College Planning & Management

MAY 2013

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Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA Architect: Richard Wittschiebe Hand Architects Material: PAC Precision Series HWP16 finished in PAC-CLAD® Kynar 500® Sandstone Siding Contractor: Bristol Engineered Metals Edgy exterior Bold shadow lines and color options deliver a dramatic exterior with edge. The new PAC Precision Wall Panel Series is a cost-effective solution for achieving an utterly unique look. When construction of a 325-seat dining hall addition began at Georgia State University, cost-efficiency was top of mind, but not at the cost of style. The new PAC Precision Wall Panel Series (HWP) offered modern design options at an affordable price point. Installed horizontally or vertically, the panels create bold shadow lines for a dramatic exterior. A concealed fastener and interlocking design provides a continuous integrated appearance. With a 7/8" depth, the panels are available in 12" and 16" widths and feature a corrugated 4" profile. The PAC Precision Wall Panel offers unmatched flexibility, available in 24 ga. galvanized WWW.PAC-CLAD.COM I IL: 1 800 PAC CLAD MD: 1 800 344 1400 I TX: 1 800 441 8661 GA: 1 800 272 4482 I MN:1 877 571 2025 and 22 ga. galvalume steel, as well as .032 and .040 aluminum. With over 38 striking colors available, the design possibilities are remarkable. YOUR GREEN METAL RESOURCE

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