Union on Knox - ECO Cladding cladding systems for fiber cement rainscreen cladding panels

We are grateful to unveil Union on Knox, an exciting new development situated at the southeast corner of the esteemed University of Maryland (UMD). Serving as a striking pedestrian gateway to the university, this project promises to redefine the campus experience and create an inviting environment for students and visitors alike.

ECO Cladding SHSMO Center for Missouri Studies Vci.41 subframing system

The State Historical Society of Missouri (SHSMO) has now settled into its LEED Gold headquarters, the Center for Missouri Studies, continuing to benefit from its high-performance exterior limestone rainscreen system.

ECO Cladding Vci.11 Subframing Kinsale Insurance Building

A well-designed workspace feels inviting and energizing - and promotes productivity! The new Kinsale Insurance Headquarters designed by Baskervill's Architecture and Design teams presents an attractive and practical building with every square foot designed with the people who work from within in mind. Frames of alternating brick and ACM metal paneling define the ground-up, five-story building—and the enlarged glass acts as a transparent connective tissue throughout the design. 

ECO Cladding Gansevoort Peninsula Park Pavilion Vci.10 System

ECO Cladding is proud to be the subframing provider for the unique backlit perforated panel facade on the upcoming Gansevoort Peninsula Park Pavilion development in New York.

ECO Cladding Under Construction Cabarrus County Courthouse - Concord, North Carolina

ECO Cladding is proud to be a part of the 250,000-square-foot expansion of an iconic cultural asset to its residents, the Cabarrus County Courthouse in Concord, North Carolina.

Currently, under construction, the project involves updating an aging 45-year-old building which will help with an ongoing increase in local court use and serve a dynamically growing community.

ECO Cladding Under Construction 230 Classon Ave, Brooklyn

ECO Cladding is excited to be involved in Brooklyn's forthcoming 230 Classon Avenue project which will feature 138 mixed-income residential units clad in corrugated metal panel rainscreen panels. Designed by DXA Studio, this 17-story development under construction in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn will be situated on a parcel of land controlled by St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, rising above and bordering the historic mid-19th century church structure. The existing three-story rectory has been demolished. 

ECO Cladding New Port Angeles Field Arts & Events Hall

Coming 2023! The Field Arts & Events Hall, the first of three buildings dedicated to the arts, culture, and science planned for the Port Angeles Waterfront Center, will provide a new performing arts space and community gathering place on the city's waterfront. This performing arts Center is in a remote location along Washington's coast on the Olympic Peninsula. The Center will be a 500-seat multi-purpose auditorium and 300-seat state-of-the-art conference facility.

UHPC Facade for Lehman College Nursing Education, Research, and Practice Center

Designed by Urbahn Architects, installation on the state-of-the-art CUNY Lehman College Nursing Education, Research & Practice Center (NERPC) in the Bronx is now underway with a fiber concrete rainscreen facade and a variation of our concealed Alpha Vci.40 subframing assembly.

ECO Cladding Alpha ECI slab-to-slab C.I System Vectra Bank Corporate Center Denver, Colorado

Installation for the new Vectra Bank Corporate Center development in Denver, Colorado is underway and we are pleased that our ECI slab-to-slab subframing solution has been selected to support the exterior ACM facade on this project. This three-year, multi-million-dollar project represents a significant real estate investment in South Denver during an uncertain and challenging time globally.

Alpha Wall Brackets for Geometric Complex Installation at the Behavioral Science Center UT Houston

We're pleased to announce the completion of the exterior facade of the University of Texas Houston's new Behavioral Sciences Center, complete with a complex, angular fiber cement feature detail. Using ECO Cladding's Alpha Wall Brackets, the uniquely inset and fabricated fiber cement feature was installed at angles that could only be accomplished using a variable-depth bracket assembly.