Kingspan a global leader in Cold Storage and Controlled Environments announces the brand relaunch of HERCULES Controlled Environment Door Systems.
DeLand, FL. - Kingspan, an industry leader in the design, development and delivery of advanced building envelopes, is set to reveal the most significant advancement in insulated panel technology to date in the U.S.
Debuting November 18 at Greenbuild 2015, Kingspan's newest development IPN-Quadcore answers the thought-provoking query "Why Gray Matters". The insulated panel core will be the first in North America to be HFR free with superior levels of thermal, fire and overall environmental performance of any closed-cell material.
Sunwapta Centre is a versatile commercial property conveniently located in an active industrial and retail sector of Edmonton’s northwest region. The Centre is made up of three buildings on 22 acres totaling 407,000 square feet. It was designed to accommodate a variety of commercial needs including retail, industrial, and service providers requiring flexible spaces ranging from 5,000 to 200,000 square feet.
In Business, Location Is Key
The Centre's well-chosen location offers accessibility to arterial transportation routes, and is near a wide range of amenities and other retail centers. It is a busy destination for Edmonton businesses and consumers alike as it has already attracted big-league tenants that include Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse, LA Fitness, and McDonald's. As the remaining retail spaces fill, this already bustling commercial district continues to offer Edmonton's growing population more options every month.
The 2015 Pan Am Games were headed to Canada, but there were no nearby indoor velodromes (arenas for track cycling) that met international competition standards. To accommodate the Games, the cycling community and Canadian Government pulled their resources together to build a brand new Category 1-certified indoor 250-metre timber track to host the event. With a strict timeline in place, the new arena needed to open and functional in time to host test events prior to the arrival of the 2015 Pan Am Games. The Toronto 2015 Organizing Committee wanted to be sure the venue could function under a competition environment. The design of this project called for a continuous radius around the entire building along with vertical and horizontal applications. A building material that could satisfy each of these conditions was necessary for a successful project. And since there was only 12 months scheduled between project completion and the 2015 Pan American Games’ opening ceremony, and delays due to the harsh winter weather could play spoiler to the opening of the Games.
The 2015 Pan American Games were headed to Canada, and they were in need of venues, to host their events. Timing couldn’t be better as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League (CFL), were also looking to renovate their near century-old stadium. A deal was made and the two projects became one. Set to be completed for the Tiger-Cats’ 2014-2015 season, a new stadium was to be built and Kingspan’s KS Micro-Ribs panels were specified to help with the build-speed and sustainability of the multi-functional stadium.