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Van Buren US Land Point of Entry

Van Buren US Land Point of Entry

  • Location  Van Buren, Maine
  • Architect  Julie Snow Architects
  • System  R4-500 pressure equalized rainscreen
  • Description  34,000 sq. ft. 1/8” aluminum plate (including 6,000 sq. ft. with custom perforation), 19,000 sq. ft. 4mm aluminum composite (including 2,500 sq. ft. with custom perforation)
  • Finish  Anodized aluminum: light, medium, dark black; painted aluminum: Custom Casa De Oro, Lava Lamp, Cheddar Cheese, Evening Sky; aluminum composite: Natural Brushed Aluminum
  • Photo  © Paul Warchol

“We truly appreciated the opportunity to collaborate with Riverside Group on two Land Port of Entry projects for the GSA – in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, and Van Buren, Maine. Their attention to detail and exceptional understanding of our team’s design intent led to successful projects that perform well in the harsh environments.”

– Matthew Kreilich, FAIA, LEED AP
Exterior image of Van Buren US Land Point of Entry in Van Buren, Maine. Architectural rainscreen by Riverside Group.
Interior image of Van Buren US Land Point of Entry in Van Buren, Maine. Shows architectural wall systems by Riverside Group.
Interior image of Van Buren US Land Point of Entry in Van Buren, Maine. Architect Julie Snow. Shows architectural wall systems by Riverside Group.
Exterior night image of Van Buren US Land Point of Entry in Van Buren, Maine. Architect Julie Snow. Architectural wall system by Riverside Group.