Case Studies

Allegany County Human Resources Development Commission

The organization needed its new headquarters to decrease its occupancy costs – something they could achieve by erecting a LEED-approved facility that was both cost-effective and environmentally friendly. That made the ACCEL-E wall system an attractive choice.

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Birmingham Airport

106,000 square feet of ACCEL-E panels are featured on the new Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport terminal, offering the project significant construction efficiency, thermal efficiency, and sound attenuation.  

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Camp Logan Cement Works

Using ELEMIX allows Camp Logan to cast their Loganlite pads in a one-step manufacturing process.

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Central Michigan University

ELEMIX removed all air entrainment, enhanced pumping, reduced the threat of delamination and reduced pump line from 5” to 3” with no adverse affects on pumping at Central Michigan University.

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Dimond Park Aquatic Center

ACCEL-E Steel Thermal Efficient Wall Panel system provided the ideal thermal performance for the unique conditions of the Dimond Park Aquatic Center in Juneau, Alaska, allowing for considerable energy savings for the lifetime of the building.

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Good Shepherd Church

The church replaced conventional framing and insulation with pre-engineered ACCEL-E panels, manufactured by SYNTHEON to speed up construction time before winter.

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Jerry's Sporting Goods

SYNTHEON ACCEL-E panels were used as non-load bearing curtain wall on a steel frame structure. Spandrel beams carry the load, with the ACCEL-E panels used as the primary exterior wall system, which is then covered by a combination of split-faced block and brick veneer, along with pre-finished metal exterior.

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No Frills Supermarket

ACCEL-E panels allowed for design flexibility, while also promising construction efficiency – always a key consideration.

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PA Drilling Company

The ACCEL-E wall system replaces traditional framing, cavity insulation and continuous rigid foam sheathing components with strong, energy-efficient insulating panels.

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River City Casino

This is one of the longest distances that lightweight concrete has been successfully pumped, placed and finished. ELEMIX provided the developers with increased efficiencies with easy placement, pumping and finishing while reducing building and transportation costs.

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StartingGate Proving Grounds

ACCEL-E provided the solution for both the design objectives and cost considerations, specified as part of the building envelope for the new StartingGate structure.

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True Life Ministries

Although speed and cost provided the initial rationale for choosing the ACCEL-E system, the system's energy savings will actually be of greater value in the long term.

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University Tech. Milenia

ELEMIX allowed GMI to create structural lightweight concrete that increases insulation properties, reduces cracking, finishes faster, provides easier and faster pumping, does not require vibration, and reduces overall cost and construction time.

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