Author: Russ Miller-Johnson
Talk about feeling like you have a partner in combatting thermal bridging.
I’ve recently designed with Isokorb structural thermal connections on an upstate New York hospital addition and a New Hampshire 180,000 square feet office and manufacturing facility with a high-performance envelope. Having a specifiable product has helped with the push to get these projects actually built.
While the common sense – “Oh, Yea,” – reaction is not new among Architects and Mechanical Engineers, there seemed to be relief that one proven product can be specified – as opposed to a rag and bone shop of structural parts (or nothing, not even insulating inside) as in the past.