| Articles containing 'OFFICE' |
| 1-story exterior of the refurbished Mercy Medical Hope Crisis Center in Freeport, New York |
Metal Wall and Roof Panels Transform A Crisis Center Into a Community of Hope
| 2015 Education Program Combines the Best of 25 Years with the Newest Trends for Business |
METALCON’s 2015 Education Program Combines the Best of 25 Years with the Newest Trends for Business Success
| A Powerful Winner: Nebraska Public Power District Norfolk Operations Center, Norfolk, Nebraska |
A Powerful Winner: Nebraska Public Power District Norfolk Operations Center, Norfolk, NE
| A Spectacular Streetscape for a Hotel and Office Building |
| Agreement Made to Manufacture ViperStud Drywall Framing System |
Marino\WARE and California Expanded Metals Company (CEMCO) announce today that Telling® Industries, LLC has signed an agreement to manufacture the ViperStud® Drywall Framing System under license.
| Alberto Gonzales to Deliver Keynote at METALCON 2010 |
Alberto Gonzales, Former U.S. Attorney General, to Deliver Keynote at METALCON International 2010.
| An Office Renovation with a Dimensional Flutter Wall using Dri-Design Tapered Series Panels |
An Office Renovation with a Dimensional Flutter Wall
| ATAS Celebrates Customers and Projects at Customer Appreciation Day |
ATAS Celebrates its Customers and Their Projects at Customer Appreciation Day
| ATAS Historic Project Wins Two AIA Awards |
ATAS International, Inc. was honored that one of its historic renovation projects received two awards from the American Institute of Architects Greater Columbia Section.
| ATAS Joins as Member of The Climate Registry |
ATAS joins government and industry leaders as member of The Climate Registry. ATAS to measure and manage carbon emissions.
| Bob Berkebile Selected as Keynote Speaker |
Bob Berkebile Selected as Keynote Speaker for 19th Annual METALCON International Conference and Exhibition
| Capitalizing on the Green Economy |
Incentives Abound for Sustainable Construction and Retrofit
| Celebrating 50 Years of Building Envelope Technology |
Celebrating 50 Years of Building Envelope Technology
| CEMCO & MarinoWARER Form Eastern-States Sales Agreement |
California Expanded Metal Products Co. has entered into a formal agreement with Marino\WARE for Marino\WARE to manufacture and sell SureBoard in the eastern United States.
| Cost Segregation Studies |
Creating rapid prefab depreciation results
| Curved Screen Enhances The View |
The artistic shade screen on the new Science and Humanities Building at the Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, CA, offers a pleasing break from the ordinary for students looking through it and for passers-by looking at it.
| Dawn Solar Systems is Bringing Its Products to the Solar Bay at METALCON |
| DECRA® Roofing Sponsors Historical Restoration Project |
DECRA® Roofing Sponsors Historical Restoration Project, Red Antiquities Building
| Distinctive, awesome and bold was design goal for the new corporate campus of Adobe in Lehi, Utah. |
Bold Design for LEED Gold Headquarters
| Distribution Agreement Teams Dawn Solar's Thermal Systems with Englert's Standing Seam and PV |
Distribution Agreement Teams Dawn Solar's Thermal Systems with Englert's Standing Seam and PV
| Dri-Design Creating a Corporate Presence for restaurant supply company KaTom |
Dri-Design Creating a Corporate Presence
| Dri-Design's Shadow Series Brings Sustainable Style to Longwater Place |
Dri-Design's Shadow Series Brings Sustainable Style to Longwater Place
| Eight Building Projects Honored with MCA's 2015 Chairman's Awards |
Eight Building Projects Honored with MCA's 2015 Chairman's Awards
| EuroStone Sustainable Acoustic Tiles Have New Distribution Network with Flex-Ability Concepts |
EuroStone Sustainable Acoustic Tiles Have New Distribution Network with Flex-Ability Concepts
| Fall Protection In The Steel Erection Industry |
This is the story of Brian Snipes, an ironworker from Colorado who I met at a major project for Intel this year.
