Roofs

Curveline can curve a wide range of exposed fastener and concealed fastener roof panels, including 3” standing seam profiles. Benefits include outstanding aesthetics, attractive shadow lines and leak-proof performance. Curveline’s proprietary crimp-curving process also enhances the strength and rigidity of panels, increasing their spanning capabilities and minimizing structural support requirements.
 

7/22/2016

The Baileyana winery is situated on a knoll overlooking the Edna Valley of San Luis Obispo. The original building was constructed in 2000. After a few years, the company had outgrown the original space and called on the building team to create a matching expansion...


7/22/2016

Flexibility was a priority in the design and construction of Carter High School. One of the buildings in California’s Rialto Unified School District, the school was planned with evolving needs in mind...


7/25/2016

Office bungalows with curved design elements help this facility stand out from standard plain-box hangars. When the building team set out to plan the 47,000 sq ft Chino Airport Hangar Facility (Chino, Calif.), the developer wanted something more aesthetic than a standard plain-box hangar...


7/25/2016

The 18,000 sq. ft. Jesse Owens Pool facility received an Achievement Award in fall 2007 from the Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District.  This award program recognizes and celebrates exceptional projects in the district...


7/22/2016

Developed by Illuminated Designs, Inc. this project is an example of the Metrocurve model of the MODERNWASH car wash. It was created to be an innovative, complementary system of structures that are extremely adaptable and flexible in order to meet the specific needs of the modern carwash industry...


7/22/2016

According to project architect Dennis Mortensen, senior architect at Tetra Tech/KCM, “The project is a pumping station located within a park area, with a public walkway around it. Because of the setting, it was important to design a building that would be more soothing than standard infrastructure architecture..."


7/25/2016

According to John Adams of JAG Architecture (La Mesa, Calif.), “The basic design premise was to capture the flavor of the golden age of aviation from the 1930s..."