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This fast-track high school project transformed a 1920s-era abandoned industrial building into a LEED Silver building that won awards for its adaptive reuse. Its gleaming, color-morphing facade utilizes a high-performance skin consisting of a rain screen technology and spray insulation. The contractor retained RRJ to perform a peer review of the architectural drawings and specifications related to air and moisture control of the exterior wall sections and waterproofing details of the high-performance skin.
Additionally, RRJ conducted site observations of the existing conditions of the roof and window installations for quality assurance.
Scope of Services
|Client||McShane Construction Company|
|Team||Kenneth Lies, Sarah Flock|
|Services||Investigation + Repair Services, Peer Review Services|