Architectural metal mesh panels

Posted by freemexy on December 8th, 2020

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh created a lot of buzz in the offseason about a new dynamic offense featuring starting quarterback Lamar Jackson.To get more news about decorative wire mesh, you can visit boegger.net official website.

The results came in a historic 59-10 victory last weekend against the Miami Dolphins, with Jackson throwing five touchdown passes for 324 yards on 17 of 20 attempts.

Ravens fans got to see the new offense for the first time Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, when Baltimore hosted the Arizona Cardinals.

The Ravens’ offense hasn’t been the only thing to receive a makeover. M&T Bank Stadium has a new look after an offseason of renovations and enhancements.When fans from the Eastern Shore crossed the Bay Bridge and made their way to the stadium, they were greeted with some Eastern Shore pride and ingenuity. The stadium now features a series of Cambridge Architectural metal mesh panels etched with a signature ravens wing on the building’s façade.

Woven by Cambridge Architectural craftsmen, the durable stainless-mesh panels also provide airflow, comfort from the elements, and views of downtown for guests accessing the stadium’s upper levels via pedestrian ramps and a new set of escalators. Etching is a common technique used by Cambridge Architectural to create visual elements and branding.

“The mesh would be beautiful on its own, but the Ravens created a distinct public art asset by having Cambridge Architectural etch 32 panels of their Mid-Balance mesh with a timeless design that celebrates the team and the city of Baltimore,” said Tyler Robertson, AIA, Populous Architect/Associate Principal overseeing the stadium renovations. “The wing design changes the density of the etched mesh to create interest when approaching from the north and also from great distances on the skyline.”The details with the wing pattern are found throughout many upgrades in the stadium through coordination with Gilbane Building Company, the project’s general contractor.

“This is a matter of Eastern Shore pride,” Cambridge Architectural’s Business Director David Zeitlin said. “How exciting is it that the Ravens came locally here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and bought this really unique artisan design for their stadium facade. When Shore residents go to the Ravens game, I bet somebody’s neighbor worked on the project.

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