Industrial Louvers, Inc. (ILI) announces the appointment of Lisa Britton, CSI, CCPR, LEED AP BD+C, GGP, as director of sales and marketing, sustainability champion. Michael Epstein joins the company as eastern regional sales manager.
We bring your complex designs to life. As a custom architectural metals manufacturer, we welcome the opportunity to help you achieve your design goals, no matter how complex the project. Our louvers, architectural grilles, screens, sun control devices, and column covers are not just commodities. They are your designs coming to life. Read More >
Have your custom sunshade – and curtainwall warranty too. Complex jobs require cooperation throughout the design and installation process. Installing sunshades into curtainwall provides a good example of this need. Many curtainwall manufacturers are concerned about installing products through theirs. Read more >
Functionalism is a segment of architecture that promotes elements that are useful in contrast to the ornate, embellished design of earlier centuries.
Customers can choose from a variety of paint colors and finishes to make their louvers exactly what they want.
All sorts of modern architecture trends are emerging. The most popular trends have one thing in common; a focus on nature, reinvention and sustainability. Although each has its own defined style, these trends are a great display of the current building and design trends this year.
Making sure your building is free of asbestos, or is abated of if it ever was present, is imperative prior to any construction disturbance. This is crucial to not only protecting the healthy air quality in your building, but to protecting your property as well.
Acoustic louvers are designed specifically to absorb sound so it doesn’t travel as far or as loudly.
When installed throughout your home a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system can keep you and your family comfortable and healthy throughout the year.
Commercial architecture is ever changing. Architects and material costs along with developing cities and what residents want, affect the types of buildings that are popping up around the US.