Building Science

Two scientists have developed a system that reportedly applies graphene to various substrates in a smooth, even layer. 

While net-zero energy, water, and waste buildings remain a lofty target for many builders and architects, the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) wants to push the industry even further.

Johns Manville, a leading building products manufacturer, announced the addition of CI Max® White insulation to its complete line of building insulation products.

Dow Chemical expects Europe's chemical industry to face a competitive disadvantage against U.S. rivals which pay far less for electricity and raw materials.

The American Chemistry Council’s Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) is proud to recognize Premium Spray Products for achieving a key worker safety milestone.

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is pleased to announce the release of the Program Opportunity Notice (PON) for the Pathways to Zero Grant Program.

Knauf Insulation in Shelbyville, Ind., agreed to acquire the fiberglass and laminated building products segments of Guardian Industries.

Dow Chemical Co.’s global vice president polyurethanes Mark Bassett urged members of the polyurethane industry to collaborate more.

With Douglas Elliman Development Marketing launching leasing for The Stack, Manhattan’s first modular residential building has hit the rental market.

It seems builders shifted their focus in 2013 from alternative energy back to the wide variety of products that help creative interiors and exteriors come together.