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Jun 4, 2013
Port Canaveral Welcome Center unitized panels

Curved Unitized Panels Enclose Port Canaveral Welcome Center

Excitement builds as the new seven-story Welcome Center for Port Canaveral, the second-busiest cruise port in the USA, revs-up for its opening later this year.

May 22, 2013
Dome of St George Orthodox Church

St. George Orthodox Christian Church Raises Its Dome to Fanfare

“Domes are grand statements, and if you are going to do one, it should be astonishing,”says Engineer David Mouck, owner of the GillCompany. “Radius Track shipped 92 perfectly curved ribs attachable to a compressionring and all the precut plywood. All we had to do was tweak a few things and assemble it on the ground.”

May 1, 2013

"Curve-ology 101: New materials, techniques save time and money” by Chuck Mears, FAIA. Metal Construction News. May 2013. Print.

May 1, 2013
New World Center Theater

Curves for Acoustic Performance at New World Center

May 1, 2013
Cold-formed steel

"New Purposes for Cold-Formed Steel" by Chuck Mears, FAIA, The Construction Specifier, May 2013

Cold-formed steel is a lighter and more flexible replacement for structural steel, and a new way to frame apertures, create support for shaped façades, and achieve curved surfaces of any type.

Read the full article in The Construction Specifier's online edition

Apr 9, 2013

Port Canaveral Welcome Center Curves Skyward

Curves are found everywhere in Port Canaveral on Florida’s legendary Space Coast. “The geometry of the parabolic curve was extremely complex,” says Rick Kruger at Firestone MetalProducts/UNA-CLAD. “Radius Track did a marvelousjob in providing the exacting detail we needed to avoid clashes during construction." Firestone Metal Products/UNA-CLAD leveragedRadius Track’s 3D Modeling and Design Assistsolution to simplify a complex parabolic façadedesign, and resolve potential clashes prior toconstruction.

Apr 1, 2013
Edmonton International Airport

"Twist and Shout" by Chuck Mears, FAIA, Construction Canada Magazine, April 2013

Metal creates an iconic building at Edmonton International Airport; by Chuck Mears, FAIA, “Edmonton’s new international airport features a giant ribbon-like metal wrap twisting and turning around it. The story of how the metal was engineered is as compelling as the building itself.”

Read the full article in Construction Canada's online edition

Mar 26, 2013
Charleston ENT

SMHa Uses Curves to Add Magic at Charleston ENT

Tidewater Interiors, Inc. in Charleston, SouthCarolina, used Radius Track Corporation’s Curved-Right™ pre-curved track and box beam framing solutions to meet the architect’s design intent. We are pleased to have been selected by Tidewater Interiors, Inc. to help them deliver the spectacular results shown in the photos.

Mar 14, 2013

Spirits will Soar in Sunlit Domes

This spring, members of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will celebrate the opening of a glorious new Byzantine style church, designed by noted architects CJK Design Group, widely recognized for their skill in replicating the majesty of ancient Greek churches of the 1400s.

Feb 13, 2013
Intex 2013

Let’s face it – a trip to a sunny climate sounds pretty good right about now. And there’s nothing wrong with mixing a little business with pleasure, especially when you have the opportunity to learn how to incorporate curved forms and shapes into your project and see the products to get the job done. At the AWCI Convention and INTEX Expo in sunny San Antonio, Texas.