| FIELD TECHNIQUE: Reroofing Decisions |
Options homeowners need to consider.
| FIELD TECHNIQUE: Roof In The Wind |
Metal Roof Systems Can Weather The Storm
| FIELD TECHNIQUES - Why Didn't I Think Of That? |
Retrofit framing structures over new flat roofs.
| FIELD TECHNIQUES: Creating Savings With Solar |
Examining the Benefits of Transpired Solar Collectors
| FIELD TIP - Are You Sure Your Onsite Roll Forming Equipment Is Certified? |
Typically, an onsite roll former purchased by a contractor comes with a UL Certificate obtained by the manufacturer.
| FIELD TIP - How To Survive and Prosper In The Erection Business |
When asked by the publisher to write this column, I decided to deal with the legal aspects of the business in order to benefit experienced and newer erection companies, as well as general contractors. In the process I will refer to some techniques as they relate to liabilities.
| Five New Companies Join the MCA |
Five New Companies Join The Metal Construction Association
| Flex-Ability Distributor Locator Added to Website |
Distributor Locator Added to Website
| Florida Ice Center with Superior Insulation Values and Stable Interior Temperatures |
Creating a Florida Ice Center with Superior Insulation Values and Stable Interior Temperatures
| GBI Announces New Building Certifications |
Green Building Initiative Announces New Building Certifications
| GKD Metal Fabrics Featured in Major Tokyo Art Exhibition |
Show Honors International Leader In Design, Dominique Perrault, Using Metal Fabric
| Green Building - Detroit Lions |
New facility for Detroit Lions is LEED certified and metal savvy
| Green Courses Approved by GBCI |
Green Courses Approved by GBCI
| Harrismith Galvanizing & Steel Products |
We are opening a Hot-Dip Galvanizing and Lip Channel and Purlin manufacturing plant in Harrismith, South Africa in April, 2005. This will be the first Galvanizing and Purlin and Lip Channel factory in the Free State Province.
| Innovative Kalzip System Highlights Cal Poly Recreation Center |
Innovative Kalzip System Highlights Cal Poly Recreation Center
| Innovative new Kalzip FC facade system |
Innovative new Kalzip FC façade system features bi-directional installation and single panel replacement
| International Event Partners on Job Training |
International Event Partners with State and Atlanta-area Initiatives on Job Training/Opportunities and Health Support
| Introducing Kalzip Inc. |
Effective February 2, 2009, the Kalzip business unit of Corus Building Systems will become Kalzip Inc. and no longer operate under the Corus Building Systems Inc. name.
| Is Design-Build Good for Metal Contractors? |
The last two decades have seen a dramatic shift in how the construction industry
approaches project delivery. Design-bid-build was once the norm, now owners in
both public and private sectors are evaluating alternative project delivery
systems like design-build.
| Kalzip adds warmth and style to bank renovation |
| Kalzip forms a welcoming wave at Oklahoma University Children's Hospital |
Kalzip forms a welcoming wave at Oklahoma University Children's Hospital
| Kalzip Forms Unique Curved Metal Roof |
Kalzip forms unique curved metal roof on new University of Quebec á Chicoutimi arena
| Kalzip helps turn massive parking structure into attractive building element |
2000 McKinney is a 21-story office complex in the Uptown District of Dallas, a busy, developing area of commercial, residential, and retail establishments.
| Kalzip Highlights Steven Spielberg Building |
Kalzip highlights Steven Spielberg Building on Cedars Sinai Health System's Los Angeles campus
| Kalzip Inc. Provides Enhanced North American Manufacturing |
Kalzip Inc, has had a presence in the North American market for several years. In May 2006 it opened its Michigan City facility to provide faster delivery of its unique custom products to the North American market while continuing to offer the same high quality design and engineering capability it is known for worldwide.
| Kalzip Meets ASI Limited's Design and Business Needs |
When ASI Limited President Ken Smith learned about Kalzip’s perforated aluminium facade, he realized it was something that would work well on the new headquarters building his company was planning.
