Ambrico’s Complements Open-Air Shopping District

When construction began for The Mall at Partridge Creek in Clinton Township, Mich., the experts at Ambrico were consulted to develop brick siding that would deliver the appearance of traditional brick at a more reasonable price. The results were elegant store fronts enhanced with Ambrico’s veneer brick for greater durability and an appeal of warmth. Ambrico’s brick panels were attached …

Ambrico’s Enhances Comerica Park, Home of the Detroit Tigers

The American Brick Company (Ambrico) provides commercial builders and homeowners with an alternative to full-thickness brick. When the Detroit Tigers moved out of their long-time home at Tiger Stadium and into Midtown’s newly built Comerica Park, the stadium lacked an original look and feel of authenticity. But the veneer brick experts at Ambrico (http://ambrico.com) knew exactly how to utilize their …

Ambrico’s Utilized in Restoration of the Historic Detroit Opera House

Veneer panels provide an elegant renovation option with all the luxuries of traditional brick. WARREN, Michigan, September 13, 2010—Veneer brick pioneer, Ambrico (http://ambrico.com),has successfully restored the Detroit Opera House’s exterior with its remarkable EZ Wall® System. Located on Broadway Street in the heart of Detroit, the five-story opera house was established in 1922 as the fifth largest theater in the …

Second Baptist Church of Detroit

Thin brick pioneer Ambrico (http://ambrico.com) has completed the restoration of the Second Baptist Church of Detroit in just 10 weeks, providing Second Baptist with a historically accurate look while preserving an important part of the nation’s past. Located in Detroit, Michigan, in the Greektown cultural district, the historic, multi-story Baptist church and office space included three building add-ons to the …

McDonald’s Chooses EZ-Wall for resturant renovations

When McDonald’s decided to update the look of their restaurants, they decided on the timeless look of Brick. The issue? The restaurant’s did not have the foundation structure to support full width brick. In addition, with thousands of restaurants to update, they needed to find a solution that was proven, quick to install, and decreased risk of faulty installation. McDonald’s …