Broadway Pier

Location: San Diego, California

Morin SLR-16 Metal Roofing in PPG Regal White

Morin F-12 Metal Walls in PPG Regal White

Morin Y-36 Vertical Metal Walls in PPG Vari-Cool Jamaican Reef

Morin Y-36 Horizontal Metal Walls in PPG Vari-Cool Polar Flare

Products Used

MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects with its 2012 Chairman's Awards – October 9, 2012

Category: Municipal

Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier

The Port Pavilion project features new colors and applications on a traditional structure. The 52,000 square foot structure adds a passenger facility plus space for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection services to the existing pier. Sustainability was a driving force on the project, which is expected to receive the USGBC's LEED Silver certification. Metal was selected for its light weight, forgiving nature to seismic movement, timesaving installation, recycled content, recyclability, and low maintenance. The striking visual appearance is achieved with color-shifting coatings on the metal wall panels. The wall and roof coatings also meet cool-roof requirements.

According to the MCA judges, the project was chosen because of the use of conventional materials in a very creative way to create a modern looking building originating from a 90-year old pier.

Morin, A Kingspan Group Company, provided metal wall and roof panels and PPG Industries manufactured the coatings. The architect was Bermello Ajamil & Partners, Inc. and the general contractor was Jaynes Corporation. Challenger Sheet Metal was the sheet metal installer.