The building had an old polycarbonate skylight that had degraded over time due to UV sun rays. Since this was a corridor space, and not very high up, we had to decrease the light transmission significantly to make this a comfortable space for students to study and get from once classroom to the other.
Original skylights were outdated and discolored. The existing system had leakage issues which affected the day to day activity in the area underneath.
The stewardship congregation was looking for a permanent home to worship. Once the building was in design there was an epiphany to emphasize a cross in a different way.
MAN Energy Solutions is a premier manufacturer of energy equipment that provides engines powering more than half of the world’s shipping trade. KDW, Ltd. was hired to design and construct the new North America headquarters by combining two facilities in Houston and Deer Park into one.
New Process Steel is a carbon steel processing and manufacturing company. They transitioned their office to an existing metal warehouse that was on their current site location. NPS asked to bring in high quality, natural daylight to their renovated office.
Goree Architects began designing a project for Lincoln’s latest image program while utilizing Solatube as an effective solution to harvest free daylight. Griesenbeck was involved in the design process to specify a Solatube SkyVault configuration to prevent the hindrance of shadows cast onto the domes by rooftop mechanical equipment and screening.