Ten Penny Construction is well underway at the Durham Transfer Station. This interior office fitup for Waste Industries is a small but fairly complicated project. Complying with the NC Energy Code can be challenging for most buildings, but particularly so for pre-engineering metal buildings. In this instance, the use of closed cell foam insulation was required under roof and in some wall cavities to augment or replace the standard insulation that comes with these structures.
This is Ten Penny Construction’s first use of ‘Closed Cell Sprayed-in Foam Insulation’ on a commercial project. Technological and scientific advances continue to offer new and innovative solutions to a variety of construction related Materials along with their Methods of Application.
Sheetrock finishing work begins next week.