Meticulous Detail Meets Higher Learning

Project: University of Notre Dame: Jenkins & Nanovic Halls

These two academic buildings, Jenkins and Nanovic Halls, at the University of Notre Dame house the colleges of global affairs, international studies, civil and human rights, international peace, global development, European studies, economics, political science and sociology in this185,000 sq.ft. space. Between the two, four-story buildings is a five-story tower with a CopperCraft spire at the top. The buildings’ exteriors feature different types of windows, buttresses, arches, and a CopperCraft turret. The meticulous detailing required forCopperCraft’s spire and turret helps these two buildings stand out on campus as beacons, welcoming students and faculty to class every day with the goal of changing the community and the world for the better.

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  • FINISH: Freedom Gray Copper
  • MATERIAL: Custom Turret and Custom Spires
  • INSTALLER: Dudeck Roofing & Sheet Metal
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  • Copper is available in a variety of finishes from the standard copper to a pre-weathered patina and freedom gray.
  • Product availability in 16oz, 20oz, 32oz and 48oz coil and flat sheet allows a designer and fabricator to design from a fresh and unique perspective.
  • On staff construction engineers are ready to help bring a design from sketching and planning to reality with professional project consultation.
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