How we earned it: BASF HQ's LEED Double Platinum (Roof Edition)

Posted on June 27, 2013

A sustainable building can only be so with a sustainable roof: it's the proverbial icing on the green-building cake.

 

Which is why, in pursuit of the highest Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) status for our new North American headquarters, we installed a high-performance ELASTOSPRAY® Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) Roofing System.

 

In this downloadable project profile, you'll find details behind the construction of the roof, which not only helped BASF achieve Double Platinum status for its new home, but survived the Hurricane Sandy storms with no leaks or issues.

 

Here's an excerpt:

 

Multiple polyurethane products were used throughout construction, all contributing to the LEED Double Platinum status. When plans to install the roof of this 325,000 square foot building began, the only option was ELASTOSPRAY spray applied polyurethane roofing system, not because it is a BASF product, but because it’s one of the highest rated roofing systems available when it comes to R-value, high wind resistance and overall energy efficiency. There are multiple benefits in choosing a spray polyurethane foam roof….

 

>> Download the project profile here

 

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