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Banker Wire Architecture Supplies Stainless Steel Wire Mesh for Multi-Level Parking Facility

Banker Wire Architecture, a traditional residential and commercial interior creator and metal applications provider for exterior, based in Wisconsin, declared that it has been chosen to supply the needed stainless steel wire mesh for a multi-level parking garage, located in Randhurst Village, Mount Prospect, Illinois.

Banker Wire’s PZ-11 stainless steel wire mesh to provide the required structural and aesthetic specifications at one quarter the original budget for the project’s metal application.

The construction of the 239,136 sq ft , three storey parking located at a mixed use facility spread over 100 acres of area at Randhurst Village was completed by McShane Construction, a general contractor, in 2011. The facility offers enough space for parking 586 vehicles of visitors and shoppers. A combination of architectural screen materials and precast concrete was used as exterior to match the construction.

According to Harrison Horan Ken, Banker Wire’s Vice President, Meyer Metal Systems, a provider of architectural metal for the parking project, has sought the assistance of his company to offer alternate solution for the suggested architectural conditions that required a combination of European cable and rod flexible mesh and panels of assorted size to be tensioned for the purpose of framing a cost option.

He added that his company has provided an interlace option to cope with the European cable and rod flexible mesh specs and introduced it as a rigid mesh to match the spacing and width requirements, thus enabling Meyer with a cost- effective solution while meeting the architectural needs.

Source: http://www.bankerwire.com

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