BAMCO has partnered with BV Glazing to fabricate and install almost 20,000 sf of CAP and aluminum plate for Stevens Institute of Technology’s new Student Housing and University Center project, beginning in the 3rd quarter of 2020. The 75,000 sf center is an exciting addition to their campus, intended to become a hub of student activity. We will be involved with the cladding of all three components of the building: its three story student center base, the two residential high-rises that will sit atop it, and the bridge connecting the towers. The building will be LEED Silver Certified, and is expected to wrap up construction in Stevens’ 2021-22 academic year.
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BAMCO is proud to have engineered and fabricated the inventive panels on 108 Chambers St. in NYC, Metal Construction News’ 2019 award winner in New Metal Walls! We were brought on in 2016 by Ross & Associates to supply over 10,000 SF of Pure+Freeform panels to the project, which wrapped up construction in September of 2019.
Read the full article to learn more about our contribution, as well as how this stunning project was designed to fit into its’ historic Tribeca neighborhood while still feeling contemporary and imaginative.
Turner Construction hired BAMCO inc. to provide collectively over 35,000 square feet of BAMCO’s P-500 aluminum plate metal panels, insulated panels, single-skin roof screen panels and louvers for Coney Island Hospital.
The redevelopment is part of a major $922 million hospital campus renovation to demolish, replace and repair flood-damaged buildings from Superstorm Sandy. The new hospital building, built on the north side of the hospital’s campus, is expected to open in early 2022. Included within the scope of work is light gauge framing, sheathing and waterproofing behind the panel systems.
Hackensack University Medical Center 2nd Street Pavilion – Bamco inc. has been selected to provide metal panel and associated items on HUMC’s latest expansionary project, the $714 Million dollar 2nd Street Pavilion. Bamco lent support throughout the design and development process, working closely with the architects RSC of Hackensack, N.J to incorporate over 130,000 square feet of our D-500 Rainscreen panels with latest generation outboard insulation and thermally broken clip systems for an energy efficient exterior meant to meet the design requirements of 21st century construction. The pavilion will include 24 new operating rooms, some with robotic surgical equipment, as well as expanded intensive care unit. A joint effort by Turner Construction and William Blanchard Company as General Contractors, the project is expected to be completed in 2022.
Once again Gilbane Company has chosen Bamco inc, this time to clad the new Quest Diagnostics laboratory facility in Clifton, N.J. The facility, when completed, will be Quests largest lab, employing over 1000 people and providing services to more than 40 million people. Bamco will be engineering, fabricating and or installing over 46,000 square feet of Morin’s concealed fastener panel, over 8000 square feet of our P-500 solid aluminum plate system and over 18,000 square feet of our D-500 pressure equalized composite rain screen system. Completion is expected mid 2020.
The L.F. Driscoll company has once again chosen Bamco to provide the exterior metal wall systems on another of its hospital addition projects, this time at the Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, NY. Bamco will engineer, fabricate and install over 25,000 square feet of our D-500 Pressure equalized Rainscreen system for the New Emergency Department with completion expected late 2020.
Bamco is pleased to announce our first significant collaboration with W & W Glass, Nanuet, NY, in providing over 15,000 square feet of our P-500 Solid Aluminum plate System for the prestigious 2 Penn Plaza project in Manhattan, NY, a Vornado Realty Trust project. The work is part of an effort to combine a fully renovated One and Two Penn Plaza into a modern 4.4 million square foot campus covering 3 blocks along 7th Avenue and encompassing the Penn station railway hub. Completion is expected by end of 2021.
Bamco has been chosen to provide over 25,000 square feet of our D-500 pressure equalized rainscreen product on the newest Maxwell project for the expanding Toll Brothers property in Hoboken N.J. Bamco will team with Skyline Windows, Bronx, N.Y, who will supply and install the windows as well as installing the metal panels. This will be Bamco’s 3rd Toll Brothers project on the site and our initial collaboration with Skyline. Completion is expected late 2020.
As BAMCO continues to help reshape the Jersey City NJ landscape, Suffolk Construction, 1 Penn Plaza NYC and Boston MA, has selected BAMCO Inc. to provide over 20,000 square feet of our P-500 plate system in both aluminum and stainless steel, perforated and unperforated, for the current phase of the Hudson Exchange West project. Planned to eventually encompass six blocks and over 18 acres of downtown Jersey City, the newest structure will consist of a seven story podium, a 28 story residential and retail tower and a 287 space parking garage. Developed by Forest City Residential and designed by Perkins and Eastman, the project is expected to be completed in 2019.