| Kalzip offers architects more options for designing with metal |
Through sessions offered by Kalzip Inc., design professionals throughout North American have been learning more about the capabilities of metal and ways in which it can help fill design needs and boost business opportunities.
| Kalzip Systems Can Help Contribute Points to Green Standards |
Architects, building owners and specifiers looking for ways to create more eco-friendly structures are turning to Kalzip roof and cladding systems.
| Kingspan Envelope First Approach to Net-Zero Energy Buildings |
An integrated design approach to net-zero energy buildings begins with Kingspan’s energy efficient insulated wall and roof systems, enhanced through Energy Conservation Methods and accelerated by renewables such as Kingspan’s newly launched KingZip™ powerpanel.
| Kingspan Insulated Panels Showcases Net-Zero Energy Modeling |
Modeling Programs Used to Illustrate Envelope First Energy Efficiency Strategies
| Legal Insurance: A New Way To Hire An Attorney |
Sometimes you know you need an attorney. If you're party to a lawsuit, forming a business, or charged with a criminal offense, chances are you'll seek out a legal professional to represent you.
| Look for ME at Industry Events, Social Media & METALCON |
Look for ME at Industry Events, on Social Media and at the 23rd METALCON International
| LSS Metal Buildings |
We wanted to inform you of the new addition to our company (Livingston and Son Services, LLC), which is LSS METAL BUILDINGS. We would like to have the chance to provide your company the buildings you need.
| Marino\Ware & StructSoft |
Marino\Ware and StructSoft to Deliver BIM-Compliant Framed Walls and Ceilings in Revit
| Marino\Ware Announces Partnership with Pliteq |
Marino\WARE announces a partnership with Pliteq to carry the GenieClip Impact and Airborne Sound Control Clip
| Marino\WARE First Company to Announce Third Party Code Compliance |
Marino\WARE® is the first company to announce Third Party Code Compliance Certification from either of the two major industry associations for STRUCTURAL & NON STRUCTURAL Stud & Track.
| MarinoWARE and CEMCO |
Marino\WARE® and CEMCO receive ATI Evaluation Service Code Compliance Research Report (CCRR-0154) verifying that ViperStud meets the IBC & IRC building codes.
| MarinoWARE's ViperStud receives ICC-ES Report |
ICC-ES ESR # 2620 Verifies the ViperStud Drywall Framing System; Viper25, Viper20S (Select), Viper20D (Deluxe) meet the IBC 2006 Code.
| MCA Announces Triumph Awards Winners for 2016, honoring metal construction industry champions. |
MCA ANNOUNCES TRIUMPH AWARDS WINNERS The Best of The Metal Construction Industry
| MCA Elects 2011 Board of Directors & Officers at Annual Meeting |
The Metal Construction Association (MCA) elected its 2011 Board of Directors and Officers at its recent annual meeting in San Diego, CA.
| MCA Elects 2013 Officers & Board of Directors at Annual Meeting |
MCA Elects 2013 Officers & Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
| MCA Elects 2016 Officers & Board of Directors at Annual Meeting |
Metal Construction Association Elects 2016 Officers and Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
| MCA Elects Officers & Board of Directors @ 2014 Annual Meeting |
MCA Elects Officers & Board of Directors @ 2014 Annual Meeting
| MCA Recognized its 2014 Chairman's Award Recipients |
Metal Construction Association (MCA) Recognized its 2014 Chairman's Award Recipients
| MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects 2012 |
The Metal Construction Association (MCA) recognized its 2012 Chairman's Award recipients today at METALCON International, the only annual conference and exhibition dedicated to metal construction products, technologies and solutions. The Chairman's Awards are an annual designation given to outstanding building projects involving MCA member companies.
| MCA Recognizes Outstanding Building Projects with its 2010 Presidents Awards |
The Metal Construction Association (MCA) recognized its 2010 President's Award winners at its Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA in late January.
