Stop Six – Ames, IA 106 Miles = 2 gallons of gas The next stop on the road trip shows the versatility of Terra5 and Cladding Corp’s System5. We’ve followed Dave, Allison and Max from hotels to an urban high-rise to a public transportation building. One more fan of sustainable style: the Iowa State University Veterinary Medical Center.Invision Architectecture designed this building with attractive... Read More
Stop Five – Cedar Rapids, IA 226 Miles = 4.6 gallons of gas Leaving Chicago, the map and a hankering for sustainability led our road-trippers to Iowa, a land flowing with wind, bountiful farmland, honest people and great architecture. The one piece of architecture they were after: The Hotel at Kirkwood Center in Cedar Rapids. This establishment stands out as an educational center for the students... Read More
Stop Four – Chicago, IL 96 Miles = 2 gallons of gas Continuing westward to the windy city, Dave made his way to the Fairbanks Towers at 280 East Illinois.  The tower itself, designed by DeStefano & Partners, was a long-anticipated addition to the area–providing needed residential space, a grocery store and coffee shop.  The podium, accounting for the first five floors, was built first and the... Read More
Stop Three – South Bend, IN 141 miles = 3 gallons of gas Dave whispered over to South Bend in the PRIUS to see the Transpo building, one of the most prominent examples of ceramic rainscreen cladding in the USA today.  Designed as a transportation facility that is multifunctional and sustainable, the Transpo Building is currently the country’s firstLEED® Platinum transit operations and maintenance... Read More
Stop Two – Holland, MI 301 Miles = 6 gallons of gas Dave stopped off in Holland, MI to check up on the City Flats Hotel, the first LEED Gold certified hotel in the Midwest. When designing the GREEN hotel, GMB Architects selected Cladding Corp’s Terra5 panels in order to hit their mark in style. Here’s to sustainability and happiness in one of the happiest cities in America.  
Summer Road Trip 2012 started in West Virginia as Cladding Corp‘s Dave Stutts set out in his Toyota Prius to capture some new photos of various projects in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and Colorado.  Joining him on the trip is his wife, Alison and their dog Max.  Averaging 48.3 miles per gallon – the trip kicked off in true sustainable style.  Cladding Corp is  the 1st Name in Rainscreen... Read More
Cladding Corp is a proud supporter of AIA and is pleased to be exhibiting at the 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition – Booth # 862. This year’s convention and expo will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. on May 17-19th. Join us there! Cladding Corp – a long-standing AIA supporter and AIA/CES Provider in the category of rainscreen wall solutions –... Read More
A $12 million, state-of-the-art Educare School is getting ready to open in Washington, DC.  The school features a state-of-the-art HPL rainscreen facade installed using Cladding Corp’s F1.10 System and will provide early childhood education aimed at closing the achievement gap of children in poverty.  The Omaha, NE based firm RDG Planning and Design is the architect of record, boasting a wide... Read More