Panels of regal and sky blue on Consumer Direct Care Network’s new four-story headquarters in Missoula, Montana, were added last minute to give the building “a little more punch,” explains Marie Wilson, AIA, LEED BD+C, of In2itive Architecture of Missoula.

“We made a change very late in the building process, after the windows were already installed,” Wilson explains.

M by Citadel Architectural Products, the metal composite panels consist of two aluminum skins bonded with a thermoset phenolic resin core, adding flexibility during installation. 

“Consumer Direct Headquarters continued to grow throughout the design process and when considering a myriad of alternative envelope products to maintain the aesthetic goals, Citadel MCM panels offered great flexibility, custom color options, as well as a one stop shop for panel transition profiles,” says Wilson.

Swank Enterprises served as the installer on the project. For more information on Citadel Architectural Products, visit 

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