We are very excited to be part of this leading industry event again this year and pleased to be showcasing our latest projects,
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
Schöck, leading provider of innovative building solutions, is pleased to be attending BuildingEnergy 15. BuildingEnergy 15 takes place March 3rd-5th in Boston, MA and is the premier gathering for sustainable design, high performance building, and renewable energy professionals. Schöck will be highlighting its Isokorb® thermal break project for Watermark Seaport as well as two recent projects for UMASS in booth #636
The BuildingEnergy 15 is hosted and organized by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), a leading membership organization advancing sustainability in the built environment. The show attracts over 3,500 professionals across all building and energy sectors and offers three days of accredited and rigorous educational sessions. The show encourages open and honest discussions with a forum to ask tough questions and get honest answers.
The issue of thermal energy loss will be front and center on Tuesday March 3rd in the Managing Moisture to Achieve Long-Life and Low-Maintenance session. The session will discuss designing green buildings for durability and longevity. “We are very excited to be part of this leading industry event again this year and pleased to be showcasing our latest projects,” said Matt Capone Sales Manager, Northeast of Schöck.
Schöck will be highlighting its latest thermal break project including the Watermark Seaport project in Boston’s Seaport District. The project utilized Schӧck Isokorb® structural thermal break technology for a concrete cantilever balcony overlooking the pedestrian walkways. The Schӧck Isokorb® thermal break will help to conserve energy costs as well as ensure the durability of the structure and the comfort of its occupants.
Schöck will also highlight its latest projects for UMass. Schöck contributed to the Life Sciences Laboratory sustainable design with its Isokorb® product providing a structural thermal break connection at the canopy which helps retain energy in the building while also preventing condensation, and mold which could cause damage to the interior finishes. The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has also completed the installation of Isokorb® structural thermal breaks in their second project, the Champions Center. Isokorb® thermal breaks are included in the structural steel beams contributing to the high energy performance of the building.
Visit Schöck at the BuildingEnergy15 show at booth #636
For more information please contact Schӧck USA Inc. at 855 572 4625 or visit http://www.schock-us.com.