is a way of designing buildings with prefabricated wall panels to
provide unique exterior finishes that are visually appealing and durable.
are the finish options?
are two ways to manipulate the thin set method: structural silicone
and conventional latex mortars. The best approach will be chosen to
accommodate you and your structure. There are many finishes available
by using the thin set method: ceramic tiles, thin stone, brick, and
a wide range of manmade veneers.
Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC)
combined with structural steel stud framing has demonstrated to be
one of the most flexible exterior wall systems. A large variety of
finishes and shapes are available using this method. Colors, textures,
aggregates and other materials can all be utilized to transform your
structure into one that best incorporates your ideas and vision. GFRG
can be manufactured into specific shapes, finishes, and sizes. Most
commonly used for column covers and corner molding.
are the benefits of panelization?
applied interior finish
variety of exterior expression
control during prefabrication
source responsibility for entire building skin
close-in allows interior finish to proceed quickly
for low, mid or high rise construction
in seismic zones
test data available
or on-site fabrication available
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