Projects in the News- Cummins

  • By nat rosasco
  • 16 Mar, 2017

Clover Architectural Products was pleased to be a part of the new Cummins building in Indianapolis.Recently this stunning job was featured in the pages of the Indianapolis Business Journal.Clover supplied 9,000 sq ft of horizontal sunshades and an additional 5,000 feet of vertical fins.

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Name: Cummins Engines
Customer: Blakley’s
Architect: Deborah Berke/Ratio Partners
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Blakley’s came to Clover with a fast paced project for the new Cummins office in downtown Indianapolis. There were many challenges to the project as the initial supplier of the sunshades and vertical fins was shutting down its specialty metals division. Clover worked closely with Jeff Blakley and then Chris Kersey as the project progressed. The vertical fins varied in both height and depth from the building and consisted of (2) 1/8” plates that sandwiched a 1” U channel that was slightly recessed back. Some of these were 15’ tall. The sunshades consisted of aluminum airfoil blades and many of the shades had custom cuts to fit the contour of the building. Erie Architectural was the unitizer for Blakely’s and together as a team did a great job


By nat rosasco 16 Mar, 2017

PROJECT DETAILS

Project Name: Cummins Engines
Customer: Blakley’s
Architect: Deborah Berke/Ratio Partners
Location: Indianapolis, IN

Blakley’s came to Clover with a fast paced project for the new Cummins office in downtown Indianapolis. There were many challenges to the project as the initial supplier of the sunshades and vertical fins was shutting down its specialty metals division. Clover worked closely with Jeff Blakley and then Chris Kersey as the project progressed. The vertical fins varied in both height and depth from the building and consisted of (2) 1/8” plates that sandwiched a 1” U channel that was slightly recessed back. Some of these were 15’ tall. The sunshades consisted of aluminum airfoil blades and many of the shades had custom cuts to fit the contour of the building. Erie Architectural was the unitizer for Blakely’s and together as a team did a great job


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