Honored Work Spans Expanded Southeast
Now marking its 16th year, ENR Southeast's Best Projects contest has been recognizing construction and design excellence from across the region. For most of that time, the contest focused strictly upon the publication's four-state coverage areas of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. In 2011, ENR's regional publications took the step of making our Best Projects contest truly national, which for ENR Southeast involved including projects located in the "outlying" states of Alabama and Tennessee as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
Dean Hall Insulation is honored to have been recognized in multiple awards and news articles for our outstanding work. Some of our recent accolades are presented here.
Clemson Stadium Variable Refrigerant System Gets Uniformed with Armaflex
Many diehard Clemson fans would gladly sit on a wooden crate and cool themselves with a hand fan if they had to in order to watch a game at the legendary Memorial Stadium (a.k.a. Death Valley). Others demand a far more luxurious game day experience. For these more affluent fans and their guests, Clemson recently completed a 25 million dollar renovation to over 90 Luxury Suites and Club Seating spaces inside the stadium. The renovation included the implementation of a new variable refrigerant volume (VRV) system for razor sharp climate control in these spaces as well as press areas and coaches' boxes.
South Carolina Contractors Insist on Armaflex for Historic Renovation at Converse College
Mechanical renovations to historic educational buildings are not for the faint of heart. Contractors usually have a narrow window of time to complete their work before the next school year begins and frequently face budget and accessibility issues along the way. Meanwhile, everyone on the construction team walks a fine line between preserving the past and implementing new technology and materials that are expected to serve the college for years to come.
AP Armaflex Black LapSeal in Furman Univeristy Lakeside Housing
Time shows no mercy to contractors who take on projects like the Furman University Lakeside Housing and Residence Life renovation in Greenville, South Carolina. Every moment counts when all work from demolition to interior painting must be completed in less than 90 days during the summer break.