The new Appalachian shape mirrors the peaks, valleys, and plateaus that define this powerful and expansive mountain range.
A brief history of the back-ventilated rainscreen principle from Norway to now, presented by actor Michael-John Wolfe.
The Associated General Contractors of Colorado presented a 2014 ACE Silver Award to the Douglass Colony Group for its work on the Colorado National Guard Center. Avenere Cladding congratulates Douglass Colony on the superb installation of the NeaCera® Terra-cotta Panels!
Thanks to our updated Typical Details for corners, NeaCera® Panels are easier than ever to design. Check out Details TB3-13A and TB3-13B. Click to learn more.
Swirnow Building Systems affiliate Avenere Cladding LLC — the Baltimore-based national distributor of NeaCera® Terra-cotta Rainscreen Solutions — is pleased to announce that NeaCera® Panels have been installed on the new Silver Spring Library.
We subjected three NeaCera® Terra-cotta Rainscreen wall assemblies to the rigors of the Mega-Rack 500 Seismic Test.
Winner of the 2014 Building Congress & Exchange Community Service Award!
Read about NeaCera®, Pillar Construction and Fauquier High School in the Winter 2014 issue of US Builders Review.
This project is a multi-phase redevelopment planned to create an urban campus that includes NeaCera® Terra-cotta Panels.
Check out NeaCera® Random Ridge Terra-cotta Panels in the May/June 2015 Issue of Chicago Architect!
See us in the Summer 2015 issue of the AIA Utah Newsletter!
NeaCera® Panels are now appearing at this newly-designed community center!
AIA Baltimore gives you the inside scoop on NeaCera® and the recladding of Harborview Senior Apartments in Jersey City, New Jersey!
Avenere Cladding now working on project at 270 3rd Street, Cambridge using NeaCera® Rainscreen Solutions!
The video THEY didn’t want you to see is now causing a sensation in the world of terracotta rainscreens! Watch it for yourself!
We are frequently asked why our NeaCera® Terra-cotta Rainscreen Solutions require NO CLIPS OR GASKETS. The real question should be, “Why use a system that requires any CLIPS or GASKETS?”