Building with durable wall panels that can withstand high exposure to traffic and/or natural elements like hail and UV rays will make all the difference in your project investment.
In any given interior project, architects typically have a wide variety of interior wall paneling options from which to choose. For high-traffic spaces like schools, airports, and public restrooms, the option of a phenolic wall panel system (also...
Green building projects and sustainable construction trends are on the rise in North America -- and not just because of environmental regulations. Client demand is the number one factor in green and sustainable building activity in both the...
Choosing the right material for a project is essential, and in the case of high-traffic areas, the long-term value of the investment is generally the higher priority. But, it is also important to consider upfront install costs and the factors...
Material optimization plays a significant role in controlling the budget for any construction project. As the percentage of material waste goes up, so does the amount of wasted budget, not to mention the impact of construction waste on the...
One might assume that choosing bathroom partitions is a minor item to check off of the project list. But, knowing how to choose public bathroom partitions that are both design-friendly and a good investment takes a bit of insider knowledge.
Rainscreen façades have been around for decades, but advancements in sustainability, energy-efficiency, and design flexibility have propelled their popularity to new heights.
Laboratory design requirements have continued to evolve over the centuries. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are seeing an uptick in design changes.
Each exterior paneling application is unique. Still, the need for durability remains consistent.
A building’s exterior makes a lasting impression from the very first moment someone sees it.
An important factor many architects account for when designing a building is weather resistance.
Phenolic panels are among the most innovative new architectural products available today.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) “is the most widely used green building rating system in the world,” according to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED Certification on a project:
With such a wide variety of phenolic panels on the market, there is an architectural panel available for every project. Deciding on the right option requires a comprehensive evaluation of how the panels fit each unique project’s needs.