Aluminum is a very young metal, extracted for the first time in 1854. The first well-known application in buildings dates back to 1898, when the dome of San Gioacchino’s Church in Rome was clad in aluminum sheets. Aluminum can be installed in a mill finish and does not require a painted finish in most cases. It will weather to a dull gray depending on the environment.  Aluminum is now utilized for a host of applications in building and construction and is the material of choice for exterior wall and roof cladding. Contact your local Morin sales representative to learn more about the benefits of single skin panels roll formed in aluminum.

Georgia Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium - Atlanta, Georgia, USA