Norfolk State University Selects NCFI's PU Spray Foam to Construct its Library

SpecialChem - Aug 30, 2011

One of Norfolk State University's largest new building projects, the 132,000sf Lyman Beecher Brooks Library, promises to be a healthier and more comfortable place to study, learn and meet, thanks to help from InsulBloc spray foam insulation by NCFI Polyurethanes. The library was designed by Moseley Architects and built by S.B. Ballard Construction to LEED standards to reduce energy and water use, improve indoor air quality, and promote the wise use of materials. The design also called for increased wall and roof insulation to reduce energy costs. Frank Hughes, Insulation Specialist with Applied Energy Saving Systems (AESS), the Mount Pleasant, SC-based firm selected to insulate the library, says more architects,...

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