Corrugated Metals Blog

Featured project: pier 17, NYC

Posted by Ken Carlton

May 29, 2018 10:55:20 AM

Corrugated Metal’s roots come from New York, so we were honored to provide our services for this project. We worked with a local New York supplier by roll forming Zinc flat sheets into 2.67 x 7/8 sinewave profile. Since zinc has a soft temper, it can be tricky to form. CMI's production team worked endlessly to perfect the panels. Sinewave profile panels are used throughout the building as exterior siding as well as wall cladding.

South Street Seaport is a historic area in New York City. The original Pier 17 was torn down in 2014 as part of broader redevelopment of the neighborhood. The new pier containing retail, restaurants, and a rooftop performance venue is set to open this summer.

The picture below was taken by Tribeca Citizen, a local website that provides guidance to locals in regards to new shops, restaurants, and real estate. They had an opportunity to visit the project before it opens. 

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Contact us for your zinc as well as other metals' roll forming needs!

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Topics: 2.67 x 7/8, Zinc, Featured Project, Pier 17

Featured project

Posted by Ken Carlton

Sep 11, 2017 2:28:00 PM

Occasionally, we'll feature projects that Corrugated Metals Inc. had assisted on. I'd like to present a siding project on a three family residence in Brooklyn, NY. 

Brooklyn is a borough of neighborhoods, more than 30. For young professionals from all over the US, Brooklyn has become a hot place to live. 

Corrugated Metals Inc. 2.67" x 7/8" sinewave panel was specified on this project by Resituated, an interdisciplinary design studio integrating architecture, redevelopment, and placemaking. The panels were made from 24ga Galvalume in Slate Gray. The diagonal installation provides a unique facade. 


Our team is looking forward to working with Resituated again in the near future and we hope to assist you on your next project. 

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Topics: Featured Project