ArmorWall Structural Insulated SheathingTM has quickly become the industry’s leading building envelope product thanks to its ability to meet and exceed code and specification requirements quickly and cost-effectively. Learn how ArmorWall is helping architects, designers, general contractors, installers and owners across the country with these select project highlights!
Pinnacle Cardiovascular Associates Medical Facility in Opelika, AL
Pinnacle Cardiovascular Associates broke ground on a new facility in the East Alabama Medical Center on September 6, 2019 to offer physicians more space and technology. The new 37,700 square foot, two-story facility needed to be built quickly – in just eight months – leaving Architect J. Douglas McCurry looking for solutions. Mr. McCurry reached out to MaxLife for assistance in designing a building envelope system that would meet code requirements and eliminate the traditional grid (z-girt) system.
Click here to learn how ArmorWall Symmetrical Panel (SP) and Vapor Permeable (VP) Structural Insulated SheathingTM were specified for the project and installed quickly, saving a wealth of time and money.
Medical Office Building in Boiling Springs, SC
In the fall of 2019, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare Systems began construction on the first of two new medical office buildings to support the healthcare needs of the growing local community. The first building was constructed using a common building envelope system called GREENGirtTM, which is a glass reinforced z-girt system commonly used in metal stud buildings. For the second building, the project team planned to use the same system that began construction in early 2020. But then, the rain came. Weeks of rain, to be precise. Weeks of construction delays began to mount up and the project team needed solutions to get back on track for both time and budget. Fortunately, MaxLife Industries’ National Sales Manager, Beau Preston, had been in touch with the project team and introduced them to ArmorWall Structural Insulated SheathingTM. When they realized the immense time and cost savings available by switching to ArmorWall, they made the change. Only a few weeks later, 15,000 sf of 2” ArmorWall Vapor Permeable (VP) arrived from our manufacturing plant less than two hours away. Following a short and simple training with the installer, the building envelope system was installed in just 3.5 weeks – an amazing 6 weeks ahead of schedule.
Click here to learn how ArmorWall helped this project get back on track by saving time, money and reducing the number of required inspections.