Avenere Cladding now working on project at 270 3rd Street, Cambridge using NeaCera Terra-cotta Rainscreen Solutions

November 06, 2015 - Owners Developers & Managers
270 3rd Street Cambridge, MA 270 3rd Street Cambridge, MA

Cambridge, MA Avenere Cladding LLC, the Baltimore-based national distributor of NeaCera Terra-cotta Rainscreen Solutions, is part of yet another exciting Boston project.

After successfully completing several projects in the Boston area – including Logan Airport’s CONRAC Facility and Modern Theatre Dormitory at Suffolk University–NeaCera is now working on a project at 270 3rd St. in Cambridge.

The development is still under construction; however upon completion this building will be used as retail and residential space.

The project is unique because it features Matt White terra-cotta panels – a rarity in the terracotta rainscreen world. White terra-cotta panels are often seen in a satin or glossy finish; however a matt finish gives this building a modern look. The staggered window layout adds to the interest of this building.

“It’s exciting to see this building come together. It looks clean and modern, tying in perfectly with the surrounding structures,” said Joe Cole, product manager at Avenere Cladding LLC. Cole performs job site orientations for each NeaCera project and is often the first to see the panels go up on the building.

NeaCera’s Matt White panels first made their Massachusetts debut when they were used on the Springfield Data Center in Springfield, Mass. The company is excited to be involved in yet another project that uses Matt White panels to create a distinguished look.

To keep this white building looking beautiful, NeaCera Panels also include Lifetime Graffiti Protection that is inherent in its finish, long-lasting and immediately effective. Denatured alcohol, a soft cloth and a little elbow grease are all it takes to permanently remove graffiti from NeaCera panels. No other terracotta panel on the market offers such a benefit.

For more information on this and other projects, please visit www.avenerecladding.com.

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