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Today’s buildings must be built to last longer, operate efficiently, and minimize harm to the environment. And the building envelope, the first line of defense against the elements, is front and center.

As prefabrication and modular construction become more popular in the U.S., building teams and their clients have been turning to domestic supply partners.

While it uses a standard frame and connections, the Infinite Facade is an aesthetically flexible system capable of meeting or exceeding building and energy code requirements while still fulfilling an owner’s design and performance goals.

What do Frank Gehry’s The Grand LA, new student housing at California State University, Los Angeles and a mixed-use building in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood have in common?

Infinite Facade extends the benefits of a single source for a complete building envelope system to owners and design-build teams in markets across the U.S.