Founded in the 1970s, the Virginia Eye Institute is one of Virginia’s most respected ophthalmology practices. With highly rated healthcare facilities across Virginia, patient comfort is their primary design objective. Completed in early 2012, the 16,000-square foot facility accommodates eye care patients and consumers with their comprehensive ophthalmology health center and full-service optical store.
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Chicago is home to the first modern skyscrapers dating back to the late 1800’s. New construction in Chicago competes with some of the most famous architectural landmarks in the United States. Without overpowering the designs of their architectural predecessors, the team responsible for the Trump International Hotel and Tower convey Chicago’s modern shift in design. Architectural powerhouse, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), is known for their high-rise, high profile designs internationally.
In 2010, Aloft celebrated the opening of several new hotels, including one in Chesapeake, Virginia. To ensure this property would live up to the reputation of the brand, Aloft Hotels decided upon the use of ALPOLIC ACM and MCM. For interior and exterior usage – including entryways, fascia, canopies, accents and walls – the fabricators at Roof Services Corporation successfully used ALPOLIC panels as a means to make Aloft’s appearance as modern as the service it provides.
Riverside Health System has been providing Virginia residents with exceptional health care since its first facility opened nearly a century ago. Today, the pioneering healthcare system serves communities in six cities along the Virginia Peninsula. Since 2004, Riverside has been recognized as having some of the most technologically advanced facilities in the country.
In 2011, Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital accommodated 12,000 more patients than the facility could handle. Expansion was vital as the new patients admitted into St. Mary’s Emergency Department became overwhelming. Its reconstruction was separated into two phases, the first of which consisted of the construction of a new front entrance featuring an extensive aluminum composite canopy.