The University of Iowa’s popular Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Complex was in need of a major expansion. In addition to a lack of space, wear was beginning to show throughout the complex.
Terra5 Projects : Education
Lafayette College’s Williams Arts Campus is comprised of the new theater building, Buck Hall, and the renovation of the adjacent Film and Media Studies Mohican Building.
Kirkwood Regional Centers are the result of an innovative partnership between Kirkwood Community College and area school districts.
New Kent Elementary (Quinton Elementary) School is officially under construction. This new school facility will open at the start of the 2022-2023 school year.
The elegant conversion of the original Campus Commons building creates a new home for Sonoma State University’s Wine Spectator Learning Center.
Terra5 Louver sunscreens were incorporated in the design by RMJM / Hillier for the National Labor College in Silver Spring, MD.
LIONAKIS incorporated Terra5 sunscreen baguette system on the the second phase of the existing main building replacement at the Mission College campus.
Located at the heart of 1960s medical school on Dartmouth’s north campus - The Dartmouth Anonymous Hall project was designed by Leers Weinzapfel Associates.
CSNA Architects selected Terra5's louver sunscreens on The Learning Commons at Saint John’s University.
For the new Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences building at the University of Iowa, BNIM Architects incorporated an engineered
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.
LLB Architects were tasked with adding function and design to Gaige Hall on the campus of
Mark Cavagnero Associates is a design team known for award-winning projects and the College of Marin Academic building is no exception.
JMZ Architects selected Terra5 terracotta and Swisspearl® fiber cement rainscreen panels for the Rome Campus Expansion.
The Academies of Loudoun, a design by Stantec, opened in August 2018 and sports a high-performance, low-maintenance Terra5 terracotta rainscreen facade.