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.
Ohio Stadium is the fourth largest on-campus facility in the nation and the fifth largest stadium in the world. Unique in its double-deck horseshoe design, Ohio Stadium is both intimate and intimidating and only one of many buildings on the OSU campus where SOPREMA products are utilized.
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.
With nearly 3,000 rooms, the Paris Hotel & Casino is one of the largest properties in Las Vegas. SOPREMA provided a cost-competitive, UL Class A system with a 20-year labor and material warranty.
At 352-feet, it is among the tallest monuments. The world’s most massive Doric column was constructed by a multi-state commission from 1912 to 1915 “to inculcate the lessons of international peace by arbitration and disarmament”.
At Bowdoin Square, which is at the corner of Bowdoin and Cambridge Streets, is a white office building that has many interesting details throughout.
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.