Stanislaus County Emphasizes Rehabilitation
Dedicated on March 7, 2017, the recent Stanislaus County Public Safety Center expansion was a 4-phase project undertaken to increase the county jail’s housing capacity and provide better resources for mental health and medical care. Thermomass-insulated concrete panels were part of an overall design plan that emphasized a state-of-the-art approach to basic detention, as well […]
Thermomass Panels Erected Quickly on Aldergrove Rec Centre Project
The facility – with new pool, ice rink, and arena – is scheduled to be fully operational for Summer 2018.
Thermomass-Insulated Hospital Wins 2016 Precast Design Award
Mercy Health West Hospital is a spectacular example of the design possibilities available with insulated precast panels.
Washington University Students, Thermomass Partner on CRETE House
Sam Fox Design School teams with Engineering & Applied Science program for 2017 Solar Decathlon competition.
Built To Serve: Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center
This new Thermomass-insulated hospital was designed to provide the very best healing and care for Fort Hood soldiers and their families.
Featured Project – Toronto Concrete House
The clients wanted this concrete home to have a strong connection between indoor and outdoor spaces.
Thermomass Insulated Manufacturing Facility Featured in ENR’s Best Project Series
ENR selected colorado-based Value Plastics's medical-manufacturing facility as one of its 2016 Mountain States award winners.
Baby, it’s Cold Inside at Blue Ash Factory
The 70,000 square-foot distribution facility in Cincinnati features Thermomass-insulated cooler and freezer partitions.
Richly Furnished Home Frames Striking Landscape Views
The September 2015 issue of Dwell magazine takes an in-depth look at the House at Hanging Rock, past winner of the Australian Institute of Architects’ prestigious Robin Boyd Award for Residential Architecture. The home, designed by architect Kerstin Thompson, sits nestled in the hills about an hour north of Melbourne. It features a variety of natural materials […]
An Old House Gets a New Thermomass Basement
In a guest article for Green Building Advisor, Brian Butler recounts the process of installing a new Thermomass-insulated foundation under a historic Massachussetes home. After interior demolition and asbestos removal, the old home was lifted into place so an energy-efficient basement could be built to replace the crumbling old foundation. This job was a great […]