CASE STUDY

Anne Springs Close Greenway Welcome Center in Fort Mill, SC

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Building Type: Multi-Use, Municipal, new construction

Solution: ArmorWall Vapor Permeable (VP) Structural Insulated Sheathing™

Sales Representative: Carolina REP

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Architect: 505 Design

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General Contractor: Myers & Chapman

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Installer: Incentive Contracting

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Case Study for Anne Springs Close Greenway Welcome Center in Fort Mill, SC

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Summary

The Anne Springs Close Greenway “Gateway” Welcome Center opened in the fall of 2019 to welcome guests to the 2,100-acre nature preserve and outdoor recreation site in Fort Mill, SC.  The new 6,300-square-foot welcome center provides a “front door” for first time visitors and returning guests to the area.  Mid-way through construction during a rainy spring season, the architect and general contractor realized that a different building enclosure system was needed – one that could be installed in wet conditions – in order to prevent the project from falling further behind schedule. Once they learned about ArmorWall Vapor Permeable (VP) Structural Insulated Sheathing™, they knew it was the right material for the job.