Cambridge Architectural to Present at Façade Seminar in NYC
Cambridge Architectural is excited to participate in the Metals in Construction 2012 Façade Seminar being held in New York City at the McGraw-Hill Auditorium on February 16th.
The seminar will focus on the aesthetics and functions of building facades through roundtable discussions and case studies of recent work. With over 60 years of experience cladding buildings with innovative metal mesh designs, Cambridge is the leading and most experienced metal mesh facade provider worldwide.
Cambridge Architectural facades are featured on many of the most prominent projects of the 21st Century including the World Trade Center Memorial Pavilion, the ARIA Resort and Casino, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Metal mesh facades can be used in any application, from parking garages to hotels, to multi-use office buildings. They offer a diversity of functions incomparable to other materials including shading, daylighting, ventilation, and even safety and security such as fall protection and privacy screens.
Manufactured in the U.S., Cambridge is the only full-service provider of architectural mesh systems able to work with the project team from initial design to final installation. We engineer and create self-tensioning systems that minimize structural requirements, making the design the focus of the building.
Using hand-woven stainless steel, architectural mesh is 100% recyclable and provides virtually maintenance-free longevity. These systems can also contribute LEED points to a building through solar heat gain reduction, shading, and daylighting and views credits.
For more information on the façade seminar, go to http://archpaper.com/conferences/facade/. To learn more about Cambridge Architectural facades, go to http://cambridgearchitectural.com/explore/applications/facades or contact us today at 866-806-2385 or firstname.lastname@example.org.