| MCA Welcomes Four New Member Companies, adding to its existing 75 member roster |
The Metal Construction Association Welcomes Four New Member Companies
| MCA Welcomes Honeywell & Rigid |
Metal Construction Association Welcomes Honeywell Flourine Products and Rigid Global Buildings as Members
| MEDIA ALERT: METALCON International |
METALCON International, the annual Conference and Exhibition for the Construction Industry
| Meeting the Needs of the General Contractor |
One of the main challenges for erectors is building strong relationships with
general contractors. The general’s job is to make sure that the project is
successful and the owner is satisfied. Thus when it comes to the core structure
or exterior of the building, the general contractor needs an erector who is up
to the task.
| Metal Construction Association Elects 2012 Board of Directors and Officers at Annual Meeting |
Metal Construction Association Elects 2012 Board of Directors and Officers at Annual Meeting
| METALCON Education Program Highlights Busy Areas for Metal |
METALCON Education Program Highlights Busy Areas for Metal
| METALCON Introduces New Conference Format |
METALCON International Introduces New Conference Format of Education, Empowerment, Excellence
| METALCON Marks its 25th Anniversary with a Huge Success |
METALCON Marks its 25th Anniversary with a Huge Success
| METALCON Programs Highlight Opportunities in Green and Government Markets |
METALCON International is known as an innovative event that always brings something new to the market – products, technology, ideas, and programs.
| More Qualified Buyers Attended the 21st Annual METALCON |
More Qualified Buyers Attended the 21st Annual METALCON International – the Whole Building Show
| New Features and Highlights at the 2014 METALCON |
New Features and Highlights at the 2014 METALCON
| Office hub renovation with a Tapered Installation |
Classy City Renovation with a Tapered Installation
| Park Square at Doral Uses Products from GKD-USA |
Park Square at Doral uses products from GKD-USA in a creative design for new parking garage. Company’s Metal Fabric Contributes to Garage’s Aesthetic Quality and Ability to Withstand Hurricane Force Winds
| Perforated aluminum from Kalzip adds dramatic element to award-winning green building |
The Ben White Branch of the University Federal Credit Union (UFCU) in Austin, TX uses curved panels from Kalzip to create a unique but highly functional element of this dynamic green building.
| PRESS RELEASE: New Reps Join the Flex-Ability Concepts Team, Bringing Construction Expertise |
New Reps Join the Flex-Ability Concepts Team, Bringing Construction Expertise
| PRESS RELEASE: Office Renovation Makes an Outdated Space More Marketable |
Office Renovation Makes an Outdated Space More Marketable
| PRESS RELEASE: Zinc Enhances the Learning Environment at an Urban Library |
Zinc Enhances the Learning Environment at an Urban Library
| Providing a Single-source Solution for a Milwaukee Airport's stunning new baggage claim area |
Providing a Single-source Solution for a Milwaukee Airport
| Qualified Buyers, Optimistic Exhibitors, and New Features - a Successful 2009 METALCON International |
Qualified Buyers, Optimistic Exhibitors, and New Features Create a Successful 2009 METALCON International
| Refurbishing Self Storage to Maintain Leadership |
When Thomas I. Shields, Sr. observed the existing self-storage situation in the Waynesboro, Virginia area back in 1975, he liked what he saw. Why? There were no serious competitors. In fact, he would be the first developer of this new concept not only in his local area but also in the surrounding region.
| Renovating, Expanding & Streamlining: All with a New Look |
Renovating, Expanding and Streamlining: All with a New Look
| Renovation Addresses Design and Safety |
Renovation Addresses Design and Safety
| RETAIL: The Whole Picture |
Metal Shines on an Organic Grocery Store
| Rigid Building Systems Expands its Western Regional Office in Denver, CO |
February 14, 2005 - Rigid Building Systems expands its Western Regional Office in Denver, CO. Announces Staff Additions
| Somero Introduces the Mini Screed C Laser Screed |
Somero's technology and innovation produces a tougher Laser Screed for residential and small commercial markets.
