Fabral Project of the Year

Turning Metal into Monuments

Every year, we recognize and reward those who’ve built exceptional structures using Fabral products. Who knows, maybe next year’s winner will be you. Stay tuned for contest dates.

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2018 Winners
Agricultural|Architectural|Copper|Light Commercial|Residential|
2017 Winners
Agricultural|Architectural|Copper|Light Commercial|Residential|

2018 Agricultural Winner:
Brooks Farm - Waupaca, WI

Company Name: Forest Construction

Contractor / Installer: Forest Construction

Products and Colors Used: Grandrib 3 in true black and brite white

Case Studies/Project Spotlights

Since 1967, top firms have called on our expertise and products to bring their large and small projects to life. The proof is in these case studies.

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MacArthur Squash Center

McArthur Squash Center

McArthur Squash Center at Boar’s Head Sports Club is the home of the Virginia men’s and women’s squash teams. After an extensive planning and review phase in 2011, the University formally announced a gift agreement with the Quantitative Foundation to fund the construction of a state-of-the-art squash facility for the UVa men’s and women’s teams.

University Prep Academy

With high ranking test scores, a top curriculum and teachers dedicated to their students, University Prep Science and Math School is one of the Detroit area’s most promising public charter schools. When their building needed new construction work, architecture firm Gunn Levine Associates was hired to design something not only esthetic but also green.

PTA Thrift Store

The $5.1 million expansion created 26,600 square feet of retail and office space in two buildings – roughly three times the size of the original store. The goal behind renovations included growth for local support for schools, increased jobs, and a pleasing community meeting space. The project included a community plaza and a larger, 71­space parking lot, covering 1.4 acres on four tracts.

Tavern on the Green

New York City’s Tavern on the Green in Central Park is one of the city’s most recognized restaurants. The Victorian Gothic structure underwent a number of alterations over the years. In 1934, it was converted into a restaurant, and over the next seven decades, the building saw continuous expansion.