SOPREMA®’s Liquid Membrane System ALSAN® RS 230 was installed at the storage facility where the students build sprinkler systems, wood sheds, waste water systems, test materials and participate in team-building and problem-solving activities
The facilities management staff at Michigan State University is responsible for over 17,000,000 sq.ft. of roofs. When the staff determines that a re-roof of one of the 580 buildings on campus is necessary, options are limited to known and trusted manufacturers that offer systems with superior in-field performance, such as SOPREMA.
Hazel Harvey Peace Elementary School is a point of pride for the 2010 Fort Worth Independent School District. The school district’s focus on sustainability and energy efficiency is enhanced with the use of the Soprastar® ENERGY STAR® rated reflective cap sheets.
San Francisco International Airport is the 13th largest airport in the United States featuring four modern runways. The new International Terminal opened in 2000 and had the distinction of being the largest terminal building ever built in North America. SOPREMA was able to provided a cost-competitive, UL Class A system with a 20-year labor and material warranty.
“With SOPREMA®, we knew we were assured of experience, quality and a solid reputation,” states Jim Justus. “SOPREMA’s multi-ply system provided superior puncture and tear resistance and their past history indicated the products would exceed the owner’s requirements.
The Treasury Building is the oldest departmental building in Washington and has had a great impact on the design of other governmental buildings. At the time of its completion, it was one of the largest office buildings in the world.
This award winning project is the direct result of the building owner’s resistance to using hot asphalt and torches on the roof. SOPREMA’s mechanically attached, self-adhered system was used to accommodate the building owner’s desires.
California Maritime Academy chose SOPREMA®’s SOPRALENE® SG cap sheet because it meets Title 24 cool roof standards. The California Energy Commission’s Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings establishes prescriptive requirements for cool roof materials in new construction or major re-roofing projects.
The Indiana War Memorial has had leak issues since its construction in 1924. The leak issues were addressed by using SOPREMA’s ALSAN® TRAFIK HP and SOPRALENE® Flam 180 & 250 membranes. The Memorial is no longer leaking.
Cleveland Clinic’s main campus consists of 41 buildings on about 140 acres near University Circle, Cleveland. They operate 14 family health and ambulatory surgery centers in surrounding communities and a multispecialty hospital and family health center in Weston, Florida. Various SOPREMA® systems have been chosen for their waterproofing needs.