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"Going Digital for Better Projects" • by Ryan Rademacher • Walls & Ceilings Magazine • November 2016
One North, a commercial development in Portland, Ore., features the kind of design that makes digital documentation a must. What changed: advancements in technology. Computer-based design and digital fabrication have made more complex structures, with more complex framing, possible and affordable, within today’s demanding schedules.
"AGRICULTURAL INSPIRATION: Renovating the World’s Only Corn Palace" • by Sheri Carter • The Trowel, wallandceiling.ca • June/July 2016
"Build Your Contracting Team to Deliver Success" by Sheri L. Carter • Walls & Ceilings Magazine • April 2016
ENR.com • by Scott Judy • March 2016 – Anning Johnson, sub to Brasfield & Gorrie, used Radius Track Curved-Right® pre-curved framing to construct the double walled football shaped rotunda of the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-Fil-A Fan Experience. Read Full Article
Cinematic Overhaul: Diller Scofidio + Renfro revamps a former printing plant as the new Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive • Architectural Record • by Josephine Minutillo • March 2016 – Radius Track Corporation helped MG McGrath deliver the stunning exterior cladding by framing the sculptural façade with Curved-Right® pre-fabricated CFS framing.
"One North Pushes Forward Sustainable Development Construction" • by Tim Newcomb • ENRNorthwest • February 2016
"Linetec Finishes Firestone's UNA-CLAD panels with Valspar's New Kameleon Color Finish to Give Visitor's Center a Dynamic Appearance" • www.DesignandBuildwithMetal.com • Institutional Projects Edition • December 2015
Arch Daily • by Patrick Lynch • September 2015 – Radius Track Curved-Right® framing was used to enclose the 105-foot-long escalator that transports museum visitors from a space that Philip Kennicott of the Washington Post calls “voluptuously non-Euclidean.” Read Full Article
"Simplifying the curve" by Stephanie Basalyga • DJC Oregon - Focus on Construction Technology • March 26, 2015
Read the full article at DJCOregon.com
Image: One North, Portland, OR
"Cold-Formed Steel Framing Gets Complicated" by Chuck Mears, FAIA, Ryan Rademacher, AIA, Sheri Carter, AIA, and Michael Chusid, RA, FCSI, CCS • The Construction Specifier, February 2015
Complex designs are being translated into buildable structures by a new generation of master builders leveraging technology and CFS framing expertise.