| SSMA Annouces Officers Re-election |
Steel Stud Manufacturers Association Announces Officers Re-election
| Stainless Steel Building for Fairfield, CT |
New Compost Building by BEHLEN Industries LP is made from stainless steel.
| Steel Stud Manufacturers Association Announces New Officers for 2012-2014 |
Steel Stud Manufacturers Association Announces New Officers
| SteelMaster - Buildings that Reflect your True Nature |
SteelMaster was founded by a group of Virginia Beach businesspeople, including Rhae Adams, Sr., in February 1979. Originating in the southeastern United States, SteelMaster spent its early years developing designs and specifications that would satisfy the agricultural and residential markets such as hay and animal shelters as well as small shops and garages.
| Sunlife Systems International, Inc. celebrates their 30-year anniversary |
Sunlife Systems International, Inc. celebrates their 30-year anniversary as a pioneer in roof restorations for industrial & commercial markets.
| Sustainability drove many design decisions to serve as an example of a thoughtful public space |
Landmark Design for Edmonton Library
| Technology and Construction - Year End Review - 2002 |
Every company doing business in this world can benefit from technology.
Manufacturers can use computers during the design, build, service and
support phases for thier products. Contractors and Erectors can use
computers, digital cameras and wireless products to help with bidding,
job costing, accounting, quality control, jobsite communication, etc.
| The Importance of As-Installed Insulation
The technical advances and product innovations in many areas of the
construction industry during the past decade are truly incredible. But as a
result of this remarkable progress, some segments of the industry are falling
behind and need to catch up. One of those lagging areas in metal building
construction is the complex, technical process of specifying the thermal
envelope for metal building systems.
| To Answer Your Questions |
Sept. 5, 2000 to John Wyatt, BNP.
| Transitioning an Expanded LEED Gold Community College Space with Metal Panels |
Transitioning an Expanded LEED Gold Community College Space with Metal Panels
| Transitioning an Expanded Space with Metal |
Transitioning an Expanded Space with Metal
| Trident Technical College - Dri-Design Wall Panel System |
A Sustainable Teaching Tool: Trident Technical College
| W.P. Hickman Co. & Umicore Bldg Products Partner to Manufacture VM Zinc Perimeter Edge Metal... |
W.P. Hickman Company and Umicore Building Products Partner to Manufacture VM Zinc Perimeter Edge Metal Products.
| Wall Panels to the Rescue |
American, Blue, Cheddar, Feta, Gouda, Mozzarella,
Parmesan, Ricotta, and Swiss—the alphabet of
cheeses can make your mouth water! While the
average American has been known to consume 29 pounds
of cheese in a year, few of them consider the process that delivers
cheese to their doors.
| West Coast Customer Service Rep Named |
West Coast Customer Service Rep Named
| Why you need Employee Drug Testing |
According to the Drug-Free Workplace Act, 47% of workplace accidents are drug or alcohol related. If you don't have a substance abuse policy and drug testing/screening program in place, consult your attorney immediately and get one in place as soon as possible. Your business, and your conscience, will be much better off.
| Wolverine Building Receives 25th Million Dollar Builder Designation |
Grand Rapids – (September 14, 2004) Wolverine Building, Inc. has been named Million Dollar Builder by the Buildings Division of Butler Manufacturing Company, the world leader in the development and manufacture of metal building systems.
| Ask the Expert Questions containing 'OFFICE' |
| Q: My husband and I are preparing to build our very first home. Due to the fact that we raise animals for a living, we have planned to erect a medium sized metal building before beginning construction of the house. Rather than continue paying rent, we have toyed with the idea of closing off a portion of the "shed" into a living area while the house is being built. Regardless, the shed will have to be insulated and heated/air conditioned and plumbing run for the animals and our office (a small kitchen would just end up being a bonus!) Do you believe this is a feasible alternative, and if so, what are some of the considerations when undertaking a project like this? By the way, we live in San Antonio, so the climate is very temperate.
