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Panel Projects

PANEL PROJECTS THAT BILL AND TONY HAVE BEEN INVOLVED WITH IN THE PAST....
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The Regional Building Chesapeake, Va.


This project was done with the Petrarch Panel System and was hand drawn for a local panel supplier, Joe Floyd. The project consisted of Petrarch panels back fastened at the fascia and soffit areas as well as the entry tower which extends over the roof.

Amoco Oil Company Yorktown, Va.


Another project drawn for Joe Floyd. I cannot recall the exact panel system. Either Glasweld or Petrarch.

St. Gregory the Great Church Virginia Beach, Va.


Another project drawn for Joe Floyd. The panels were Glasweld. The job consisted of the cupola area as well as the eave and fascia at the roof perimeter (all showing as white).

There are several other Hampton Roads area projects that were done for Joe Floyd. These included.....

Lipton Tea, Suffolk, Va.

WHRO Public TV, Norfolk, Va.

Princess Anne Hotel, Virginia Beach (I believe this building has since been torn down)

Bank of Tidewater, Hilltop, Virginia Beach, Va.

Miners and Merchants Bank, Richmond, Va.

I hope to have pictures of these projects and their brief histories in the future. Thanks to Joe Floyd for all his support and business over the years.

 

American GFM Chesapeake, Va.


This project was done while Bill and I worked for a local glass subcontractor. We drew the project and provided the installation. Joe Floyd was the panel supplier. The project consisted of Petrarch panels installed with backing plates and silicone (4 sided application).

Virginia Beach Social Services Building Virginia Beach, Va.

This project was drawn for Joe Floyd and Diamond Glazing did the installation. The project consisted of Petrarch panels installed with backing plates and silicone (4-sided application). Although you cannot see it in this picture, the panels continue over the roof line and totally clad the mechanical penthouse beyond.

 

 

   
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