During the project design development for the Greenhaven Golf Maintenance Facility the architect and general contractor worked with Molin Concrete Products Company to design an aesthetically pleasing, sustainable and economical building that would support the needs of the City of Anoka golf course.
Precast concrete colors and textures were coordinated by producing samples for the architect and the City of Anoka to review. By producing these samples, the owner and architect were able to better visualize the final appearance of the building.
The structure’s architectural precast concrete wall panels incorporate a brown color with multiple finishes to add depth and character. One of the finishes selected was an “Old Timber” form liner that resembles a wood board that might be found on an old barn. A water wash finish was chosen to add contrast to the simulated wood board portions of the precast concrete panels. Hollow core plank was also incorporated in the project to provide the required loading requirements for the storage areas that are located above the ground level spaces.