Revere Copper Products' EverGreen architectural copper develops a real patina through the company's proprietary manufacturing process, which duplicates and accelerates the metal's natural aging. The material, which Revere insists requires no maintenance, can be installed as exterior wall cladding, roofing, or architectural detailing. Clark just speced EverGreen on a new project. “We use a lot of metals in our architecture, but copper doesn't turn green in Texas,” he says of the decision. “I'm excited to try this.” Revere Copper Products, 800.448. 1776;

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