BAMCO Inc. is proud to have been selected to provide a variety of materials/systems for the newly restarted project Asbury Ocean Club Surfside Resort and Residences in Asbury Park, N.J. Originally planned as the Esperanza and stalled for more than a decade, the current luxury 16 story structure will house 130 condominiums and a 54 room boutique hotel. Sordoni Construction of Bedminster N.J. selected Bamco to design, engineer and construct a series of complex structures that will serve as trellises and bladed grills throughout the building. Bamco will supply our composite panel systems as well. Designed by Handel Architects the project is expected to be completed in 2019.
BAMCO has been selected by General Contractor New Line Construction to provide over 18,000 square feet of our P-500 aluminum plate panel system on the second phase of the Tishman Speyer $700 million development, Gotham Center, in Long Island City NY. Comprised of the previously completed Building 2 and the new towers Buildings 1 and 3, the 1.1 million square foot development will house both commercial office and retail space. Construction is underway with an anticipated completion of late 2019.
LF Driscoll continues its long standing relationship with BAMCO in awarding the new Patient Bed Tower expansion at the Jefferson University Hospital, Cherry Hill NJ campus. BAMCO will design, fabricate and install over 42,000 square feet of our D-500 presser equalized composite aluminum panel rain screen system along with approximately 11,000 square feet of Trespa Internationals TS-210 phenolic panel system and 7,000 square feet of louvers. When completed, the new expansion will provide additional critical care capacity for the growing campus. The project, designed by the international design firm Callison RTKL Associates, is expected to be completed in 2019.
RWJ Barnabas Health and General Contractor Wm. Blanchard have selected BAMCO, Inc. to reface their Livingston NJ campus. BAMCO will fabricate and install over 50,000 square feet of Trepsa International’s TS-110 phenolic panel system in a thermally broken and insulated wall system for a modern and energy efficient remake of the original facility first opened in 1964. This marks the continued relationship between Wm. Blanchard and BAMCO and is in keeping with our long history of building the Tri state areas hospital and health care system. Completion is expected by end of Fiscal Year 2018.
BAMCO is pleased to have been selected by Turner Construction NY to provide over 40,000 square feet of our D-500 pressure equalized composite aluminum rain screen panel system for the new Ronald O. Perelman Center for Business at Columbia University. The project consists of 2 new buildings occupying over 492,000 square feet of state of the art flexible classrooms and multifunctional spaces. Designed by the renowned architectural firm Diller Scifidia and Renfro in collaboration with FXFOWLE Architects, the structures will complement the expanding Manhattenville campus. Completion is expected in 2019.
BAMCO has been selected by The Related Companies LP, to provide custom profiled composite panel and corrugated infills for their latest project, Tower D, at the prestigious Hudson Yards site on Manhattan’s west side. BAMCO will furnish and install approximately 23,000 square feet of Alcoa’s faux zinc Reynobond composite aluminum panel and associated corrugated siding. Construction has begun and is expected to be completed in Fall of 2018.
Intech Construction of Philadelphia PA has selected BAMCO to fabricate and install over 25,000 square feet of our C-500 composite aluminum panel system at the View II project located in Center City Philadelphia. The mixed use facility designed by Wallace, Roberts and Todd and developed by Goldenberg Group will provide over 460,000 square feet of mixed use retail and luxury residential space in its 12 story frame. Completion is due Fall of 2018.
BAMCO has been chosen to provide approximately 25,000 square feet of our D-500 pressure equalized rainscreen product as well as natural copper panels and trim for the new Gianforte Academic Building at Stevens Institute. BAMCO will be teaming up yet again with Gilbane Building Company on this next phase of the universities 10 year expansion plan. The building will be in keeping with Steven’s green initiative and plans to be LEED Gold certified.
BAMCO has been chosen by Lend Lease US Construction to participate in the latest expansion of the NY Methodist Hospital. BAMCO will fabricate and install over 30,000 square feet of exterior siding featuring our D-500 Pressure Equalized RainScreen System. Construction will begin in Spring of ’18.
BAMCO has been selected once again to provide metal panel for Terminal Construction; this time on the new High Tech High School in Secaucus N.J. Bamco will provide over 38,000 square feet of our D-500 Pressure Equalized Rain Screen System on radiused walls and entries. Due to be completed by Spring 2018, the design is in keeping with the state of the art nature of the facility and will provide Hudson County students with one of the state’s most advanced technical high schools.
