Products at Work

It's one thing to read about new products, it's another to learn about how and why those products are used in a real-world application. Why did the Building Team specify the product? How did it benefit the project? Did the team run into any issues when installing the product? These are the types of insights offered in our Products at Work case studies. To submit a case study for consideration, please email David Barista, Editor-in-Chief, [email protected].

The Insulated 7.2 Panel combines a 7.2 rib panel design with a polyurethane foam core.

September 20, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Maximizing daylighting strategies on Federal Office Building 8, the exterior renovations entail replacing a large portion of the existing limestone faade with expanses of glazing.

Architects | June 11, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Airolite louvers can be specified to meet any airflow, sound or water penetration requirements.

Architects | May 02, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

The theater interior used 1,114 sq. ft. of brass Plank mesh as infill panels on the front of the balcony boxes and as stair railings in the lobby.

Architects | April 24, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Existing and new metal roofs are typical substrates for PV systems because they can be installed without penetrations of the metal roof panel.

Architects | April 13, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Recent upgrades to the I-Codes call for continuous insulation.

Architects | April 06, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Desigo Fire Safety and Cerberus PRO portfolios provide facility owners and system specifiers comprehensive fire protection tech

Architects | February 24, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Eddie's house is recognized as the smallest structure, and the only doghouse ever designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Building Owner | January 30, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

The block includes a blend of raw materials to produce an insulation material with a low thermal conductivity.

Brick and Masonry | January 15, 2012 | Tim Gregorski

Not requiring adhesives, tiles can be removed and reused repeatedly to create distinctive flooring designs.

Building Owner | December 20, 2011 | Tim Gregorski

The solar PV system is designed to provide approximately 70% of the facilities peak electricity consumption.

Architects | December 13, 2011 | Tim Gregorski

By applying the patented acetylation technology, the wood may be used for exterior applications, including screens, outdoor furniture, windows, and exterior doors, while still maintaining the species' aesthetic qualities.

Architects | December 08, 2011 | Tim Gregorski

Anti-Fatigue Technology features molded, inverted cones that support, collapse and return in key pressure zones, providing higher energy return and resulting in all day standing comfort and support.

Brick and Masonry | December 05, 2011 | Tim Gregorski
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