Today, more and more companies are feeling the pressure to advertise to their customers and clients that they are an environmentally conscience, "green" company, and if they haven't then you are being left way behind. The problem with this is the lack of education and misleading information concerning the "green" movement and for that matter "global warming".
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Systems construction is an approach to construction that has been available to building owners and developers for many years. Also known as pre-engineered construction, systems construction offers surprising flexibility, sustainability, and value. As this video shows, your construction options are limitless when using system construction with the bonus of enhanced sustainability, quicker construction schedules, and lower construction costs.
Introducing the Butler Classic II Building solution from Butler Manufacturing out of Kansas City, MO. This product may not be the right fit everywhere but for the right building project in the right location this is a fantastic solution.
The time is fast approaching when the State of Wisconsin adopts the latest version of the International Building Code, and when that happens the requirement for continuously insulated wall systems will become a potentially expensive reality. Having a continuously insulated wall systems mean that any wall built in this State will need to have a continuous layer of insulation between the exterior finish of a building, ie.
Part 2 - Continuously Insulated Walls
The Energy Code for many States are becoming more stringent and that includes States like Wisconsin. There will become a point in the near future where the only way to meet these new and more stringent energy codes will be by incorporating some form of a continuously insulated wall system. Simply put, mee
By David C. Miller, President Anderson Ashton Design Build as it appears in the BizTimes online blog:
Architectural, engineering and construction firms have a long history of working with local governments to secure construction approvals and permits.