(L-R) Ryan Meyer, Aaron Fielder, Ryan Johnson & David Anzalone
Last Friday evening we capped the Holiday season with a get-together for over 100 field and office employees from Exterior Designs, Inc., Metro Walls, and Atlantic Prefab. Dinner, drinks, raffles, and socializing were topped off by live music to wrap up the night. Special thanks to Murphy's Taproom for hosting us.
Swisspearl fiber cement large size panels give façades a face, individuality, character, texture, color and, very importantly, a highly effective protective layer. Swisspearl allows an immense range of possibilities for the design of façades, with an extensive selection of surface options, various types of joints and fastenings, and panel formats that can be freely selected within the maximum useable size. For visible creativity and to meet high aesthetic requirements, in proven Swisspearl quality.
Exterior Designs is proud to announce they will be partnering with Erland Construction to provide exterior finishes for the rebuilding of the Schultz Family Home in Stow, Massachusetts.
From Earland: Together with the Schultz family – Erica, Mike, their daughter Lexi and son Eli – Erland Construction celebrated the first major step toward the completion of the home being built for the family at a time of need. As many have seen through various media outlets, the Schultz’s recently lost their 5-year-old son Ari.
Exterior Designs, Metro Walls, and Atlantic Prefab teamed for our 2nd Annual campaign to benefit Granite United Way. We're proud to announce that with the help of our employees we were able to meet our goal of raising $20,000! Granite United Way improves the lives of countless people in our communities each year when we collectively make the decision to help.
We're all wrapped up at the NEW Paddock Estates in Boxborough, MA.
In total, this project features 32 buildings made up of 11 main residences, 16 garages, 1 cabana, 1 clubhouse, 2 water treatment buildings, and 1 fire pump station.
Doors are open, and the first two apartment buildings have begun moving in tenants.
The 14,000-sf Alnoba leadership training center is the first project in New England to meet the quality and building performance standards prescribed by the Passive House energy model. A highly insulated shell—12 to 14 inches thick, incorporating triple-pane thermally insulated windows from Germany—wraps the entire building to achieve solar heat recovery.