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Miami September 10, 2015

Methods & Materials

Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum Storm Hardening Case Study


Seafood Industry in Biloxi‌

Wooden Piers and Structures


Oyster Lugger

Oyster Shucking Oyster Crates


Seafood Industry in Biloxi…


Seafood Industry in Biloxi‌

Corrugated Metal Roof Clapboard Siding


Old Museum

before Katrina‌.

1934 National Register 1934 National Register


Hurricane Katrina

August 29, 2005...


Old Museum

1934 National Register

In Ruins‌.


IN CONTRAST


YHC 300 Curtain Wall

2005...


Hurricane Katrina

•  Casino not built to impact standards and suffered $125 million damage

August 29, 2005...


Hurricane Katrina

Tenth Anniversary...


PROJECT SCOPE


Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum…

•  Project Architect

H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture, NYC

•  General Contractor

GM & R Construction Company, Inc.

•  Glazing Contractor

A1 Glass Service Inc., Covington, LA

•  Architectural Aluminum

YKK AP America Inc.


The Nydia – built in 1898…. Johnson Shipyard Back Bay Biloxi, MS •  •  •  • 

Highest Craftsmanship Renowned for fast ships Closed in 1906 Nydia only remaining “Johnson Boat”

Baldwin Wood

courtesy of Tulane University Special Collections

•  Inventor of waterworks pumps in New Orleans •  Owned Nydia 1904 – 1956 •  Died at tiller of Nydia


DESIGN

CHALLENGES


Storm Surge‌.


Ship in a Bottle??‌.


Protect Artifacts …. YHC 300 Curtain Wall Thermal Performance VUE 1 - 50 on #2 Surface

3” x 8” Back Member

LMI - 0.090” SentryGlas LMI Spandrel – 0.090” PVB SMI – 0.060” PVB


Recall Your Roots...


Meet Energy Usage Goals‌.


attached to Horizontals...


Anchor Plate...


Anchor Plate...


Anchor Plate...


Anchor Plate...


Custom Anchors...


MARITIME & SEAFOOD INDUSTRY MUSEUM TODAY


courtesy of Lucas Schmermund


courtesy of Lucas Schmermund


Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum‌


Maritime & Seafood Industry Museum…

Greg Galloway ProTek® Brand Manager greggalloway@ykkap.com

courtesy of Lucas Schmermund


Point Cadet or “The Point”... Johnson Shipyard

Methods and Materials Panel presentation  
Methods and Materials Panel presentation  

Methods and Materials Panel presentation by Greg Galloway (YKK-AP), Facades+ conference Miami 2015