BAMCO has been selected to engineer, fabricate and deliver over 55,000 square feet of our BAMCO C&D 500 composite aluminum panel systems for field erected and prefabricated erection on the Westfield Office Campus in West Des Moines Iowa. The project features a custom panel design utilizing elongated panel returns and is currently one of the largest construction projects in the state of Iowa. Expected to be completed in Summer of 2018, the project, owned by RR Realty Group, will offer premier corporate office space to the Des Moines community.
BAMCO has been selected by Aurora Contractors, in conjunction with owner General Growth Properties, to provide 25,000 square feet of its C 500 & D 500 composite aluminum panel system for the undergoing expansion of the Staten Island Mall. Scheduled to be completed in 2018, the expansion will add entertainment and dining options at Staten Island’s largest mall complex.
BAMCO has been selected by The Structure Tone organization to provide over 13,000 sq. ft. of its P-500 solid aluminum plate panel system for the new Unilever Marketplace expansion in Englewood Cliffs N.J. The design firm of Perkins and Will created a fully NFPA 285 compliant exterior wall system complete with a continuous insulated girt system beneath a pressure equalized metal rain screen. Completion is expected in 2017.
BAMCO has been chosen to design, fabricate and furnish over 46,000 square feet of Trespa TS-110 face fastened phenolic panel system along with 16,500 square feet of our D-500 pressure equalized composite aluminum rain screen panel for the construction of the new Washington Adventist hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland. Completion is expected in 2018.
BAMCO D-500 pressure equalized composite aluminum rain screen panels were featured on this 8-story residential rental building in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn. Large, industrial style windows with metal slab and column covers clad the primary facades, evoking an industrial style common to recent Brooklyn developments. Developed by Yoel Goldman’s Brooklyn GC with design by ODA, the building will offer 106 rental units ranging from studios to 2-bedrooms.
BAMCO has been selected once again to participate in the Colgate R & D facility expansion in Piscataway, N.J. General Contractor Structure Tone has turned to BAMCO to fabricate and install over 20,000 square feet of its C-500 composite panel system to complete the new West Wing expansion which will complement the previous wing expansions completed in 2015.
BAMCO is pleased to announce our participation in the construction of American Waters new corporate headquarters in Camden, NJ as part of the ongoing rehabilitation of the Camden waterfront. BAMCO will fabricate and install over 110,000 square feet of our D-500 Pressure Equalized Rainscreen system. The project features complex shapes and when complete will add another stunning project to BAMCO’s portfolio. Read More »
BAMCO’s metal wall systems meet NFPA 285 compliance requirements for fire resistance, making the Company one of the few custom manufacturers to meet NFPA 285 criteria. The standard fire test for wall assemblies containing combustible components measured BAMCO’s FABLOGIC D-500 Rainscreen Panels. The test evaluated the product’s exterior, non-load bearing wall assemblies and panels as components of curtain wall assemblies and measured fire propagation characteristics for post-flashover fires of interior origin. Both visual observations and temperature data were recorded during the test. View the images »
Turner Construction NYC has selected Bamco to provide metal panel and louver work on the new $150MM Rockefeller University Expansion in Manhattan, N.Y. The project is underway and BAMCO is scheduled to be on site the first part of 2017. What makes this project unique is the the new campus expansion is being built over the FDR Drive, and spans four city blocks. Most of the primary structure was built in NJ in multiple pieces and then floated over to the east side via a barge. The structure was then lifted into place one by one overnight while the FDR was shut down. A true team effort all the way! Read More »
BAMCO Fablogic D-500 Rainscreen panels, which are a lightweight, low-maintenance panel system that can be fabricated in complex shapes and curves, were used on a breathtaking beach house that is being critically acclaimed as one of the best modern houses on Long Island. Read More ».
Following on the heels of the successful Journal Squared Tower 1 project, Bamco has been awarded another Kushner project in coordination with General Contractors Claremont Construction and Pre-Fabricators Atlantic Wall Systems, The Marin Residences in Jersey City N.J. The project will utilize over 50,000 square feet of our G-500 gasketed composite panel system and will be completed by the 2nd quarter 2017.
Bamco has been selected by Nobel Construction Group to provide over 25,000 square feet of our C-500 wet sealed composite panel system on the latest phase of the Gulls Cove residential tower complex in Jersey City, N.J. Completion is scheduled for 1st quarter 2017.
