Project Profiles

Performance from coast to coast

Clemson University College of Business

Clemson’s College of Business has a new home – and it’s one of the biggest building projects in university history. According to Bobby McCormick, College of Business dean, as quoted in ClemsonWorld Magazine, when completed the inspiring 176,000-square-foot building will “look and function like 21st century business.” The $87.5 million project funded through state appropriations, private gifts and institutional bonds opened in 2020. This project includes more than 738,000 SF of Gold Building Products, LLC products.

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Cornell University Decathlon Entry

Cornell University students competed in the biennial Global Solar Decathlon with their "Silo House" which took seventh place in the competition. Twenty other schools competed from five countries. The Silo House featured four cylinders connected by a courtyard. The students used Gold Bond® High Flex® Gypsum Board to build the walls of the concept home.

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Duke Energy Headquarters

Duke Energy relocated its headquarters to the second-tallest building in Charlotte, North Carolina. The energy giant's building contains wallboard which started at its own power stations just across the river. The wallboard was made of byproduct gypsum from four Duke steam stations – Marshall, Allen, Cliffside, and Bellews Creek – at the Gold Bond Building Products, LLC Mt. Holly Plant.

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Gladding Residence Center at VCU

Completed in 2018, the 12-story Gladding Residence Center at VCU is a sleek, 356,000-square-foot complex. Blending traditional materials with contemporary aesthetics, it has dramatically expanded the university’s housing capacity. This impressive facility was completed by a public private partnership team, including American Campus Communities, Clark Nexsen, Ayers Saint Gross and W.M. Jordan Company. The residence center achieved LEED Silver certification.

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