The East Arlington Library is a 47, 249 SF library and recreation facility that our DFW team was awarded the metals scope on.

The intertwining of curved and angular elements was inspired by the architecture and automotive designs of the 1950’s. While this creates an incredibly cool looking final product, it was up to our team to figure out how to apply the panels to help create the effect. By using Flynn’s scanning capabilities through TSC the DFW team was able to produce the design the client was looking for. In fact, since this technology was new to many in DFW it proved a good time to hold “Lunch & Learns” and explain the benefits of 3D scanning.

The actual application of the panels took close coordination to ensure the substrate was manageable with the curvature of the building. But due to careful initial planning the project went smoothly and finished on time.