At the heart of building performance a building envelope has several critical jobs to preform, including keeping the rain out while controlling air leakage, vapor diffusion, and heat transfer. It should also look good while doing it.
“SO MUCH MORE THAN A BUILDING,” is how Bryant University President Ronald K. Machtley describes the school’s new Interfaith Center now crowning the campus.
To capture work in the growing market of high-performing, sustainable buildings, IMI is positioning BAC members and contractors as experts in the complete building envelope. The envelope lies at the heart of building performance, with responsibility for the critical functions of controlling moisture, air flow, vapor and heat transfer.
MASONRY SOLUTION: Controlling the Envelope
Mason contractor creativity delivers a unique exterior wall package.
When a company is named “Green Business of the Year,” a major overhaul of its headquarters is bound to be equally exceptional.