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Project Profiles

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Summa Health Patient Tower

This seven-story, 343,000-square-foot Patient Tower for Summa Health is a full-service hospital and the centerpiece of a $350 million system-wide transformational plan. This impressive new facility includes a comprehensive center for breast health, expanded surgery suites and main birthing center with NICU. The design and building team specified 60 MSF of Gold Bond® eXP® Fire-Shield® Sheathing and 48 MSF of Gold Bond® SoundBreak XP Wall® Board.

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The Broad

Founded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad, this museum is home to more than 2,000 contemporary works, and has one of the most prominent holdings of postwar art worldwide. Constructed in 2015, this impressive building includes Gold Bond® XP® Fire-Shield® Gypsum Board and Gold Bond® eXP® Fire-Shield® Sheathing.

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USGBC Headquarters

The US Green Building Council Headquarters project recycled a 1975 building. One of the focal points is the USGBC logo carved into a wall made of 500-year-old salvaged lumber. The building uses Gold Bond® XP® Fire-Shield® Gypsum Board made from byproduct gypsum and recycled paper.

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Virginia Tech Carilion Biomedical Research Expansion

Cutting-edge brain, heart and cancer research will flourish in an expanded facility at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. This newly revamped building – a partnership between Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic – will also house research on metabolism and immunology along with biomaterials and body-device interfaces (electronic devices and apps that transmit data). Half of the funding for this $90-million expansion project is from the state of Virginia with the balance subsidized by Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic.

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