The Vancouver Clinic in Camas shows Resysta composite flexibility for colors, installation methods, and for creating curvilinear features.
The 456 ROCK mixed-use building in Portland, OR features Resysta rice hull composite cladding installed in a vertical orientation in color C24 Java.
The Vancouver Clinic uses Resysta 4 Channel Hollow Core Profile for Ceiling and Wall Cladding in the Patient Drop Off Area.
Not all materials weather the same. This siding and rooftop surround should have used Resysta composite like Panera Bread did. Experience Counts. Talk to HDG Building Materials.
The Riverview Project at Willamette View Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) uses Resysta Hollow Core Profiles in Construction of Vertical and Horizontal Applications for Privacy, Fencing, and Rain Screen.
HDG Building Materials provides materials to architects, owners, and specifiers interested in gaining points toward LEED project certification.
Healthy cities are green cities. Increasingly, that means green roofs. There is a movement underway where cities are incentivizing and even mandating that building owners and property developers devote a portion of the rooftop to green space. Are you ready?
Resysta siding for rainscreen applications provides architects, building owners, and eventual occupants with additional benefits over traditional products.
Resysta decking is used throughout the Train Station in Snoqualmie, WA. Its exceptional properties make it an attractive alternative to tropical hardwoods.
The Portland Community College in Oregon is designed using TruGrain made with Resysta 6″ siding profile. This vertical siding is stained in C15 Dark Siam. HDG Building Materials supplied the project materials.