Skanska USA Building, LLC
New York, NY
Over 16,000 sq.ft. of WrapShield SA Self Adhered Water Resistive Vapor Permeable Air Barrier Sheet Membrane was installed on the new STEM building on the campus of Clark College. WrapShield SA Self-Adhered was easily installed during the windy, wet and un predictable winter weather conditions in Washington.
When installed as part of a continuous air barrier system WrapShield SA Self-Adhered contributes to the overall energy efficiency of the building.
VaproShield products contribute to LEED points and will help the structure achieve LEED Silver certification.
At 70,000 sq.ft., the $40M STEM building is the largest building on campus and features one of the largest cadaver labs in the state as well as laboratories, classrooms and study space.
Read the article “Clark College’s STEM Building gets finishing touches.”
WrapShield SA Self-Adhered (orange) WRB/Air Barrier offers high drying capacity easily withstands the windy, wet weather conditions of Washington. WrapShield SA Self-Adhered does not require any primers, preventing exposure of toxins to installation crews. Photo credit of Amanda Cowan, The Columbian.
WrapShield SA Self-Adhered is the first vapor permeable WRB/Air Barrier self-adhered sheet good membrane to be Red List Chemical free as per the Living Building Challenge.