Curved Polycarbonate Canopy System

Case Study: True Sky Credit Union Canopies – Oklahoma City

True Sky Credit Union Canopies | Oklahoma City Owner: True Sky Credit Union Architect: Beck Design General Contractor: Graham General  Contractor Canopy System Manufacturer: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc. Photography: Kenneth Wheeler Photography True Sky Credit Union Canopies True Sky Credit Union recently added 4 new locations to conveniently serve their customers, largely made up of FAA members...Continue reading

LAX Translucent Parking Canopies

Case Study: LAX Parking Escalator Canopies

LAWA ITF West Expansion - Economy Parking Garage; 6100 W 94th St, Los Angeles, CA, 90045 Owner: LAX; Los Angeles World Airports Architect: Gensler & Watry Design Inc. Contractor: Swinerton Builders Installer: Sherrin Glass & Metal Canopy System Manufacturer: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc. Photography: Pablo Mason Los Angeles Airport embarked upon a large expansion to efficiently move...Continue reading

Standalone Transit Canopy System - LIGHTWALL 8000

Case Study: A Transit Turn-key Translucent Canopy

Hospital Transit Canopy; Pittsburgh, PA Architect: IKM Architecture; PittsburghCanopy System Engineer/Manufacturer/Installer: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc.; PittsburghPhotography:  Dave Bryce Photography To keep transit riders more comfortable while waiting in the rain, snow, and wind, Forbes Hospital of Pittsburgh chose to construct a canopy at the bus stop. EXTECH was selected as the manufacturer to provide this ground-up structure. Prior...Continue reading

Franklin County Administrative Building

Case Study: Franklin County, PA Completes Major Courts Renovation Project, Featuring EXTECH’s LIGHTWALL and SKYSHADE Systems

Franklin County Courts Facility Improvement; 272 N 2nd St. Chambersburg, PA 17201 Owner: County of Franklin, PA Architect: Noelker & Hull Architects; Chambersburg, PA Archives Building Contractor: JC Orr & Sons Inc.; Altoona, PA Administrative Building Contractor: LOBAR Inc.; Dillsburg, PA Archives Building Installer: Harrisburg Glass; Harrisburg, PA Administrative Building Installer: Summit Architectural Metals; Hagerstown,...

Case Study: Lynbrook Station Long Island Railroad

Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), Lynbrook Station, Lynbrook, New York 11563 Owner: Metropolitan Transportation Authority; New York General & Installing Contractor: Zion Contracting; New York Skylight and Canopy Manufacturer: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc. Before and during photos: Courtesy of Zion Contracting After photos: Courtesy of Metropolitan  Transportation Authority, New York LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD UPDATES LYNBROOK...Continue reading

Modern Glass Transit Canopy System - Transit Shelters

Case Study: 5th & Atwood Street Station

Owner: Port Authority of Allegheny County; Pittsburgh, PA Architect: Greg Maynes, Moshier Studio; Pittsburgh Photographer: Dave Bryce Photography Glass Fabricator: Viracon; Owatonna, Minnesota Engineer, Fabricator, Installer: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc.; Pittsburgh System: SKYSHADE 2500® Pittsburgh’s new transit station, located at 5th Avenue and Atwood Street, features a glass canopy and custom aluminum framing system engineered, fabricated,...Continue reading

Case Study: Hospital Glass Canopy System

Architect: IKM Incorporated; Pittsburgh General Contractor: MBM Contracting; Pittsburgh Installing Contractor & Manufacturer- glass canopy: EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc. Architectural Glass Supplier: Trulite Glass & Aluminum Solutions, LLC System: SKYSHADE 2500 A Pittsburgh hospital recently opened its new courtyard entrance featuring a glass canopy system. The canopy was engineered, manufactured and installed by EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc....Continue reading

Industrial canopies - EXTECH's SKYSHADE 3300 at Delaware Technical Community College

Case Study: DTCC Courtyard Canopy

 The Delaware Technical Community College canopy project presented more challenges than one would think. Tevebaugh Associates, the project architect, wanted a sleek, free-standing marquise-shaped canopy with integrated up-lighting. Because of its size (80 feet long, 32 feet wide), a free-standing canopy with a consistent look would be difficult to achieve. This difficulty became apparent when...

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