Glass-enclosed Atlanta high-rise
The basics: Lenbrook Square, a 25-story, glass-enclosed senior living center in Atlanta, offers views of the city’s Buckhead community into every living space, according to a release from Trainor Glass Co., Alsip, Ill. The building, adjacent to an existing 17-story facility for the complex, features ample glazing that includes a unitized curtain wall with extended 6-inch curtain wall covers, concealed vents and terrace doors.
The players: Architect, THW Design, Atlanta; glazing contractor and unitized curtain wall supplier, Trainor Glass Co., Alsip, Ill.; vent and door supplier, Efco Corp., a Pella company, Monett, Mo.; glass supplier, PPG Industries, Pittsburgh; panel supplier, Alcoa Architectural Products, Eastman, Ga.
The glass and systems: Trainor Glass Co. UCW‐600C Series Unitized Curtain Wall System; Efco Series 5600 Concealed Vent; Efco Series T450 TerraStile Terrace Doors; Efco Series D302 ThermaStile Aluminum Swing Entrance Doors; PPG Solarban 60 low‐emissivity glass with a Cariba tint in the vision areas, and EverGreen tint and full sandblast in the spandrel areas; Reynobond Aluminum Composite Panels.