Fortress Fence Products, Forms+Surfaces, & Innovative Concrete Development Corp.


3D Model Highlights

View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.

MASA Architectural Canopies - Extrudeck Canopies

Extrudeck’s bold lines and precise construction separate it from other canopy and awning products. Customizable profiles and decking designs allow Extrudeck to compliment your project’s aesthetic. All designs are engineered to meet the current IBC building codes as well as any local code requirements.



PolyPavement - Asphalt Alternative

PolyPavement is a liquid soil solidifier. The grounds-maintenance crew or a landscape contractor installs it. The existing natural soil or decorative soils such as decomposed granite or suitable fine particle sand may be used. PolyPavement does not change the color of the soil. Natural Soil Pavement is more than two times stronger than asphalt. It is not damaged by rain. It supports heavy vehicles. And it requires little or no maintenance. Foot-traffic areas, parking lots, service roads, etc. may be specified to meet any and all design requirements.

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.

Delgado Stone Distributors - American Mist Mosaic

The American Mist Collection, by Delgado Stone, continues to grow in popularity for those looking for a dark and modern look. This natural stone comes from a local New England quarry and is hand split with a light textured surface. American Mist colors include dark grey with occasional hues of light green with white striations. 


Mansfield Plumbing Products LLC - Huron Toilets

Mansfield has taken every detail into consideration with its range of commercial and residential toilet styles. Whether you're looking for one- or two-piece styles, comfortable elongated or space-saving round front design, in standard or ADA-compliant SmartHeight, Mansfield has the right model for the job.

View and Download the 3D Model  here .

View and Download the 3D Model here.


Project Highlights

 

Screen Tight - Coastal Living Idea House

image © Screen Tight

image © Screen Tight

The entire 2018 Coastal Living Idea house is exceptionally designed but it’s the home’s outdoor living spaces that make it truly special. The elevated screened-in porch features a unique integration of our MeshGuard and Mini Track screening systems. 

The architectural designer of the home, Eric Moser, definitely aligns philosophically with what we’re all about here at Screen Tight — the seamless integration of indoor and outdoor living. 

View the full project here.

 

Fortress Fence Products - Eastman Chemical Company

image © Fortress Fence Products

image © Fortress Fence Products

Eastman Kodak, now known as Eastman Chemical, is a global specialty chemical company focused on delivering innovative and technology-leading solutions with a commitment to safety and sustainability. They were moving corporate offices and seeking new solutions or their property fence installation. 

View the project here.

Forms+Surfaces - Avenue of the Arts Costa Mesa

Image © Forms+Surfaces

Image © Forms+Surfaces

Located in Orange County, California, Avenue of the Arts Costa Mesa features decorative elements inspired by the Art Nouveau movement. Custom Elevator Door Skins and transoms provided by F+S pair the rich look of Fused Bronze with a curved Eco-Etch pattern that lends a distinctive touch in keeping with the hotel’s design theme. 

View the project here.

Innovative Concrete Development Corp. - The Edgmont Country Fair

image © Innovative Concrete Development Corp.

image © Innovative Concrete Development Corp.

There's about 200 LF of roadway supported on both sides by a StoneWall SELECT (SWS) wall. The design was conducted using an 18-degree backslope, for the first 5 feet behind the wall, and a 250 PSF roadway surcharge 5 feet behind the wall. The wall was backfilled with on-site soil materials that were lab tested to confirm that they conformed with the 28-degree internal angle of friction and 120 PCF unit weight that were initially assumed within the design. Since the walls were built in a wetland, we also required a drainage board along the back of the reinforced zone that connected to finger drains running from back to front of the reinforced zone and connecting to the wall drains outletting through the front face of the wall system. The Mirafi geogrid reinforcement was extended under the proposed roadway. 

View the full project here.


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