Our road trip around landmarks protected by PPG paints has just expanded beyond Europe. This time, we are on a sightseeing tour through New York City! We will start off by exploring the "Big Apple" at Roosevelt Island with a building that can change color. Then we will move to the ocean’s open-air coastal venue and finish in the Hudson Yards skyscraper complex.
The Ford Motor Company of South Africa is investing more than $1 billion to upgrade its manufacturing operations in the Silverton Assembly Plant in Pretoria. The capital will be used to install new equipment and technology, but also to bring in experts to run them, including professionals from PPG's Coatings Services business.
Designed by acclaimed architect Rafael Viñoly, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center opened in Pittsburgh in 2003 as the world's first certified green convention center. Today, it remains the largest LEED® Gold-certified building in the world.
With a striking glass façade framed in red powder-coated metal, the Bulletin Building has undergone a dramatic transformation since its days as home to the Evening Bulletin, an iconic Philadelphia newspaper that closed in 1982.
Situated among the iconic buildings that make up the "Big Apple" sits Hudson Yards, 28 acres of prized Manhattan real estate that features six luxurious towers measuring more than 50 stories in height.
For more than 65 years, O.W. Lee has been a producer of premium, hand-crafted outdoor furniture, and for more than a decade, has relied almost exclusively on PPG powder coatings to provide long-lasting beauty and protection for its products.
Located in New York City’s South Street Seaport, Pier 17 anchors an extensive redevelopment project that is focused on transforming the historic Lower Manhattan neighborhood into a thriving cultural, retail and entertainment center.
A combination of PPG metal coatings and glass helps to create this bright curtain wall for the exterior façade of the Nemours/DuPont hospital, which has achieved LEED certification at the Silver level.