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Citadel MCM meets durability, style requirements of non-profit facility
Indianapolis, October 26, 2017 –During the design phase of the new Westminster Neighborhood Services facility, one of the main goals was to construct a building that would hold up over time and serve the community far into the future. Envelope 2000® metal composite material (MCM) from Citadel Architectural Products offered the style, color and durability the board was looking for.  View Complete Article


Citadel’s Envelope 2000® highlights a unique fire station facade
Indianapolis, September 28, 2017 – The new Wayne Township Fire Station #82 in Indianapolis was built on the site of the original and smaller station, so space limitations were a major consideration during the designing of the facility. Metal composite material (MCM) from Citadel Architectural Products helped provide the desired aesthetic of the unique facility highlighted by its façade. The old station, which began its life as a neighborhood grocery store, was torn down so the new station could be built on the same site. View Complete Article


Construction company selects Citadel for its new headquarters
Envelope 2000 metal composite panel provides aesthetics, durability
Indianapolis, August 3, 2017 – Wanting to make a statement with its new headquarters, award-winning construction firm Meyer Najem selected metal composite material from Citadel Architectural Products to be a significant part of the structure.  View Complete Article


Citadel’s Envelope 2000 helps update medical facility
Indianapolis, May 22, 2017 – The Carmel Medical Pavilion is located in a very visible location in Carmel, Ind. While completing an extensive interior remodel, the decision was made to update the exterior appearance, with the help of metal composite material from Citadel Architectural Products.  View Complete Article


Citadel provides unique durable design for Tempe apartments
Indianapolis, November 14, 2016 – The unique architectural design of the Argo at Tempe Town apartment complex included 90-foot “sails” as part of the structure. The Rain Screen attachment system with the Envelope 2000® panels from Citadel Architectural Products ensured a durable, watertight and attractive detail, welcoming residents and visitors.  View Complete Article


Envelope 2000 from Citadel Architectural Products meets aesthetic, durability demands for fire station
Indianapolis, September 15, 2016 – Set in an industrial section of town, the design team working on the new Hendersonville Fire Station #2 in Hendersonville, N.C., was seeking a strong and modern look. Accent panels from Citadel Architectural Products provided the durability and aesthetics they were looking for.  View Complete Article


Envelope 2000 from Citadel Architectural Products welcomes airport visitors
Indianapolis, July 19, 2016 – The Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport parking structure and rental car facility welcomes visitors from far and wide and Citadel Architectural Products provided the metal composite material that greets them.  View Complete Article


Consistency leads to specification of Envelope 2000 by Citadel Architectural Products
Indianapolis, June 30, 2016 – Consistency along with a high-end, appealing look were factors in the choice of metal composite material from Citadel Architectural Products for the face of the Orange Park (Fla.) Subaru showroom and dealership.  View Complete Article


Citadel’s Envelope 2000® helps hotel achieve LEED certification
Three colors installed at varying depths give building a unique aesthetic
Indianapolis, March 29, 2016 – Design flexibility and an attractive aesthetic led to the choice of metal composite material (MCM) from Citadel Architectural Products for a highly visible hotel project at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.  View Complete Article


Citadel Architectural Products provides attractive colors for multi-family residential project near Washington, D.C.
Indianapolis, February 25, 2016 – Armed with an expansive color palette at a competitive price point, Citadel Architectural Products was selected to supply the wall panels for a high-end apartment complex outside our nation’s capital.   View Complete Article


Citadel Architectural Products supplies facelift for Virginia mall
Indianapolis, December 4, 2015 – The Springfield Town Center in Springfield, Va., has welcomed its share of shoppers since opening in the early 1970s and was overdue for a renovation. Architects specified Envelope 2000 Metal Composite Material from Citadel Architectural Products for the project because of its durability as well as its appearance.   View Complete Article


Citadel Architectural Products offers sophisticated aesthetics at competitive price for hotel project
Hotel stands out with the unique high-end look of ProCore panels
Indianapolis, October 30, 2015 – The owner of a new hotel wanted a unique structure, an inviting facility with a high-end look that stood out from the many other ordinary hotel chain buildings along the roadway. The ProCore panel from Citadel Architectural Products offered a clean contemporary look while assisting the owner with meeting his budget.  View Complete Article

Citadel provides cost-effective solution for Cincinnati office
Indianapolis, October 8, 2015 – The checklist for what makes a project successful will almost always include staying at or under budget. The new packaging facility and adjacent office project for Forest Pharmaceuticals in Cincinnati was able to stay on budget with some help from Citadel Architectural Products.  View Complete Article


Citadel panels provide accent for modern medical building
Architect cites availability and value in choosing the Panel 20 product
Indianapolis, August 13, 2015 – A state of the art medical facility required an appearance to match, blending bricks and glass, as well as composite panels from Citadel Architectural Products.   View Complete Article


Citadel metal composite material (MCM) featured on LEED Platinum project
Stack House Apartments wins multifamily project award from the Green Building Council
Indianapolis, June 23, 2015 – There are a variety of considerations for specifying architectural building products on any project, everything from aesthetics and structural integrity to cost and environmental friendliness. For the construction of the Stack House Apartments in Seattle, metal composite material (MCM) from Citadel Architectural Products Inc. helped meet these goals and was able to play a role in the project receiving LEED Platinum certification.
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