Soundproofing Maryland Luxury Apt Units, One At A Time
Developers of the 44-story tower at 414 Light St. near the Inner Harbor broke ground on the project on March 15, 2016, with the goal of opening in March 2018.
Once completed, the $160 million tower will hold 394 luxury apartment units, 40,000 square feet of outdoor and indoor amenity space and retail space along the first floor. Apartments in the new building will start at 520 square feet and the rent will start at $1750 per month. For more information on this state of the art facility read more by visiting the bizjournals.com
for further details regarding its impact on the local community.
Scope of Project
A modern multi-family unit such as this needs an experienced building envelope company with over four generations of experience that understands the importance of getting the job done on time and within budget.
No matter the size of the building it’s necessary to understand the material that’s protecting its structure from the inside out. Cameron Building Envelope Specialist
used a combination of mineral wool and closed cell spray foam
across the entire project site.
The spray-applied polyurethane foam insulating air barrier system
helps to provide maximum energy efficiency, durability and occupant comfort, health and safety.
The Roxul acoustical fire batt is semi-rigid batt insulation designed specifically for interior wall, floor, and ceiling applications. This stone fiber based insulation is made from natural stone and recycled content. It’s a green product that provides superior sound absorbency and fire protection for overall occupant comfort and safety. The material used for the project will absorb sound and acts a fire retardant. These barriers will allow the building to have a controlled airflow which, in turn, complements the building’s insulation systems and allows them to function properly.