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.
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The Pixel Building in Melbourne, Australia is said to be “the office of the future.” Becoming a commercial prototype for future construction, Pixel is one of the greenest buildings, in any sector, in the world. This self-sufficient building was awarded the highest environmental ratings on two continents, surpassing all sustainable construction internationally. Receiving the highest Green Star rating ever awarded by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), Pixel is the first carbon neutral office building in Australia.
Originally deemed little more than an open field used by local artists and merchants, the venue has since undergone extensive structural and aesthetic renovations. Revered as the spirit behind the arts district of Dallas, Annette Strauss served as Mayor from 1987 until 1991. As a means to pay homage to her influence, designers at Good Fulton & Farrell called upon the use of ALPOLIC panels to ensure visual appeal and longevity for the pavilion.
Here at ALPOLIC, we’re constantly amazed at the ever-expanding uses of our products. No longer solely considered an architectural cladding material, ALPOLIC composite panels have been featured on everything from displays and signage, to art installations and even furniture. Now, we’re proud to say that we can add yet another application to our repertoire – popcorn wagons.
ALPOLIC aluminum composite panels are a commonly used material on educational facilities. Due to its quality and durability, ALPOLIC is able to withstand the heavy everyday use by an abundance of students, faculty, and staff throughout the school year. In 2010, Archbishop MacDonald High School underwent extensive renovation of the facility’s 40-year-old exterior wall system. The school, which opened in 1967, is Edmonton’s top academic Catholic high school. In 2005, an evaluation of the building discovered both functional and cosmetic problems throughout the school.