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Browse our collection of short-form, educational videos describing products, design considerations, applications, installations, energy-saving and money-saving strategies. Video Vault can be searched by CSI category, keyword or manufacturer.

Sefar - Bal Harbor Shops

 

The roof was built for Bal Harbour Shops’ inner courtyard, an event space that required a retractable solution to shield from rain or harsh sunlight, improving the shopping experience.

Echelon Masonry - Phoenix Fire Station 59 Larry Enyarts Story

"We designed Station 59 with careful consideration of what these dedicated people do all day, every day,” says Larry Enyart, FAIA, LEED Fellow and Principal Architect of LEA Architects. “They live there, work out there and need to quickly be able to get to their trucks to respond to emergencies. Everything about the building needed to facilitate their needs." Watch the video to gain more insight from Larry Enyart.

Echelon Masonry - The InsulTech Story

EchelonTM Masonry is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of the construction industry by investing millions of dollars annually in the research and development by our industry leading R&D team and facility. The Insultech™ ICMU (Insulated Concrete Masonry Unit) Wall System is one such development. This 100% thermally broken masonry unit offers high thermal efficiency using pre-assembled structural units and a BASF Neopor® insulation insert -achieving a 15.2 R value.

Sound Proofing Hotel Windows Near a Roaring Train Track

Inside the Blueprint travels to Alexandria, Virginia, to discover how a hotel builder managed to figure out how to keep the outside noise of the roaring D.C. Metro train line from disturbing guests -- before ground had even broken on the project.

St. Cloud Window, a second-generation women-owned business founded in 1952, was the company that completed this monumental task. A leading designer and manufacturer in aluminum windows and door products for more than 60 years, St. Cloud created six inches of space between insulating and attenuating glass to ensure maximum comfort for hotel guests. As any traveler knows, no matter how good the continental breakfast or how cozy the bed, if outside noises keep you awake at night, the chances of a return visit to a hotel are slim to none. St. Cloud Window provided a highly effective solution to a complicated project.

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