Bamco has been selected to fabricate and furnish over 30,000 square feet of our C-500 Wet Sealed composite panel system for the new 83 unit high-rise residential unit being developed by Extell Development at 200 E. 95th St. NY, NY. The project was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and is scheduled for a 2nd Quarter 2017 completion.
BAMCO Fablogic panels adorn the building exterior where Daiichi Sankyo will soon be relocating its U.S. Headquarters to 211 Mt. Airy Road, in Basking Ridge, NJ.
BAMCO just released it’s new FABLOGIC Solid Plate Panel Series brochure. To view the new brochure, click here.
BAMCO is pleased with the progress of the Journal Square 1 project, which is nearing completion and will be a fine addition to the area once finished.
BAMCO Solid Plate Panels used at Fordham Plaza in Bronx, NY shown in article for ENR New York. The 1.75 acre open-air plaza will serve as a transit link for several bus and rails lines. Read More ».
BAMCO has been hired by The Hunter Roberts Construction Group, NYC, to help build the new Pier 57 project in NYC. Pier 57’s redevelopment would fill in a critical piece of Hudson River Park and generate much needed park revenue.
BAMCO has been brought on board by Barr & Barr Construction and the projects surety to complete the presently delayed 145,000 square foot, $115MM Rutgers Chemistry building in Piscataway NJ. Bamco will fabricate and install over 67,000 square feet of composite aluminum panels for the project.
BAMCO teams with Canada’s PCL Construction and owner 555 (Triple Five) with award of metal composite cladding for new connector bridge at the American Dream project, E. Rutherford, N.J.
BAMCO has been selected by L&M Developers to furnish 50,000 sq.ft. of our D-500 rainsceen panel system for the re-clad of the expansive Marcus Garvey housing complex in Brooklyn NY, as part of an urban revitalization plan for the failed “Defensible Space” programs of the late 1960’s and 70’s. When completed, the 625 units will provide safe and affordable housing in the previously blighted Brownsville neighborhood.
BAMCO has been selected to clad the new “Princeton Pike Project” for Bristol-Myer Squibb’s expansion into Lawrence. The new 650,000-square-foot building will use over 40,000 square feet of BAMCO’s Fablogic D-500 system and its construction is set to begin early 2015 with Torcon as the General Contractor.
BAMCO is honored to have been chosen to provide over 100,000 square feet of BAMCO’s Fablogic D-500 product for three new structures at the Jehovah’s Witnesses new world headquarters in Warwick, New York. The project centers around using an environmentally sustainable building design and construction is currently under way.
BAMCO has proudly secured a contract to clad the new Residence Inn, Jersey City’s new premium hotel, located at 80 Columbus ave. This 144-room hotel is an extension of the ultra-elegant 70 and 90 Columbus developments, designed by the world-renowned architect Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman and Associates.
BAMCO has been recognized by ENR New York for “Excellence in Safety” for work completed on the Green Lane Building at Kean University. Safety judges hailed the team’s safety record on such a complex project and credited its adherence to a good site safety plan. BAMCO installed over 10,000 square feet of composite metal panels on this building. Read the article >
BAMCO is pleased to announce the promotion of Judson Filkins to the newly-formed position of Director of Safety. Judson brings 10 years of field experience as a journeyman carpenter and carpenter foreman on many of BAMCO’s largest and most challenging projects. We look forward to the increased awareness and discipline that Judson’s newly-formed department will bring to BAMCO’s ever vigilant commitment to insuring the safest workplace environment for all BAMCO employees.
BAMCO will clad the new high-tech Cablevision call center in Newark, N.J. The project will incorporate over 20,000 square feet of Bamco’s D-500 rainscreen system. The state-of-the-art call center will handle Cablevision’s customer service calls.
BAMCO’s C-500 composite panel system was selected as the panel of choice to clad the new technology wings at the expanded Colgate facilities in Piscataway, N.J., as part of Colgate’s “Global Growth and Efficiency” program.
A premier transportation hub at Fordham Plaza in the Bronx, NY will be enhanced after a collaborative reconstruction process with the Department of Design and Construction. BAMCO’s P-500 .125 aluminum plate system will be incorporated into new, oval-shaped ultra sleek glass and metal panels, transforming the plaza into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly public space and world class transit hub. The project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2015.
Construction on BAMCO’s latest three-tower residential building project, Journal Squared, has begun in Jersey City, New Jersey. Journal Squared will include a 54-story tower with 540 units, a 70-story tower with 700 units, and a 60-story tower with 600 units. Read the Article.
