Architectural Metal Blog

  • Trade shows have always been an essential part of Hendrick Screen and Hendrick Architectural's product outreach and networking endeavors, and the 2022 trade show season was no different. Professionals from our team participated in six major exhibitions this year...
  • Carissa Dau, Architectural Product Manager, was featured in Metal Architecture to educate readers on the proper specification, installation and maintenance for entrance grilles. The article was published in the September issue and can also be viewed online...
  • Together with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Hendrick is offering a new Continuing Education course: "The Application & Advantages of Profile Bar Grating and Perforated Metal in Today's Landscape Design”...
  • Perforated metal is used for many applications because of its durability, malleability and easy installation and maintenance. Sheet metal improves architectural designs by providing expanded design and functional elements to a building. Plus, it's recyclable and can help you reduce energy bills, making it an economical choice.
  • Perforated sheet metal is a versatile product that can be used for both structure and design. With perforation patterns coming in many styles, these panels allow light, water, and air to pass through while also enclosing spaces, providing structural support, or simply adding aesthetic value to a space. 
  • Join Hendrick Architectural in Nashville, TN on November 19th – 22nd. Meet the team, our new FLEX-BAR and other landscape products...
  • Hendrick Screen Company has introduced the first ever metal flexible bar product to the architectural industry. The new product, called FLEX-BAR™, will save time and associated costs for installing metal panels on curved architectural applications.
  • Hendrick completed design and testing for a new Saw Tooth H-Clad product...
  • At first glance, perforated metal appears to be a simple product. After all, it’s nothing more than a sheet of aluminum, steel, copper or other metallic material punched with a series of holes, shapes or slots. However, that simplicity hides a world of potential. Numerous industries use it to perform a wide variety of functions in their operations. Some of its uses are necessary for filtering materials. Others involve protecting people and components from hazardous environments. In some cases, it can be purely decorative. No matter how it is used, perforated metal can be found in a myriad of industries ranging from industrial manufacturing to food and beverage production.
  • A green building that is LEED recognized is a dramatic and public way of demonstrating a strong commitment to green. Learn more about LEED certification and download a free LEED Certification guide.