he new student recreation center at The University of Akron got a stainless steel facade made of architectural mesh.
The new student recreation center at The University of Akron was completed in August 2004. The center includes a three court gymnasium, one of the largest indoor rock climbing walls, cardiovascular training area, free weights and strength training area, and much more.
22 panels (approx. 1690 sqft) of EGLA - TWIN 4223 were used as an exterior facade to help reduce the visibility of the condensing units on the roof.
As the tensioning system the W.S. Tyler system flat tension bar with clevis screw was used.