A leaky roof that led to water and mold damage at Foster City Elementary School, a 26-year-old-facility, was replaced during an extensive 63,200-squarefoot renovation that included a new building envelope, new gymnasium and expansion of the administration area and library.
WLC Architects Inc. designed the project and the new buildings created a courtyard space, surrounded by fresh facilities and blended with existing buildings.
CENTRIA supplied 8,683 square feet of 22/26-gauge Formawall Dimension Series 3-inch horizontal insulated metal panels (IMP) in Light Seawolf with a smooth Duraguard Plus finish; 5,677 square feet of 22-gauge Formawall Dimension Series 2-inch horizontal IMPs in Light Seawolf with a smooth Duraguard Plus finish; 3,495 square feet of 20-gauge Concept Series CS-660 concealed fastener panels in Pebble with a smooth Duraguard Plus finish; and 4,020 square feet of MetalWrap Series panels.
The aesthetic properties of Formawall used to renovate existing structures complemented the new buildings on the small campus. The wall appears continuous without any breaks due to trimless panel ends and visible fasteners. CENTRIA’s MetalWrap Series insulated composite backup panels were specified to address the moisture issue and reduce installation time.
General contractor: Roebbelen Contracting Inc., El Dorado Hills, Calif. Architect: WLC Architects Inc., Berkeley, Calif. Dealer/installer: BT Mancini Co., Milpitas, Calif. Metal wall panels: CENTRIA, Moon Township, Pa., www.centriaperformance.com