Insulated Metal Panels Growing Importance in Sustainable Construction Practices

Posted by GSP Marketing on March 5, 2024

Nothing overshadows the world’s most popular soccer player, Leo Messi, but the Inter Miami CF star works the midfield at the new AutoNation DRV PNK stadium under some 40,000 square feet of insulated metal panels in the team’s eye-catching black and pink colors.

From soccer stadiums to massive...

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Construction, Energy, Sustainability

Building Cold Storage: Key Considerations and the Role of Insulated Metal Panels

Posted by GSP Marketing on December 18, 2023

When it comes to constructing cold storage facilities, meticulous planning and careful consideration of various factors are essential to ensure the preservation of perishable goods.

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Topics: Cold Storage, Insulated Metal Panels, Construction, Energy

The Benefits of Insulated Metal Panels (IMPs)

Posted by GSP Marketing on October 23, 2023

The benefits of insulated metal panels (IMPs) are helping change the landscape of construction projects as these innovative materials are evolving to meet the diverse needs of a wide array of industries.

These panels are designed to provide excellent thermal insulation, weather resistance, and...

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Energy, Sustainability

Go for Green: Make Insulated Metal Panels Part of a Sustainable Solution

Posted by GSP Marketing on October 8, 2021

As the $221.1 billion commercial construction industry continues to rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic downturn, sustainability of future projects continues to be a major focus.

The construction industry added 22,000 jobs on net in September, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, with...

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Metal Roofing, Energy

Reducing Energy Costs in Commercial Buildings

Posted by GSP Marketing on July 28, 2021

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering and the Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation released a study July 22 that concluded that “as cities grapple with climate change, making commercial buildings more efficient is a key part of the solution.”

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Topics: Energy