Project Details

FabricatorG-S CompanyApplicationsInterior CladdingLocationBaltimore, MD, US

Montgomery Building

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Opaque woven wire mesh works well for cladding.

In 2016, a $29 million renovation project commenced to restore and transform the Montgomery Building. The ground floor now hosts boutique retail stores and intimate restaurants while apartment housing are on the upper floors. The Montgomery Building’s restoration reflects Spartanburg’s commitment to downtown revitalization.
It stands as a city landmark, bridging the past with the vibrant present.

The DL-2 opaque wire mesh pattern was created specifically for this wall cladding project at the Montgomery Park office building. The selection of the woven wire mesh brings a modern flare to compliment the buildings historical aesthetics. Large diameter highly defined lockrimp cross wires are woven on a dutch style warp wire creating an solid opaque wall surface. The wire mesh welcomes visitors on the ground floor of the Montgomery Building while brightly inviting them to the elevators.

About Banker Wire
Banker Wire is the world's leading woven and welded wire mesh manufacturer for architectural and industrial applications. From intricate design highlights in architectural environments to large-scale industrial applications, the company's scalable operations ensure every mesh job is precisely manufactured according to the specifications of each order. Durable, sustainable, and available in thousands of patterns, wire mesh is the ideal medium to satisfy any project regardless of its function or aesthetic. Founded in 1896, Banker Wire's state-of-the-art facility in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, employs proprietary equipment and processes refined for over a century, bringing unmatched customization, variety, quality, and service to customers globally.

The consistent large diameter opaque woven wire mesh surface creates a horizontal flow that contrasts with the tall elevator openings.This woven wire mesh pattern was created specifically for the Montgomery Park office building project.