Building Science

EPS EXPO 2014, March 12-14, promises to deliver a dynamic intersection of product applications, technology and education in the EPS industry.

The Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness (ESIC) Act calls for the federal government to work with states and private industry to enhance national building codes.

British Columbia builders are using wood in conjunction with other materials on a larger scale than ever before.

The Canadian Housing & Mortgage Corporation released this fact sheet on how to obtain 75 percent space heating energy savings through retrofit.

Here's a look at the demand for various building products, including sheathing, based on the homeownership rate from 2011-2020.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Freddie Mac want to make America's multifamily buildings more energy efficient and affordable, and are teaming up to do so.

Study finds that every million dollars invested in energy-efficiency programs in the region generated $3.87M in economic output, together with 17.28 new jobs.

EPS is an excellent material for insulation applications in building and construction industry, and in the protective packaging application.

Building in compliance with the I-Codes can keep construction costs down, lower insurance rates and reduce utility bills.

A 2012 International Energy Conservation Code change adds continuous air barriers to the list of required inspection items.

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