In order to maintain hygienic cleanliness inside the facility, smooth, continuous wall surfaces with a minimum number of joints, indents or protrusions is desirable.
SAFTI FIRST supplied a single glass unit comprised of non-slip rated Starphire tempered laminated Glass with 1/8” Non-Skid White Dots from Oldcastle insulated to custom SuperLite II-XL fire resistive glazing.
In multi-level buildings, the upper floors exert force upon the lower floors and can cause cracking of the drywall where the lower floor wall meets the ceiling, especially when the upper floors are subject to variable load, impact, or other unexpected forces.
The developers of the recently opened Asheville City Center sought out a cost-effective design that met code requirements while still allowing the building to feel open from the outside.
The design team made the most of the structure’s strengths — like the alignment and shape of the window openings and skylights, which allow abundant daylight to penetrate deep into interior spaces.
The challenge of a large space, mixed materials and intricate design were met by a highly skilled, INSTALL-trained team.
With brownsites, the real trouble lies in the unseen: namely the hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants that remain in the soil.
Breault Roofing created a way to make the installation process more efficient by requesting mostly tabless sheets and fastening the membrane with induction welding to the purlins instead of a regular mechanically fastened system onto the pan.
Formerly plagued with broken heating and air systems, as well as the need to turn closets into offices, the new three-story, 50,000 sq. ft. headquarters opened in 2016 at a cost of approximately $5 million.
The Bricker Residence required a retrofit that was designed to have fan coil units located in each of the suites, and a new piping system to supply heating and cooling water in a two-pipe switch-over system.