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Valspar’s Fluropon was the best product for this complicated job due to its durability and color retention, which will help showcase the vivid colors for many years.

Monument Showcases High Heritage

Built on the last available spot on the National Mall in Washington D.C., the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) included many partners that worked collaboratively during the design and construction phases. Three American architecture firms, The Freelon Group, architect of record and design team leader—and now part of global design firm Perkins+Will; Davis Brody Bond, with extensive experience in museum projects; and the local D.C.- based firm SmithGroup, joined forces. David Adjaye, lead designer of London-based Adjaye Assocs., was the last to join and brought an international design element to the project. Together, they formed a group named ”Freel

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Cheers! Vineyard Receives Modern Facelift

Tucked away in the Santa Rosa countryside, one can find the beautiful Bastoni Vineyards. Spanning 40-acres, the vineyard has been a staple in the Sonoma Valley for decades and it recently embarked on a mission to replace the 70-year-old wooden barn used for its grapevine storage. With a desire to maintain the look of an authentic barn, but the need to incorporate modern functionality, the owners of the vineyard decided to explore building with metal. The final result yielded a custom and functional barn from Star Building Systems, constructed by The Steel Building Guys of Santa Rosa, Calif. In addition to acting as the main grapevine storage barn, the new building provides space for Bastoni

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The roof of The Pavilion features the Ultra-Lok panel, which is mechanically seamed and will offer excellent weather resistance. Fluropon offers dirt- and stain-resistant properties and durability in all sorts of weather conditions.

Raise the Roof

The University of Mississippi, founded in 1848 and known for its athletic programs, recently commissioned a $96.5 million basketball arena—The Pavilion at Ole Miss. The multi-purpose facility is home to the men and women’s basketball program and also hosts graduation ceremonies, concerts and other university-wide events. The finishing touches included a roof clad in metal paneling and coated with a rich earth-tone hue. Also, a coating was needed for dirt and stain resistance, and durability in all weather conditions. At 225,000 sq.-ft., the state-of-the-art arena seats 9500 fans, the facility consists of a three-story structural steel frame supporting steel trusses. From the exterior, it wie

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