A: Mrs. Royer : In a word ? Absolutely ! BUT, be sure you clear everything with local building code compliance
PRIOR spending much money--also any deed or neighborhood restrictions. Can Temp living quarters be
allowed ? Looking to the future, can such remain in place to serve your business needs AND perhaps, down the road become the "maids quarters" or even for elderly parents detached housing? Get every approval you can so that value is maintained--then, build it.
My own home is steel purlins and deck--on Cols. and masonry walls---with hung acoustical ceilings that give me immediate access to running new wiring, plbg. pipes etc. anywhere without damage or problems.
Insulate that area, drywall or wood panel the walls, hang the ceiling and ...
| Q: What is the best method to do an office buildout inside of a metal building? Would it be metal studs attached to the inside of the building with a gyp board finish? Do you happen to know of where I can find a wall section showing this this detail, the connection to the building in particular. Thanks for the help. |
Assuming non-structural walls (no mezzanine) typically we use a 1” metal furring channel against the outside girts and 3.5” steel stud framing, 16” o.c. for the interior walls with 5/8” gyp over. Any local engineer should be able to provide you with those details and they would typically be part of your permit submittal anyway.
If the walls are structural and designed to support a second floor deck our framing would depend on the loads used on the second floor, the span needed for the largest rooms and which crews we might have available for framing. We might use steel framing or wood depending on the cost of the framing package.
Steel is a bit noisier in general and if you use TJI’s for joist often it is just easier to do i...
| Q: i built a 6000sf metal building i divided it to 4 1500sf units i did a 7' high store front and 3x5 fixed glass around the other 3 sides i also built out 2 of the units as offices all the windows get condensation on them on the inside and mold has started to grow on the dry wall does the building need roof vents for air flow? any advice? |
You have a fairly complicated question. The first thing I would do is confirm the windows are not leaking or the sill track is not holding water.
Next if condensation is the issue then, is the unit occupied? If not run the a/c even though the unit is empty. This will lower the realitive humidity inside the space.
Condensation normally will occur on the warm moist side of the building. In a southern cliamate that is typically the outside not the inside.
If this is occuring in the area where there are no offices then you may need to add ridge ventilation. Recently constructed buildings have not been installing ridge vents in Florida because there have been none with Florida Product approval. So despite the fact they...
| Q: I have a 100x150' metal building which was built as a health club in 2000. Can we retrofit the building to add additional height to the building? We would like to bring in bounce-house type play equipment and need at least 16 foot ceilings. Our peak is 16 ft but many areas are offices, etc., with lower ceilings. We are zoned 2 story commercial so the question is simply if the walls and ceiling can be added to. Thanks. Sue |
This is probably the single most difficult thing you can do to a pre-engineered metal building. It is typically easier and less expensive to add to the existing building with a taller portion.
That said anything can be done if you are willing to spend enough money. I would get with a local "design build" metal building contractor and discuss you needs and let them provide some options to you.
Everyone is pretty hungry these days so this would be the time to get a great deal.
Roof Hugger, Inc.
| Q: We are renting an office building with a metal roof / metal trusses with brick veneer siding. The area above our ceiling and the metal roof is not insulated. Our heat and air bills are crazy. The owner says insulation is not necessary - what do your experts say???
Will be waiting for your answer. Thanks! |
I say "balogna" it is however to late to insulate the metal roof without a lot of gymnastics and $$$. The easiest thing for you at this point is to get a minimum of 6"-10" of batt insulation above your acoustical ceiling tile. The batts can be ordered precut to the size of your tile, 2x2 or 2x4.
If the building does not have ridge vents, add them, you can also add fans in the walls. I actually perfer adding intake fans that blow air into the building in leiu of the traditional exhaust fans. Exhaust fans if not balanced correctly will create countless roof leaks by reducing the pressure within the building.
