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The following projects showcase just a few successful building envelope solutions from Firestone Building
Products. To see additional profiles, visit our online portfolio.
310th Air Space Wing
Colorado Springs, CO
The construction of the new 310th Space Wing Headquarters in Colorado Springs, CO, required a long-term, maintenance-free facility. As such, the facility would provide a clean, well-maintained environment that subscribes to the Schriever Air Force Base Green Energy Efficiency policy. The 28,000 sq. ft. facility features the Series 1200 Wall Panel System in Alucobond 4-mm covering 10,887 sq. ft. and UNA-CLAD™ champagne metallic UC-6 Roofing Panels (22-gauge prefinished steel) covering 462 sq. ft., to create the clean look the building owner requested. SBS UltraWhite™ modified bitumen cap sheet and membrane provides the heat reflectivity to save energy costs and meet the facility’s Green Energy Efficiency policy.
Brigestone Americas Technical Center
The Bridgestone Americas Technical Center was built to LEED® Gold specification. The roof of the 265,000 sq. ft. facility is composed of two layers of 2″ Firestone ISO 95+ GL mechanically attached insulation, one layer of ½” Firestone ISOGARD™ HD Coverboard, Firestone fully adhered 90-mil RubberGard™ EcoWhite™ Platinum™ EPDM backed by a 30-year Firestone Platinum™ Warranty, and topped with SkyScape™ Vegetative Roof System, SkyPaver™ Walkways and vegetative roofing. Additionally, the building features many Firestone Metal Wall components such as: S4500 Aluminum Panel Rainscreen System, Flat Lock Stainless Steel Wall Panels, UC-600 Aluminum Exposed Fastener Panels and more.
Central DuPage Hospital Convenient Care Center
Glen Ellyn, IL
The new Central DuPage Hospital Convenient Care Center features 13,000 sq. ft. of fully adhered 60-mil Firestone UltraPly™ TPO. The Glen Ellyn, IL, medical center also features 900 sq. ft. of Firestone Series 1000UC composite wall panels, 2,900 sq. ft. of Firestone UC-500 flush soffit panel system, and 3,400 sq. ft.of 24-gauge prefinished steel 7.2-inch corrugated custom-fabricated herringbone panels.
University of Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium
When the University of Minnesota (UM) decided to build a new football facility, school officials wanted to construct a “green” venue. Due to a city-based campus and limited green space, the primary challenge was creating a sustainable and durable stormwater solution. After researching viable options for the project, the university selected the Environmental Passive Irrigation Chamber (EPIC Chamber™ System) from Firestone. The system collects rainwater and runoff, filters pollutants and slows the rate of water flow into the nearby Mississippi River.
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