American Metalcraft Inc.


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Metal Panel Projects

Washington, D.C

Washington D.C.


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This project is perhaps the most visual and comlicated of all AMI completed projects. The large rib panel between the glass at the main museum area represent superb accuracy in fabrication and color control in the metallic paint system. AMI panels also passed a rigorous full scale mock-up without design modifications. 

The NMMC opened to the public on November 13, 2006. Situated on a 135 acre site adjacent to the Marine Corps base, the building's design evokes the image of the flag raisers at Iwo Jima.
The museum encloses approximately 118,000 square feet, with an eventual expansion to 181,000 square feet. The Museum's signature 210 foot stainless steel spire soars over the tree line and is visible day or night from I-95 and the surrounding area. (stats and information provided from the NMMC website) 

National Museum of the Marine Corps
Quantico, Virginia

Defense Intelligence Agency Center
Bolling AFB
Washington D.C.

This project featured a unique panel line that satisfied the recessed shadow line accents, weather seal and blast load (734 psf) requirements. The system was successfully tested without design modifications.   
Here are just a few of our most recent projects. These three jobsrepresent some of our more unique work as well as some of our largest projects to date. Click here for more of our metal panel portfolio.

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AMI's largest project was recently completed utilizing approximatel 8,000 panels, painted in 6 different colors, on 80,000 sq ft of wall and soffit area. Newseum was recently featured in USA Today.

The Newseum is approximately 643,000 sq feet (including the attached office and apartment complex) with approximately 250,000 sq ft of exhibition space. There are seven levels, 14 galleries, 15 theaters, two television studios and a master control center to explore. Other features include Wolfgang Puck's 3 level restaurant, a two-level museum store, and a 24,000 sq ft conference center.(statistics from USA Today article from April 4, 2008)

14th Street Bridge
Atlanta, Georgia

Using a water-jet, AMI created a beautiful and intricate leaf pattern on metal panels - creating a "screen" effect on the 14th Street Bridge.