American Geophysical Union Headquarters
Next Level Technology Integration Designed To Reduce Energy Consumption
The American Geophysical Union headquarters is located in Washington, D.C. The 62,000 square foot building will have the newest advancements in modern technology. The building renovations will feature a new meeting and conference room area. In addition, all rooms will include fiber optic lighting, a waste heating recovery system and a living wall that filters and treats indoor air. Consequently, these items reduce energy consumption making the building an energy efficient one.
Type of Work
This type of job requires the use of spray foam insulation because it’s easy to apply. Spray foam is also designed for installation construction configurations using common materials such as wood, metal, and concrete. Spray foam is applied to the exterior surfaces and wall cavities inside most commercial buildings. Besides acting as an insulation, it’s also an air barrier. Spray foam insulation stops building deterioration, leaky air, and moisture penetration.
Spray foam insulation tightly seals every nook and cranny of a building. It’s also water resistant and has an indefinite lifespan. This allows a business like the American Geophysical Union to enjoy the benefits of spray foam insulation for years to come.