Category: Sustainable Solutions

Tremco for Your Building Envelope Solutions

Tremco has developed the most com­prehensive building envelope protection in the industry. Different projects, different solutions At Tremco, we understand that no two projects are exactly the same. That’s why we’ve created a full range of weatherproofing technologies and chemistries to meet any combination of design, performance and budget requirements.  From the foundation to the….

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Naval Hospital - Camp Pendleton, California

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Solving Construction Problems

Scottie Stinson, Bob Ochs and Brian Stroik from Tremco Commercial Sealants and Waterproofing presented at the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) training seminar at the Elkhorn Conference Center located at Fort Carson, Colorado.  The audience included over 40 representatives from USACE districts nationwide who are responsible for design reviews and performing daily quality assurance inspections….

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“Making Smart Connections” in Commercial Construction

The phrase “Making Smart Connections” can mean a lot of different things, but in the context of constructing a commercial building, it is mostly about connections that involve people and/or the building components that make up the structure. Either way you look at it, making smart connections is key to a successful outcome. Environment also….

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Designing high-performance buildings requires redefining the team and air barrier system requirements

When designing for healthcare, it is mandatory to design the most robust facility possible to manage air and moisture vapor infiltration.   A high-performance, sustainable building is dependent on a high-performance building envelope.  Achieving an integrated, high-performance building envelope, however, can be fraught with problems as the number of trades and products expands. The integrity of….

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Tremco Solutions for Parkland Hospital in Dallas

Tremco’s Proglaze ETA Engineered Transition Assembly was able to span the gap needed to accomodate the combined thicknesses of the continuous board insulation and limestone veneer to assure continuous, compatible performance between adjoining assemblies. The objective was to create a healthcare facility with a 50+ year lifespan to serve generations to come. The integrity of….

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TSCA Modernization Makes Historic Moment

June 23, 2015 marks a historic moment in the long journey for Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) modernization.  The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 2576, the TSCA Modernization Act of 2015, by a 398-1 vote.  The bipartisan vote by 231 Republicans and 167 Democrats is a leap forward in the multi-year effort to modernize….

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