BAMCO, Inc. has entered into a joint venture with the Novinger Group of Middletown PA., a prefabricated wall manufacturer and erector, for the first of a series of three new Journal Squared towers for Kushner Companies/AJD in Jersey City, N.J. The project comprises over 260,000 square feet of pre-fabricated and field erected composite aluminum panel.
Congratulations to Lawrence Russo, Jr. of Russo Development on receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award by the New Jersey Chapter of the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. The award will be presented to Mr. Russo at the 27th Annual Commercial Real Estate Awards Gala on May 15, 2014. BAMCO would like to commend all of this year’s award honorees for their achievements.
BAMCO was engaged to become the proprietary national fabricator and supplier of composite panels for Invicta USA’s corporate identity program. The first store, a 543-square-foot store featuring cutting-edge watches, stylish writing instruments, artful jewelry and elegant eyewear for men and women, was just completed at Christiana Mall in Delaware. It is expected to open in April, 2014.
BAMCO is credited in Metal Architecture Magazine’s March 2014 issue in an article profiling metal wall panels, used to create unique and innovative residences. Read the Article.
John Tauscher, Head of Purchasing, has been named BAMCO’s 2013 Employee of the Year.
BAMCO has been awarded a $5MM+ contract by Skanska USA to construct the new Prudential Financial Headquarters, located in Newark, NJ. The new 20-story office building in downtown Newark could be completed by the end of 2014.
A group of students from NJIT’s College of Architecture and Design recently visited BAMCO. The tour, also sponsored by Trespa, included a presentation by Allan Pasternak, and a tour of the company’s engineering department and fabrication facilities, giving students the opportunity to see computer numerical control (CNC) fabrication technology and lean manufacturing processes at work. Learn more >
The $215 million corporate headquarters of Novo Nordisk in Plainsboro, NJ has been completely transformed with Alcoa’s Reynobond® Aluminum Composite Material. BAMCO was the chosen installer and fabricator for this project.
Read the article in Metal Construction News
Read Alcoa’s press release about BAMCO’s participation in this project.
Read the article in Connections, Alcoa’s eNewsletter, about this project.
BAMCO products transform the Novo Nordisk headquarters in Plainsboro, NJ, and the story is featured in the The New York Times business section. Read the Article
BAMCO enters the New England market by securing a new construction project for Galvin Middle School in Wakefield, MA. The new Galvin Middle School is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2015, and will include 18,000 square feet of composite metal panel cladding.
BAMCO is selected as the installer of TRESPA panels for the new DCH Toyota dealership, located in Freehold, NJ. The project includes renovations to the existing two-story portion and service facility, as well as the construction of two new wings.
BAMCO Unveils New State of the Art Conference and Media Room: View Photo
Bob Balaam has been awarded 2012 Employee of the Year Award.
BAMCO has been selected to clad the Secaucus-based Goya Foods’ new $127 million warehouse and headquarters. The new facility, located in Jersey City, NJ, is expected to open in 2014. At about 631,000 SF, this will be the largest of Goya’s 15 American facilities. Read the Press Release
BAMCO aids in design and is chosen to clad the six-story, mixed-use “Green Lane” academics study building on the Kean University campus. The multi-purpose academic building utilizes 21,000 sq. ft. of aluminum composite metal in the FABLOGIC D-500 system. This project is the latest in BAMCO’s ongoing collaboration and construction at Kean University.
Robert Friedman is interviewed by CFO Studio about “Transforming an Old Line Company into a Profit Machine.” Download the transcript, or view the video below:
FABLOGIC I-500 Composite Metal Wall Panels Launched To US National Market. FABLOGIC, a BAMCO, Inc. Product, Expands Product Line With Latest Generation System. Read the Press Release
BAMCO is selected as the fabricator and installer for a $215 million corporate headquarters transformation in Plainsboro, NJ, utilizing Alcoa’s Reynobond® Aluminum Composite Material.
BAMCO Metal Composite Panel Project is featured in MetalMag. Loggia Athletic Center at Grinnell College is showcased in May/June 2011 issue. Read the Press Release
New BAMCO Brand of Composite Metal Panels Announced. BAMCO, Inc. Unveils Expanded Product Line to US National Market. Read the Press Release
Can anybody fabricate composite metals?
