Building Science

Following the approval of local government authorities, BASF has completed the acquisition of GRUPO THERMOTEK, a leading waterproofing systems supplier based in Monterrey, Mexico.

Technology updates and changes in roofing, fenestration, and cladding products and strategies respond to the energy-efficient and high-performance demands of the marketplace.

As this infographic shows, when compared to other options, High-Density Polyiso cover boards offer many advantages.

A new guide has been published on the Department of Energy’s Building American Publication and Product Library that addresses various means of applying foam sheathing on framed walls in moderate climate zones. 

According to a new study, green construction is rapidly gaining traction among both single family and multifamily homebuilders across the U.S. in 2017.

This article takes a deeper look at some of the latest materials chemical manufacturing companies are developing to increase building resilience.

The best way to reduce the heat transfer from and to your home is with insulation materials. Insulation helps to form the thermal envelope of a house and can be categorized by its composition, form, structural contribution and more.

Dow Building Solutions, a global business unit of DowDuPont Specialty Products division, introduced a water-based, one-component sealant foam technology used to improve air sealing performance by creating a gasket between drywall and framing.

Icynene U.S. Holding Corp. has agreed to buy spray foam producer Lapolla Industries Inc. for $160 million. The buyer is backed by backed by private equity firm FFL Partners.

Arsenal Capital Partners announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell Accella Performance Materials, a leading North American specialty polyurethane platform, to Carlisle Companies Incorporated for $670 million.