Architcectural cladding used at new veteran’s retirement home

Tindall Corp. has announced the completion of a new Armed Forces Retirement Home in Gulfport, Miss., replacing one severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina and demolished in late 2007. The retirement home features four pavilions rising from the main floor with a garage located at ground level. A landscaped green area with walking paths, bicycle trail and swimming pool surrounds the 600,000-square-foot main building, which provides 582 units for a full spectrum of continuingcare retirement living for veterans. Tindall Mississippi Division furnished architectural cladding for the entire complex. It consisted of 1,075 white concrete panels with minimal color variation, featuring architectural reveals and a medium sandblast. The panels averaged 15 feet by 8 feet by 6 inches each. Tindall’s engineers developed a unique system of hanging connections to satisfy stringent architectural requirements. ?

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