Sustainable Project

Agricultural

Mahard Egg Farm

Project Type: Agricultural Mahard Egg Farm, Inc. - one of the largest egg producing companies in the United States - turned to Pro-Panel II® to provide roof and wall panels for its Chillocothe, TX, facility.

Agricultural

Williams Oil

Project Type: Agricultural, Storage Williams Oil & Propane, of Wycox, PA, used PBR-Panels on both the roof and walls of its new storage facility.

Agricultural

Marvine Ranch

Project Type: Agricultural This Meeker, CO, ranch features a Classic Rib roof in Forest Green.

Agricultural

Castle Hills Farm

Project Type: Agricultural This Canadian farm trusts Pro-Panel II® panels on both its roof and walls to withstand the harsh Northern winters and keep its facilities weathertight.

Agricultural

Noelken Building

Project Type: Agricultural The Acrylic Coated Galvalume finish on this Noelken, Illinois, farm building complements the stone-detailing on its siding as well as the colors of its doors.

Agricultural

Zehnder Show Horse Barn

Project Type: Agricultural The Zehnder show horses are protected by Classic Rib panels, in Goldenrod and Felt Green, on their barn’s roof and its walls.

Commercial

UC San Diego East Campus Office Building

Project Type: Education (College/University) This three-story campus medical office building in San Diego, CA, reached its goal of LEED Silver certification without sacrificing design, with a canopy of T10-A, T13-A and TDR-6 panels.

Commercial

Charlestown High School

Project Type: Education (K-12) The state-of-the-art Charlestown High School, in Charlestown IN, which opened to the public in 2010, relies on a Magna-Loc roof to protect its almost 700 students and faculty.

Residential

Van Buskirk Hangar/Home

Project Type: Aviation, Residential Cathleen Van Burskirk of Erie, CO, trusted Metal Sales panels, used on her private hangar, to protect both her land vehicles and her Cirrus SR-22-Turbo plane.

Commercial

Town and Country Foods

Project Type: Grocery T6-A wall panels in Antique Patina turned this Bozeman, MT, facility from an 8-flex movie theater into a modern shopping facility, within the parameters of community zoning laws.

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