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Library roof, walls clad with metal panels

The Greenwood Public Library, Greenwood, Del., project utilized 10,500 square feet of Caryville, Tenn.-based A&S Building Systems' trapezoidalrib, standing seam metal roof panels with built-in stainless steel gutter.

The Greenwood Public Library, Greenwood, Del., project utilized 10,500 square feet of Caryville, Tenn.-based A&S Building Systems' trapezoidalrib, standing seam metal roof panels with built-in stainless steel gutter. The library was constructed with a metal building structure from A&S Building Systems.

The project, completed in May 2014, used 778 square feet Lancaster, Pa.-based Fabral Inc.'s Silhouette HCF Series Model 16-2 metal wall panels and 2,025 square feet of Allentown, Pa.-based ATAS International Inc.'s MFR 160 metal wall panels. Newark, Del.-based Eastern Metals Inc. was the metal wall panel supplier. Additionally, 320 square feet of ATAS International's Model MFP 120 Metafor Panels were installed on the fascia and 934 square feet of DWF 120 were used for the soffit. Toledo, Ohio-based Owens Corning Corp.'s Optiliner roof insulation was also installed.

Salisbury, Md.-based Davis Bowen & Friedel Inc. was the architecture firm for the project and provided civil and structural engineering services. Lincoln, Del.-based Richard Y. Johnson and Son Inc. was the general contractor, and Newark, Del.-based Building Concepts of America Inc. was the metal building erector.

A&S Building Systems, www.a-s.com

ATAS International Inc., www.atas.com

Fabral Inc., www.fabral.com

Owens Corning Corp., www.owenscorning.com