Unique Commercial Tin Installations
One of tin’s major selling points is its versatility. From major transportation hubs to retirement communities, banks and public offices, nearly every type of business in every industry has found an application and use for our tin tiles. With three installation types, Nail-Up, Drop-In and our patented Snap Lock™ technology, there’s a product that will fit any environment, however nontraditional it may be.
Awarded Project of the Year in 2010, La Crosse’s Grand River Station transit center was one of Wisconsin’s top public works projects. The $30 million travel hub was a completely unique with apartments, transportation and retail space. After weeks of studying historic train designs, a beautiful barrel vault tin ceiling was installed on the platforms to evoke a sense of nostalgia.
One of the most actively and famously haunted mansions in America; ghost hunters from all over the world make the trek to New Orleans to experience paranormal activities at the Haunted Mortuary in Louisiana. Considered an architectural marvel with a neo-classical revival exterior and eclectic interior, when it came time for a remodel to preserve the elements from normal wear and tear, there was no other choice but a tin ceiling.
Another unique story is the Palmetto Carnegie Library in Florida. Due to flooding, a large section of their ceiling was destroyed by water damage. Working with the Historic Preservation Society, we replicated the tiles to restore it to its former glory and are in the process of creating a mold for a similarly iconic church in Canada. Have an idea or want to consult with us about a custom project? Let’s make it happen!
Interesting Commercial Projects with Tin:
- Grand River Station (La Crosse, WI)
- Haunted Mortuary (New Orleans, LA)
- Riverboat Discovery (Fairbanks, AK)
- Bankers First Source (Dallas, TX)
- Nissan Auto Plant- Clean Room (Smyrna, TN)
- The Villages Retirement Community (Ocala, FL)
- Milton Public Library (Milton, ON)
- US Ameribank (Ybor City, FL)
- Palmetto Carnegie Library (Palmetto, FL)
…and countless others around the world.