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  • Up on the Roof!

    Lindsay Pope has been working hard in the office on our latest daylighting project, The Met in South Atlanta. Project Manager, Ian Strickland, decided to take Lindsay on a field trip to the jobsite to admire their work... from the roof! After climbing a 30' ladder (safety first) and sweating through record heat (hydrating), Lindsay thought the experience was "so cool!"    When complete, The...

  • Ra-Lin Breakfast & Learn

    Thanks to Ra-Lin and Associates for hosting Jason of W.S. Nielsen for an early morning Breakfast & Learn in Carrollton, Georgia. At 8AM, no one wants to sit through a slide reader, we like to get folks involved and hands on with products.  General Contractor, Ra-Lin, specializes in Education, Hospitality and Healthcare - all perfect sectors for WSN canopies and trellis.   A breakfast & learn is a...

  • Kingspan Light + Air Visits the South

    When any of our manufacturers come to Atlanta, we roll out the red carpet and turn on the southern hospitality.  Great dinner out at our local, Casa Nouva, Alpharetta, with Chicago based Kingspan Light + Air President, Bill Hogan, and Sales Manager, Izabel Strons - plus the WSN Team.  Great food, conversation, business development strategy and laughs on tap!    We appreciate our partnership with...

  • AIA ASPIRE, Ashville

    WSN and Parasoleil recently exhibited at the AIA Aspire conference in downtown Ashville, NC.  Aspire was a new form of tradeshow which utilized many venues and open spaces throughout the city centre. Jason from WSN was a keynote, speaking on the subject of Pattern Mapping for Lasting Design and architects were challenged to find & draw patterns from Ashville during their experience.    Denver...

  • Greenscreen prevents Graffiti

    WSN furnishes greenscreen throughout the southeast.  There are many reasons owners want a greenscreen system – Reason no 8: Graffiti Prevention!   We can install greenscreen to existing buildings. When the 3d steel trellis system fills in with mature vines, the surface of the building is no longer exposed.  It’s also no longer a canvas for graffiti artists. In places like South Atlanta...

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