Friday Feature - September 20th Edition

Friday Feature - September 20th Edition

In this edition we're showcasing 3D models from Tree Stake Solutions LLC, Public Space Products, Ultrasite, and Eco-Rain Tank Systems of America. We’ve also gathered projects featuring products by Eldorado Stone, Inpro, Inspire by Boral, and Kleer Lumber LLC.


3D Model Highlights

View and download the 3D model  here .

View and download the 3D model here.

Tree Stake Solutions LLC - Below Ground Safety Stake

The ROOT ANCHOR™ Underground Tree Staking System installs in seconds to create a professional sub-surface tree support secured deep into undisturbed soil. It’s patented design prevents tree trunk damage and reduces future maintenance costs and liability. Make your landscapes beautiful and safe on Day One! It can be quickly and easily installed by centering the ring over the surface of the root ball then driving the three stakes outside the root ball and into the undisturbed earth below the hole. The resulting underground cage will allow the young roots to develop in a stable environment while holding the transplanted tree upright during high winds.


Public Space Products - Classic Aluminum Dual Stream Waste Receptacle

Materials of Construction: Powder coated aluminum, recycled plastic lumber, and stainless-steel hardware.
Capacity: 64 Gallons (32 Gallon Trash) + (32 Gallon Recycle)
Application: Outdoor or Indoor
Liner: Rubbermaid Commercial Products BRUTE 32
Dimensions: L 56.27” X W 31.38” X H 44.84”
Opening Type: Drop-In Top
Empty Access: Side Entry
Lid Type: Rolled Cover

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.

Ultrasite - Augusta Bench

The Augusta Bench combines durability and design with its unique, sleek look. Available with or without back and arm rests.



Eco-Rain Tank Systems of America

Eco-Rain ET-1301 - 1” Drainage Cells are hard polypropylene drainage mats designed for use underground to provide a 1” void space to transport and hold water.

View and Download the 3D Model  here .

View and Download the 3D Model here.


Project Highlights

 

Eldorado Stone - Casa Bella

image © Eldorado Stone

image © Eldorado Stone

Foxwood Builders prides itself on creating beautiful, high performance homes. George and Elizabeth Ruzzier—the driving force behind Foxwood Builders—were ready to take their upcoming project to the next level. They wanted to incorporate stone into the design of the home, but felt limited by the shades of charcoal that colored natural stone from local quarries. As they explored their options, they came across Eldorado Stone. The diverse range of color hues in conjunction with the authenticity of each stone profile solidified their decision to utilize Eldorado’s stone in the design of their project. Applying Autumn Leaf Rough Cut on the exterior of the home and Sierra Mountain Ledge on the fireplace, the Ruzziers created a stunning residence that boasts visual interest with the implementation of texture, color, and natural elements, all of which is amplified by the use of stone.

View the full project here.


Inpro - Oregon Health & Science University

image © Inpro

image © Inpro

The $295 million, 500,000 sq. ft. Collaborative Life Sciences Building places portions of Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon State University and Portland State University under one roof. This project achieved LEED Platinum certification, and serves more than 1,600 students annually.

View the project here.


Inspire by Boral - Kirkwood United Methodist Church

Image © Inspire by Boral

Image © Inspire by Boral

Project designer Jim Diehl, Vice President of J & S Roofing Technologies, says the church’s eye-grabbing silhouette now has even further standout appeal, thanks to the added dimension and the vibrancy of the four InSpire colors selected by the client: Slate Grey, Charcoal Grey, Red Cedar and Forest Green. “The original roofing was very basic, and didn’t have any pattern to it, or multiple colors,” says Diehl. Now, you have the contrast, you have the texture, you have a roof system that just stands out among others. With multiple colors like these, the result is a beautiful building.” A 4’ x 8’ mock up with the various colors sealed the owner’s selection.

View the project here.


Kleer Lumber LLC - Intricate Exterior Home Trim Evokes History

image © Kleer Lumber LLC

image © Kleer Lumber LLC

Crafted from strong cellular PVC, Kleer Trimboard comes in a wide array of profiles, a benefit essential to making the Brookline Gambrel home exterior unique, elaborate, and evocative of another era. To re-create “Old World” European-style living in the heart of a modern New England suburb, Brian specified diverse trimboard products, including five distinctive styles of Kleer moulding– Crown, Cove/Scotia, Band, Bed, and Rake. Three Crown Moulding sizes were also needed to finish off the exterior, plus different sizes of Kleer Trimboards as well as Kleer Sheets and Adhesives.

View the full project here.


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