Intake fans with ridgevents and fixed louvers at the worst will add a positive pressure and not affect the roofs perf...
| Q: Have metal building that we built offices in. Have no ventilation and have no way to put soffit vents on building. How should we properly vent building. Can put ridge vent on but with no soffit how do we get air inside to move hot air out ridge vents? |
Yes you can put a ridge vent on without soffit vents. It won't be as efficient but metal buildings are typically not completely air tight. So the ridge vents will help, additionally if you have access to the gables you can add fixed louvers near the peaks of the gables. This will create an air intake for the ridge vent(s) and should induce a nice chimney effect for the hot air.
Roof Hugger, Inc.
| Q: I have a 60's Armco steel building with a standing seam type roof-- j-panel prhaps?
The building has office type rooms framed up inside of it. The roof panels have a 4" standing seam that are structural. These panels rest directly on the outside verticle walls, with no space for insulation between the wall and roof panel. Over time the roof panels have rusted away just above the walls where the heat escapes to the roof and melts the snow, causing an ice dam of sorts. I have patched these areas and then had the whole roof coated with elastomeric Sherwin Williams paint (it was dry ice blasted first). Can you recommend a way to insulate and seal this "wedge area" between the roof and attic floor? All of this is accessable. There is a little... |
I wish I could give you a definitive answer but without a picture or detail I am not 100% sure what you are looking at.
I recall the old Armco panel ribs were facing inward and attached to the girts or horizontal beams. It seems to me if they accessible from the inside that spray on insulation could be applied or rigid insulation could be hand cut and fitted into the pan areas of the panel.
It sounds to me from your description that this may not be possible.
So if that is the case a photo would be good to take a look at the conditions.
Send your picture to me at email@example.com if you have one and I'll take a looks to see what might work.
Roof Hugger, Inc.
| Q: I have a metal building construction office building with R-19 roof insulation with vapor barrier on inside of the building. The space above the ceiling is used as a return air plenum. The local code officials said the roof had to be R-30 to meet the city energy code. The architect added 6" fiberglass batts without vapor barrier below the existing insulation. The building owner says this will cause moisture collection at the existing vapor barrier and mold. I say it will not due the the movement of air through the plenum and the air temperature being at about 75 degrees and 50% RH because mold is less likely not form at about 60% RH or less and the HVAC unit will remove any moisture when the air is returned to the unit by refrigeration... |
I don't have any first hand experience with an assembly like this. I would agree with you however there should be no moisture accumulation in the conditioned cavity even in a warm moist climate. 2 comments however:
1)I would check with a local mechanical engineer or moisture control expert in the Dallas area and discuss this assembly; again I have never seen this assembly in 30yrs of Florida construction (a similar enviornment).
2)I would also check with the engineers about "free glass fibers" in this type of system. Loose glass batts tend to shed fibers when they are not contained in some way. Is the actual intake at the air handler filtered? Do the glass fibers create a risk of any kind?
Roof Hugger, Inc.
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Invitation to Bid
Rural King Supply
5985 Hwy 31 West
Radcliff, KY 40160
We are asking for bids
Friday, March 4th, 2016
preferably by 1 PM Central
Ground - up
"103,757 Sq. Ft
Vestibule = 960 Sq. Ft.
Sales Floor = 73,033 Sq. Ft.
Office = 3,276 Sq. Ft.
Storeroom/ Shop = 7,691 Sq. Ft.
Shipping = 1,890 Sq. Ft.
Unfinished = 16,907 Sq. Ft."
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Warrendale, PA 15086
| Steel Building Erectors |
Double Diamond has been erecting buildings nationwide since 1969.
Manufacturing, office, warehouse, farm and ranch, industrial and self storage.
We have built using most of the major building suppliers.
| Virginia GC |
Pre engineered steel buildings
- equipment storage
- office buildings
- airplane hangers
- self storage units
- riding arenas
| Western design build advantage |
We are a development services, design/build, Construction Management and General Contracting firm based near Denver, Colorado but providing superior service across the United States. In the past 26 years we have helped hundreds of clients successfully complete over 4,000,000 square feet of commercial and industrial buildings and thousands of acres of site development achieving the most value for the lest cost including over half a million square feet of aircraft hangars, airport office space and ancillary facilities.
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