Green Spaces

SOPREMA Biowall by Furbish

SOPRANATURE® and Furbish Green Roof Solutions:

At SOPREMA, the recent upgrades to headquarters exemplify commitment to sustainability and innovation. The existing roof with the new ECO3 granules and the expansion roof with the SOPRALENE 180 FR GR SG has not only enhanced the durability and performance of its roofing systems but also improved their environmental impact. The combined area of 133 squares across both roofs translate to a smog-fighting capacity equivalent to 180 trees, combating air pollution and promoting cleaner, healthier surroundings. Efforts extend beyond roofing materials, with the use of Chemlink sealants like Duralink 50 and Durasil in various applications. These high-performance sealants not only ensure superior protection but also adhere to stringent environmental standards, boasting low VOC emissions and odor.  

Additionally, commitment to green building practices is evident in the vegetated roof installations, which not only manages stormwater effectively but also enhances thermal performance; prolonging the lifespan of roof membranes. SOPREMA actively contributes to a greener, more sustainable future with 1,850 square feet of 926 SOPRANATURE® TOUNDRA BOXES.   

SOPREMA Head Quarters Green Roof

Adexsi Louvers and Skylights:

The integration of Adexsi louvers and skylights from SOPREMA Group companies has significantly enhanced the performance and comfort of the headquarters. Louvers installed on the east and west facades effectively manage solar heat gain, reducing strain on the HVAC system and improving occupant comfort by minimizing glare and excess heat. Similarly, Adexsi skylights were strategically designed to maximize natural daylighting in both the Headquarters and Research and Development areas, reducing the need for artificial lighting and lowering electricity usage. Enhancements such as low-e coating and glass frit on windows further improve performance by minimizing solar heat gain and glare. 

Adexsi louvers and skylights from SOPREMA Group
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