Location: Detroit, Michigan
Architectural/Eng: Stuckey Vitale Architects - Royal Oak, MI
Customer: American Glass & Metals, Inc. - Plymouth, MI
Application: Aluminum Architectural Grille
Material: 64-ADT-12 Opening sizes: 4" x 12" Bars size; 1/8" x 2" Approx. (340) pressure locked egg crate design grating panels were framed by 2" x 2" square aluminum tubing. The finish was clear anodized.
The 1001 Woodward Avenue project included renovation of an unoccupied downtown Detroit office building into residential lofts. The project also included construction of a new ten story precast concrete parking structure next to the existing building for residential parking.
The architectural drawings specified a wire mesh infill for the area between parking levels with an option for an aluminum architectural grill with an anodized finish. The owner chose the more expensive aluminum architectural grill option to achieve an overall better appearance for the parking structure.
The entire 1001 Woodward Avenue parking structure project was completed in December 2005. The parking structure was in the center of Super Bowl XL activities in Downtown Detroit.
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