NK Architects worked with Cladding Corp for the exterior facade of this large, student-focused communal space on Kean University's campus.
Fiber Cement Projects : Education
Hudson Valley Community College’s Gene F.
SLAM Collaborative has designed another eye-catching rainscreen design with the new James L. McGuire Elementary School.
Designed by Payette, the Northeastern University Pedestrian Bridge is planned to connect the main campus
FXFOWLE Architects designed SUNY Purchase's new 75,000 SF Center for Integrated Technology & L
Drummey Rosane Anderson (DRA) designed the new Staff Sergeant James Hill Elementary School with transparency and materiality to connect it with its surroundings and establish a benchmark for down
Cox Graae Spack Architects and DC District Schools selected Swisspearl's fiber cement panels for the restoration of Houston Elementary School.
The newly-renovated Maury Elementary School is open.
Sandy Springs Friends School hired Stantec - Arlington to design their new upper school.
Reader & Swartz designed the new Loudoun School for Advanced Studies, an independent school set to advance the future of education by creating adaptable spaces for various group sizes.
Children’s Aid College Prep Charter School (CACPCS) provides students with a rigorous core instructional programs that are supported by expanded learning opportunities and a comprehensive set of student support services. It also boasts an energy-efficient rainscreen facade thanks to the work of FXFowle.
Eastern Flordia State College (EFSC) has added a fifth building to their campus that features Swisspearl® fiber cement rainscreen. The new EFSC Student Union Building is the hub of this expanding campus and was designed by BRPH Architects-Engineers.
The design team at Baltimore-based Ayers Saint Gross has designed the new Admission and Student Financial Services (ASFS) building for Grinnell University, complete with an energy efficient Swisspearl® fiber cement rainscreen facade.
Rhode Island College Craig-Lee Hall addition was designed by LLB Architects. Swisspearl® fiber cement rainscreen panels were selected as a design feature for the entrance and also along the rooftop, where slat fiber cement panels were used to cover HVAC systems.