Driving over the Ben Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia, you can’t help but be impressed with the new One Water Street Tower. The design team collaborated with the panel fabricator & installer to help maximize the efficiency of the finished panel sizes and accelerate the construction schedule.
Today’s Metal Composite Material (MCM) retains its luster for decades, ensuring that the building maintains its aesthetic appeal and property value for the long term. Facilities clad with high-tech MCM systems retain their curb appeal and never look dated.
Photos courtesy of MCA Member 3A Composites USA
One of the great aesthetic advantages of Metal Composite Material (MCM) is its flexibility and ability to bend and curve into various architectural shapes. Check out our gallery and get inspired for your next project https://www.metalconstruction.org/gallery?product=metal-composite-material
Photos Courtesy of MCA Members: 3A Composites USA, Alcotex Inc., East Coast Metal Systems, MillerClapperton
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Thanks to Metal Composite Material (MCM), this modern Chicago office building reflects its riverfront location with a signature design that emulates water flow with undulating fins.
Metal Composite Material (MCM) panels were selected to shift colors in symmetry with the glass, resulting in an eye-catching spectrum of beauty and sheen. See more > https://www.metalconstruction.org/index.php/case-studies/exo-apartments
Case Study courtesy of MCA Member: 3A Composites
Looking for ways to add continuous insulation on the exterior side of the wall assembly to meet code requirements?
Read the White Paper: “Use of MCM Wall Cladding with Foam Plastic Insulation in Combustible Wall Assemblies” > http://ow.ly/8vSn50OpHqu
Photo courtesy of MCA Member, 3A Composites.
With the updated test protocol for fire propagation and Metal Composite Material (MCM), this course is a must.
Photos Courtesy of MCA and MCM Alliance Member: MillerClapperton
MCA is proud to add Ais Architectural Image Systems to its certified Metal Composite Material (MCM) Fabricators roster! The Certification Program assures specifiers that they are working with a qualified MCM fabricator with the experience, quality, services, and financial stability to support large and significant projects.
NASA Langley’s Measurement Systems Laboratory is a world-class facility for research and development. The nearly 96-million-dollar project is part of a revitalization plan that replaces and repurposes the site’s facilities. Metal Composite Material (MCM) was specified for this laboratory for its rigidity, lightweight, and flat appearance. The touch of modernity and sleek good looks are the perfect compliment!