A Paradigm Shift in Specifying Temporary Structures

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This article for construction specifiers assesses why and when to consider temporary buildings as an alternative to permanent construction, renovation, or leased existing space. Decision-making criteria, including category options, financial and site considerations, as well as technical information on energy-efficiency, usable space, roof loads, and wind ratings are examined.

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Innovations reduce air leakage for energy efficient rolling steel door

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Until recently, air leakage was not a consideration in the rolling steel door industry. It was thought to be an impossible task—how do you stop air from coming through a door that is slatted? However, as codes became more stringent regarding reductions in air leakage, it started limiting the ability for architects to specify the best closure product for their application.

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