Case Studies

  • Secure Solutions with Custom Appeal

    Designers and facilities managers know that lockers are much more than banks of boxes.

  • Travis Science Academy

    Travis Science Academy, formerly Travis Middle School, has undergone a renovation in more ways than one. 

  • Mid-Michigan Children's Museum

    At the Mid-Michigan Children's Museum, Sharon Exley, ASID, Architecture is Fun, Inc. helped to transform a car dealership into a children's museum with wow factor. The durability and strength of Wilsonart's Laminates can accommodate the 300,000 children that visit the museum each year, but the playfulness of the Wilsonart color palette make it appealing to both children and adults.

  • Fountaindale Public Library

    Fountaindale Public Library succeeds at being a hub for limitless learning, joyful interaction and cultural celebration.

  • The Dali Museum

    During the creation of the Dali Museum's retail center, marketing and design experts teamed up with Wilsonart to create a unique, not off-the-shelf look. 

  • San Antonio area hospital RE-COVERed

    A hospital in the San Antonio area says goodbye to years of use and hello to a quick, affordable and stylish new way to "do over" your space, with Wilsonart® RE-COVER™ Laminate. This combination of vertical grade laminate and adhesive create an innovative alternative to standard High Pressure Laminate (HPL) installation and fabrication.

  • Baylor Scott & White Children's Hospital

    Wilsonart helped Baylor Scott & White Children's Hospital in Temple, Tex. improve its design from good to great with a homey feel. Special features such as rounded edges and non-infectious surfaces provide for a great patient experience.
  • Boeing Employee Activity Center: Technical Excellence and Lifecycle Solutions

    Build Something Better. This guiding principle drives innovation at Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined.

  • Corvias Military Housing, Fort Sill

    For active duty soldiers, there is no such thing as part-time service. It is a lifestyle commitment for enlisted personnel and their families. Over the last 17 years, the Services, with authorization from Congress’ Residential Communities Initiative (RCI), have made a commitment to provide safe, attractive, affordable, modern communities and amenities for soldiers and their families. However, planning, funding and implementing the nearly constant cycles of renovation necessary to keep homes in large-scale communities up-to-date also requires commitment.