The Sojourner Apartments at Rutgers University

The Sojourner Apartments at Rutgers University

Megapanel Facade Systems

Island’s mega-panel façade integrates light-gauge stud framing with punched glazing and a multitude of finish options, to create a highly-versatile unitized enclosure. Each panel begins as a full-welded steel frame and is wrapped with a proprietary extruded profile, allowing large-format panels to be installed completely weathertight, without the need for scaffolding and caulking. Project-specific insulation, thermally-broken girts, and rainscreen cladding (folded/formed plate, composite metal, terracotta, stone, thin-brick, among others) are applied in our climate-controlled factory setting, with QA/QC checks built into each process. After being shipped to site, the mega-panels are installed by crane, enclosing as much as 400sf of façade per unit. Island’s pre-fabricated mega-panels leverage existing performance testing, thermal data, and extensive mockup fabrication & testing – to create bespoke façade systems that are truly unique.

 
 Congress Square Hotel

Congress Square Hotel

 City Point

City Point

 Via Verde

Via Verde

all-inclusive facades

We've been fabricating our megapanels for nearly two decades and have adapted them to meet the design and sustainability expectations of today's design professionals. Our panels include the highest quality components: light-gauge structure and frames, sheathing, AVB membranes, insulation, finish materials, windows and glazing, as well as custom exterior details such as louvers and balconies.

 Example of an Island Megapanel with terra cotta finish.

Example of an Island Megapanel with terra cotta finish.


Other Facade Systems

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Curtainwall Facade Systems

Specialty Facades

Specialty Facade Systems

Load Bearing

Load Bearing Facade Systems