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March 2022 | Volume 85 | Issue 3
Volume 85 | Issue 3
A California insulation contractor utilizes the benefits of trade associations and networking for continued growth.
The 14th Annual Walter F. Pruter Project of the Year Awards recognizes projects that exemplify the union construction work of the Western Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association contractor members and their partners.
A guide to preparing brown coats for different types of finish textures.
How other trades affect fireproofing’s hourly rating, and why you can’t ignore it.
What does it mean to soundproof an area? How exactly do you do it?
New study reveals key insights about residential sound isolation.
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The built environment is truly only as good as the sum of its parts, and as the demands of the spaces where we live, work, learn, and play increase, the materials and products that comprise them must evolve with those demands. So, too, must the means by which we test, measure, and verify the efficacy of these products.
The panels were used as exterior wall cladding on this 166-foot-tall building consisting of 10 stories (a two-story base, and an eight-story tower).
Situated within the picturesque Southern Appalachian Mountains surrounding Cullowhee, North Carolina, the 600 acres of this university’s campus provide one of the most beautiful college settings in all of America. And just this past September, that scenario became even more exquisite.