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Each Insulspan® project profile reviews the construction location, objectives of the build, challenges faced, and goals achieved. Scan through our library and feel free to give us a call with any questions or request a quote for your own project.

Kickapoo Nature Center, Oregon, IL A nature conservancy visitor center demonstrates top notch energy-efficient design Kent and Kathy Lawrence knew there was only one way to build: green. These founders of Kickapoo/Mud Creek Nature Conservancy in Oregon, IL made it a priority from day one. To wit: ensure a reduced environmental footprint for the new...
Knettig – Village By the Sea The Village by the Sea Located in “The Village By the Sea,” Comox B.C., this hybrid timber frame and SIPs home is a new addition to the growing Insulspan family. “We decided to use laminated Douglas fir beams and posts for our house in Comox,” said Paul Knettig. “The house...
Writing on Stone Visitor Centre Insulspan® takes the LEED® One of Alberta’s most stunning natural settings is Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park. Located in Alberta’s southeast quadrant, the park features a rich landscape of grasslands. It also boasts a wide variety of animals, birds, and amazing hoodoos, as well as centuries old native stone carvings. It is...
LaRocque Residence LaRocque Residence - Fort Francis, Ontario, Canada Retirement dream home For Len and Betty Ann LaRocque, retirement was missing only one thing: the perfect home. For this reason, the couple spent nearly two years planning their retirement dream home on the shores of Rainy Lake in northwest Ontario. Energy efficient...
McDonald’s Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada McDonald’s contractor saves six weeks on build cycle with the Insulspan® structural insulated panel (SIP) system When Vancouver-based contractor Alfred Horie Construction (AHC) undertook the replacement of a McDonald’s franchise in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, John Paone had a radical proposal. Cut several weeks from the project timeline by replacing...
Mountain Equipment Co-op, North Vancouver, BC, Canada MEC selects Insulspan® SIPs for signature green retail building Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) has built a reputation for providing Canadians with quality outdoor gear. It also has a reputation for keeping environmental sustainability top-of- mind. MEC's products reflect the company goal of protecting the natural playground enjoyed by its customers....
Solana Condominiums, Whistler, BC, Canada Insulspan® SIPs boost energy efficiency of cutting-edge Whistler condos Rod Nadeau of Innovation Building Group has been designing and building energy-efficient condominiums and homes for over 25 years. In Whistler, British Columbia, Nadeau undertook his latest project, Solana. Solana is a 26,000-square-foot, 20-unit condominium complex. The design, as described by...
Not Just ‘Another Stack’ of SIPs Insulspan® Structural Insulated Panels Create Furniture at University of Michigan Furniture is not the type of project that comes to mind when you think of structural insulated panels (SIPs). However, for their large-scale furniture project, Ashley Bigham and Erik Herrmann thought of SIPs first. Their unique use of SIPs led...

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