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In the 1950s and 60s-era fast-food landscape dominated by McDonald’s® and Burger King® restaurants, a third hamburger chain was also thriving in the Washington, D.C., and Maryland metropolitan areas - the Little Tavern. As part of a larger urban renewal initiative at the location, the owner was required to restore the Little Tavern to its original condition.
Next-Gen high-performance coatings products designed to meet surging demand across a variety of general industrial applications including electrical equipment of all types.
Over 50 years ago, Antonio Merloni Pressure Vessels s.r.l. started manufacturing liquid propane gas cylinders, eventually adding the production of small and large capacity tanks in the 1970s.
The Katherine Ward Burg Garden sits perched along the banks of the Mississippi river, complete with sloping pathways to the water, a collection of native plants, a curved seating wall, and a dining terrace with sweeping panoramic river views. A striking two-story metal trellis sits at the heart of it, protected for decades to come by PPG’s coating innovations.
PPG's one-coat anti-graffiti system is a win for both Valmont's customers and the company itself. Despite a simpler, more streamlined coating process, the poles are protected by durable coating that help to keep them beautiful, well- protected and easier for municipalities to maintain.
Headquartered in York, Pennsylvania, Graham Architectural Products (GAP) manufactures a wide-range of high-end windows, window systems and doors. The company's architectural-grade fenestration products are used around the world in commercial applications like schools, hospitals and monumental buildings.
Pittsburgh-based corporations PNC Financial Services Group and PPG have played integral roles in the development of sustainable architecture. PNC has more newly constructed LEED®-certified green buildings than any company in the world, while its local neighbor is the only building products company to offer customers such as PNC single-source access to sustainable glass, coatings and paints. Given their proximity and history, it’s no surprise that PPG products have figured prominently in many of PNC’s signature architectural projects, including its boldest yet: The Tower at PNC Plaza.