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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.

Park Hill Duplex Let there be light (and beauty and comfort) On a hilltop lot with a view of the city, developer Ryan O’Connor decided to build a luxury duplex. “I wanted to do something special,” he says of his foray into the Calgary housing market. “I wanted a stunning building with the...
Pura Vida Pura Vida: Living the Pure Life with Energy Efficiency Although green and energy efficient homes have grown in popularity, they often carry a hefty price tag. But, mechanical engineer, Victor Zederej of Solar Homes, Inc., had a goal. His 4,500-square-foot Pura Vida (Pure Life in Spanish) demonstration home would be different....
Revelstoke Mountain Resort Day Lodge Spectacular Mountain Views Beneath SIP Roof Panels There is a newly-renovated and expanded post-and-beam Revelstoke Mountain Resort Day Lodge. It's the natural heart of a major recreational development in beautiful British Columbia. But few visitors to the lodge, with its 215-seat restaurant, espresso bar, and meeting areas, will ever know...
MinuteMan Commons MinuteMan Commons: multi-family project is a quick and efficient build with SIPs This four cluster, 3-story, 32 unit residential condominium complex is proof of the quick and efficient experience multi-family projects receive when building with SIPs. The Lincoln, MA buildings have a complete Insulspan® Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) System. This...
19th Century Green Home 19th Century GREEN Home Columbus, Ohio, USA Where others see an abandoned house, builder Dan Troth sees an important piece of American history worth saving. Troth stumbled upon a 19th century timber frame farmhouse outside of Columbus, Ohio. He promptly set out to preserve the hand-hewn timber frame by using...
A ‘zero-energy’ home is the goal Polystyrene blocks used to create walls (BASF Project) A `zero-energy' home is the goal Polystyrene blocks used to create walls Canadian firm made insulated panels for roof Dec. 26, 2005. 01:00 AM ANTOINETTE MARTIN NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE PATERSON, N.J.—On a hill over Route 20 here, dozens of businesses are collaborating to create something good for the...
Blunk Residence Passive Home built with SIPs in Batavia, IL Judd Blunk and his wife Cyndy began planning their new home in Batavia, IL. But, not just any home would do. The couple sought the ultimate home in both performance and style. Judd Blunk is an employee of a high-end German car...
Camp McLean, Langley, BC, Canada Camp McLean, Scouts Canada Along with helping children become well-rounded individuals, Scouts Canada supports environmental conservation. Children learn not only about themselves, but also how they can take part in caring for the earth. As a testament to this value, Scouts Canada decided to demonstrate their teachings on environmental care...

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