Raleigh-Durham International Airport in Morrisville, North Carolina, has been serving travelers since 1938. To help modernize its aging Terminal 1, though, it underwent major work that included specifying proprietary metal wall panel products.
When it comes to insulating a facility, insulation addresses two important goals—maintaining a consistent interior temperature and preventing moisture from forming and collecting via condensation. There are several different materials and ways to protect a roof, including fiberglass, rigid board, and insulated metal panels (IMPs).
The creation of the Mosaic Village project in Charlotte, North Carolina, not only provided Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) with a new dormitory to increase its student housing, but it also helped to revitalize the city’s historic West End.
Built with efficiency in mind, an electricity provider’s new West Virginia data center is environmentally conscious, both inside and out. The FirstEnergy WV’s operations headquarters in Fairmont is one of three regional transmission control centers that manage the company’s 32,186-km (20,000-mi) network of high-voltage transmission lines.
Touted as “Hawaii’s number-one craft beer,” the award-winning Maui Brewing Company has expanded to a 3900-m2 (42,000-sf) insulated metal panel (IMP)-clad facility to meet an overwhelming demand. After nearly a decade of brewing, the company required a more energy-efficient, sustainable facility to stay consistent with its brand.