The team responsible for bringing any building to life faces increased pressure to deliver on energy efficiency and design innovation. Construction professionals today must consider a wide array of variables when selecting the optimal building envelope product, such as climate in the region, how the building will be used, how it will consume energy based on all these conditions, and its appearance.
Research conducted by Connor and researcher colleagues at the University of Alaska sought to expand the understanding of how both rigid foam insulations (XPS and EPS) perform over time when confronted by harsh conditions in below-grade applications. The most recent study, conducted in 2019, built on previous findings from research done in Alaska and Canada, examines the use of insulation in roadway embankments and airport runways.
JGMA turned to thermal-performance-meeting polycarbonate panels instead of glass windows for its KLEO Art Residences project located in Chicago’s Washington neighborhood in order to furnish an environment conducive to creative pursuits.
The goal of this article is to help specifiers and designers know what project needs drive the facing profile, gauge, color, and insulation thickness selections for IMPs, as well as the best applications within the range of options available.
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