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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.

productsatwork_1310th 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.


productsatwork_2Brigestone Americas Technical Center
Akron, OH

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.


productsatwork_3Central 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.


productsatwork_4University of Minnesota TCF Bank Stadium
Minneapolis, MN

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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