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Housing a collection of fragile historical artifacts next to a busy railroad track calls for special protective measures. Vibrations must be kept to an absolute minimum.
This stone wool insulation board is designed for use as an exterior continuous insulation in rainscreen wall systems.
This integrated system offers similar air and water protection of DuPont’s Tyvek CommercialWrap, but in a fluid applied form. The system is ideal for application on concrete, CMU, gypsum sheathing, and complex high-rise facilities.
This article by Ari Massefski of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reflects on the geology that helped build Washington, DC. This information is based on a more extensive USGS publication, “Building Stones of Our Nation’s Capital.”
Facility managers can access the latest information about the company’s piping systems through this new technology tool.
This UN Certified container is suitable for collecting and transporting oil-based paints and stains, paint thinner, degreasers, aerosol paints, household batteries, and other hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
Facility managers can search this database for information on wall systems and assemblies.
NIBS has released its “Guideline 3-2012: Building Enclosure Commissioning Process.”
This underlayment can be used when there is a long anticipated open time before the roof is completed.
TFM Managing Editor Anne Vazquez talks to the director of campus services at Presbyterian College.