A select portfolio of healthcare projects featuring Cambridge's metal mesh.


Facades | Solar Shading | Interior Curtains


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University Medical Center | Louisiana State & Tulane Universities, New Orleans

Stainless mesh is used extensively on three patient tower facades and the parking garage at the $1.1 billion medical center. OPened in August 2015 to replace hospitals damaged by Hurricane Katrina, the mesh also provides fall protection, solar shading and design aesthetics.

Mesh Patterns: Mid-Balance, Scale, Shade

Attachment Systems: Eclipse, Short Infill


Translational Research Institute for Metabolism & Diabetes | Florida Health & Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute, Orlando

Intricate weaves of open yet closed metal mesh, reduce glare and solar heat gain while providing natural daylighting for a more effective work environment. At night, yellow LEDs reveal an illuminated curtain wall and create a unique, crisscross pattern on the building's street facade.

Mesh Pattern: Cubist

Attachment System: Eclipse


Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, Orlando Health, Orlando

Metal mesh panels used for space sculpting provide a highly effective and engaging physical boundary between the hospital's lobby and connecting stairway. The fabric also reduces the glare of natural light shining in the southwest-facing glass wall.

Mesh Pattern: Shade

Attachment System: Custom Eyebolt System


Milken Institute School of Public Health | George Washington University, Washington D.C.

A custom-weaved curtain using three alternating mesh patterns rises six stories from teh atrium lobby. The fabric defines the interior space with a cutting-edge quality, while offering fall protection.

Mesh Patterns: Pellican, Mid-Shade, Scale

Attachment System: Eclipse Tension System

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