Yes and No. Anyone with a hand router can cut and rout composite panels like anyone with a ratchet set can repair your automobile. Certified dealer/fabricators provide fully engineered and tested systems guaranteed to meet project specifications and endurance requirements.
Is the panel system difficult to install?
In fact, BAMCO´s systems are designed specifically for ease of installation. Our shop drawings provide details and information second to none in guiding field erectors through the installation process. BAMCO can also provide field support, project management and installation training programs upon request.
Are composite panels directional?
Solid coil coated colors are non-directional and may be used in varying directions. Metallic finishes are susceptible to “shading” when changing directions. BAMCO shop drawings and panel release cards allow for and monitor directional requirements to assure proper directional layout.
Is there a recommended back up construction for composite systems?
Aluminum composite panels can be attached directly to almost any substrate, though many require sub girts (i.e., masonry walls). However, BAMCO recommends Tyvek over all sheathed surfaces as a prudent secondary moisture deterrent.
What are the available finishes?
BAMCO can provide over 40 standard, 2 and 3 coat Kynar colors as well as Zinc, Copper, Brushed Aluminum, and Stainless Steel finishes, all standard*. Custom colors are available at a premium cost upon request. *(Some finish availability is based on quantity).
What is the difference between coil coated and post finished metal panels?
Post finished products are fabricated and then individually spray finished with either air or heat cured paints. Finish warranties are generally 5 to 10 years. Coil coating is a process where metal coils are run through a continuous application process called “reverse rolling”. Once coated, these coils provide the highest level of color consistency, even coil to coil, with standard 20 year finish warranties.
What is “Oil Canning” and does it affect composite systems?
Oil canning is the deformation of panel surfaces due to temperature variances and subsequent expansion/contraction. Oil canned surfaces appear dimpled or pillowy. When properly engineered and fabricated with a tested extrusion system, aluminum composite panels will remain flat with no visible Oil Canning.
What are BAMCO’s standard lead times?
Lead times vary based on project size and complexity. On smaller projects, shop drawings run approximately 6-8 weeks. Upon approved drawings, fabrication times run approximately 2-4 weeks. Quick ship programs are available on certain projects and can be requested by contacting email@example.com.
How much does the aluminum panel system weigh?
Approximately 2.5 lbs. per square foot, fully fabricated.
What are the maximum sizes available in composite panels?
- 60″ x 192″ for Composite Aluminum Panel
- 39″ x 192″ for Zinc
- 48″ x 192″ for Stainless Steel
- 36″ x 192″ for Copper
- 50″ x 192″ for Brushed Aluminum
How do composite panels compare to .125 plate or foam panels?
There are several ways to achieve flatness with aluminum wall panels. Foam panels offer insulative value and span capabilities but have significant sizing limitations as well as small quantity set up and production costs. Aluminum plate systems offer similar advantages to composite panels but do not offer standard 20 year finish warranties (see above for post finish vs. coil coating); provide less flexibility when field issues arise, and cost more than composite systems.
Who manufactures the composite sheets that BAMCO uses in its wall systems?
Alcoa Architectural Products – Reynobond aluminum composite material. Alcan Composites USA Inc – Alucobond aluminum composite. Mitsubushi Chemical – Alpolic Composite Aluminum Material Almaxco – Almaxco aluminum composite material.
Are composite panels fire resistant?
Composite panels are available with fire resistant cores to address current building code requirements for high rise and other noncombustible required applications. Fire Rated cores meet North American building code acceptance including MEA in New York City, IBC IC30, BOCA and JBCC I.
Are composite panels LEED certified? (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design)
Composite aluminum panels are made from average yearly recycled aluminum content of approximately 85%. Material usage is one of the important areas of LEED consideration in evaluating “sustainable” buildings based on “voluntary” consensus-based national standards developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. Additional LEED credits may be obtained for projects built within a 450 mile radius of our New Jersey facility. For more information contact the U.S. Green Building Council at www.usgbc.org.
Can BAMCO provide drawings signed and sealed by a professional engineer?
Yes. In fact, we can provide calculations and a local PE Stamp for virtually every state in the country.
What type of warranties are available from BAMCO?
Along with standard 20 year finish warranties, BAMCO provides warranties for fabricated panels against normal use failure for up to 10 years, based upon review of application and project requirements. Sample warranties are available for review.
What other architectural metal products can BAMCO provide?
BAMCO can furnish and install a variety of exterior wall products including foam panels, louvers, column covers, equipment screens, sunshades, perforated and sound attenuated panels.