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UMass at Amherst.

Champions Center.

Umass at Amherst completes a second building with structural thermal breaks. The Champions Center installs Schöck Isokorb®.

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Freedom of Design.

Steel Structures with Insulation.

Avoid condensation and energy loss with Isokorb® type S structural thermal breaks. A solution with simple installation.

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Balconies that Perform.

Structural Thermal Breaks.

Thermal bridging in concrete slabs causes cold floors and moisture issues. Isokorb® type CM is the ideal solution.

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Irish Distillery Stays Dry.

Preventing Thermal Loss.

Read about the Irish distillery that aims to prevent thermal bridging while doubling production with the addition of a new production plant.

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Design Breaks:

Innovative Building Solutions.

Read this month's thermal bridging solution: Cantilever Slabs at Stairways and Shafts

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Passive Housing Gets Large.

Kiln Apartments in Oregon.

The Kiln Apartments of Portland, Oregon are position to be one of the largest mixed-use, multi-family buildings at such high energy efficient standards.

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Understanding Thermal Bridges.

The Designer's Guide.

What are the effective solutions for mitigating the thermal bridging effect?

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Innovation in Design.

Novartis Complex in Cambridge.

The Boston Globe titles it as, "one of ten projects that will change innovation landscape in Boston and Cambridge".

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Developers in Control.

Improved Appearance and Comfort.

New York architect turned developer is solving thermal bridging in luxury manhattan condomiums.

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Schöck Case Studies

Schöck products have been used throughout the world in thousands of projects.

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Continuing Education

Gain Building Performance Knowldege with our CEU Courses.

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Schöck Blog

Insights from the Schöck team.



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