Explore our case studies and winner projects to learn more about the unlimited possibilities of white cement and its applications.
The Reach, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, expansion project, designed by Steven Holl Architects adds 72,000 sq. ft (6,700 Sq. meters) of awar-winning interior space dedicated to the performing arts.
This upscale condominium in the heart of Manhattan is the tallest residential concrete building in the western hemisphere @ 1,400’ high. Exterior faces consist of white concrete columns and horizontal spandrel beams.
The 27,500 square foot Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame building is located in Natchitoches, Louisiana, the oldest settlement of the original Louisiana Purchase. The museum houses memorabilia contributed by the diverse cultures that shaped the state of Louisiana and the Gulf South.
At the Tampa Museum of Art, all eyes are on the compelling painting, photographs, sculptures and Greek and Roman antiquities.
What do northern California grapes and shotcrete have in common? Fine wine of course! Think of the California wine country with its pristine hillsides carpeted with vineyards and picturesque wineries.
The accident was massive and consuming. On Saturday, Oct. 13, a pileup in a southbound truck bypass tunnel at the intersection of I-5 (Golden State Freeway) and California 14 (Antelope Valley Freeway) in Santa Clarita, about 20 miles north of Los Angeles, caused a chain reaction.
Improved visibility, reduced lighting requirements, high durability, and low maintenance-light reflective floors are well suited to large buildings, providing benefits to owners and occupants alike.
Two expressways with a total price tag of $3 billion and a construction schedule that could span 15 years have been referred to as “highways of hope” for the region around Pittsburg in western Pennsylvania.
2021 PCI Design Awards Winner