American Metalcraft Inc.
Engineered Metal Products
Southlake Mall Renovation
This mall renovation in suburban Atlanta required fabrication for both interior and exterior spaces. The exterior work included fabrication for lighted entrance pylons topped with stainlesssteel column capitals, painted aluminum spires, and spheres.
The interior fabrication continues the theme established by the exterior entrance. The interior light fixtures in the food court include custom perforated stainless steel with painted aluminum column capitals.
Town Center Mall
American Metalcraft designed and fabricated stair tower cladding. The perforated cladding
and its supporting structure are painted aluminum. The project also included a similar fabrication for a bridge element.
This FAA Tracon (Terminal Radar Approach Control) facility, replaced a smaller, existing facility in Jackson- Hartsfield International Airport's air traffic control tower. This facility houses state of the art terminal radar paired with the latest advances in air traffic control automation, communication, power and information display systems.
American Metalcraft Inc. fabricated the decorative metal elements (shown here photo on right) for this 78,000 sq ft single level facility. These sloped and tapered metal column cladding help create an aviation theme for this building that houses the controllers of airspace from Macon, Columbus and Atlanta, GA. AMI also fabricated the roof level metal panels for this project.
Georgia Building Authority
An existing parking garage in Atlanta was renovated
in anticipation of the Olymics. The main architectural feature of the project was am aluminum support structure with cladding panels and trellis. The trellis supports are 6" x 12" tubes attached to the existings structure. The trellis elements were shop assembled. All materials were finished with a Champagne Gold Duranar paint.
American Metalcraft, Inc. fabricated a series of stainless steel accents for the exterior of the building. Many of the accents occur at the ground level but the most prominent feature is the spire of the east end of the building. The spire was fabricated in pieces, taken to the building, and then assembled and then raised into place for the installation.
The project's architects called on American Metalcraft to design the framing and the skin of the spire. After AMI determined the best means of fabricating the spire for easy assembly and tranportation, AMI also developed design solutions to address the critical issues of thermal expansion and wind loading.
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