Built in 1954, the Parkland Hospital in Dallas had become severely overcrowded and functionally outdated by the turn of the century. One of the largest public hospitals in the nation, and the largest public healthcare project in the country ever to be built in one phase, the new Parkland Hospital is AIA award–winning, LEED Gold certified, and double the size of the old facility. It incorporates the most advanced design features to serve the needs of practitioners, patients and visitors. And it features a remarkable design adorned by more than 4.5 acres of ALPOLIC® metal composite materials (MCM) in PEX Pewter Metallic finish.
Renowned for their quality and appearance, metal composite materials are a top choice for architectural projects, especially hospital design. A perfect fit for heavy-use buildings like medical facilities, the diverse range of shapes and colors make aluminum composite panels aesthetically desirable, allowing healthcare facilities to provide their patients and visitors with a more comfortable environment.
ALPOLIC materials have played a critical role in the development of new healthcare projects and expansions of established facilities. Now more than ever, the need for contemporary structures aligns with that of advanced technologies in wellness, and the presence of MCM in the industry continues to grow. In addition to their reliability and high performance, MCM are cost effective and easier to install, fix, and replace than other, more traditional building materials. With increased flexibility, longevity, and ease of fabrication, ALPOLIC panels are both efficient and affordable.
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