The projects listed here illustrate the many benefits that Thermomass insulation can provide.
Cabela's - Lehi, Utah
This outdoor sporting goods store combines design flexibility and energy-efficiency to create a sustainable, inviting retail space large enough to display just about anything.
CitiCard Processing Center
This data center required all of the usual elements - enhanced durability, advanced environmental controls, suitable aesthetics - plus there was the little matter of it needing to be up and running in less than six months!
The owners of Donnewald Distributing set out to prove that you could go green in the beer business where facilities traditionally consume a significant amount of cooling energy.
This downtown Detroit landmark offers a world-class arena for sporting events, conventions and concerts, plus durable and energy-efficient office and retail space.
NASA Propellants North Facility
As the new hub for fueling spacecraft on journeys to unlock the mysteries of the universe, NASA's new net-zero energy facility boasts a number of sustainable features.
This Austin school district wanted a building that was energy-efficient, long-lasting, free of mold and mildew concerns and designed to match other local schools.
St. Sarkis Church
For this Charlotte church, the pairing of Thermomass System NC and Tilt-Up concrete panels was the answer to its congregation’s desire for a space that was historically accurate, energy-efficient and cost-effective.
Located in the heart of the Napa Valley, the Turnbull Wine Cellars were constructed to serve a number of vineyards totalling 185 acres of several popular grape varieties.
UNF Social Sciences Building
Completed in 2006, the UNF Social Sciences Building was the first LEED-certified facility in Jacksonville and the first “green” building on the University of North Florida campus.
Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Printing Facility
A recent expansion to this newspaper printing facility is making headlines for moisture control, energy-efficiency and speed of construction.