Commercial Foam Core

  •  Foamed-In-Place
  •  Thermally Broken

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Affiliated Engineers Inc. - Madison, WI

The AEI office building was designed with a 1-1/8" thick foam core laminated between 2 metal skins. The core provided insulation and a rigid surface where the metal skins were laminated. A concealed gasket was used at the horizontal side joint and an exposed gasket was used at the vertical joints.


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Concourse BMW Dealership - Glendale, WI

Over 14,000 square feet of 2" thick, insulated Architectural Panels, make this dealership one of the most recognizable in the Milwaukee Area. The panels are custom painted and were installed utilizing a custom colored neoprene gasket system at all vertical joints.


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Kimberly Clark Diaper Facility - Neenah, WI

Kimberly Clark was renovating an existing plant for their new diaper facility. This project was completed in 2 phases with 2 different General Contractors. APW used Alumashield's panel on previous KC projects and was selected for this one based on panel size, speed of installation, superior side joint and insulating capabilities and finished skins on both the interior and exterior surfaces.


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Philips Plastics - Philips, WI

The highly custom nature of these wall panels is clearly visible. The panels have 2 horizontal reveal strips that protrude outward from the face. The reveals were attached with concealed fasteners prior to the front skin being laminated to the foam core. The vertical joint width alternates from 3/8" to 3/4". Panel skins were provided by Benchmark. The reveal strips and assembly of the panels were done by All Fab manufacturing.


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Ullsvik Hall - U.W. Platteville - Platteville, WI

Ullsvik Hall at U.W. Platteville utilized large areas of foam core panels with smooth flat finish along with profile siding in matching colors.


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Waukesha Electric - Waukesha, WI

The Waukesha Electric expansion was designed to match the field assembled metal panels on the existing building. APW submitted value engineering along with a proposal which allowed for the field assembled metal panels to be altered to foam core metal panels. APW installed a ribbed panel over the foam core panel at the point where the new and existing panels intersected. The remaining construction included a foam core panel that had a series of minor ribs in the exterior profile. The value engineering APW offered not only saved the owner money, but provided a superior product to the field assembled system.


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Weyerhaeuser K-5 - Rothschild, WI

An insulated asbestos containing panel was used on this building. The high temperature, humidity and gases had deteriorated the vapor barrier and the panel surface to the degree that some of the structural steel needed to be replaced. APW provided a 3" thick foam core panel with a stainless steel interior surface and a galvalume/painted exterior surface. This product was selected for its corrosion resistant surface, super side joint design, insulating value and ease of installation.


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Yamazen, Inc. - Milwaukee, WI

Alply's panel was selected for its flatness, insulating value and dry joint. The side joint has a wet seal concealed from view. It utilized a cured silicone gasket on the exterior as a weather seal. The space between the wet and dry seal acted as a gutter to remove any condensation from the panel joinery. The wall panels on the curved wall are segmented with panel attachments occurring within the vertical joint only.