CASE STUDY

City of Mason Municipal Aquatic Center in Mason, OH

Building Type: Municipal, new construction

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

Sales Representative: REPS of Ohio

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Architect: Champlin Architecture

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General Contractor: Conger Construction

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Installer: Valley Interior Systems

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Case Study for City of Mason Municipal Aquatic Center in Mason, OH

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Summary

 In the fall of 2019, the City of Mason began demolition of an outdoor pool in order to make way for the construction of a new state-of-the-art aquatic center with both indoor and outdoor amenities, and an addition to follow, that would serve as a premier amenity for City of Mason residents.  The new center features a heated leisure pool, an enclosed 50-meter pool, a community room, a catering area and covered entrance that welcomes guests.  Like other projects where our products are used, ArmorWall wasn’t specified in the original design.  For this project, a traditional building enclosure system had been planned, but, a cost-benefit analysis performed once construction began revealed that a less expensive system was needed.

This is where ArmorWall Vapor Permeable (VP) Structural Insulated Sheathing™ came in.  When assessing ArmorWall, the project team determined that the slightly higher up-front costs of the ArmorWall product would yield $11,000 in total project savings through a faster installation time and less labor on the job, and an overall increase of 6 – 9% energy efficiency.