Pittsburgh-based SYNTHEON Inc. is scheduled to showcase its sustainable building envelope solutions during the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo on Oct. 4-7.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Pittsburgh-based SYNTHEON Inc. is scheduled to showcase its sustainable building envelope solutions during the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo on Oct. 4-7.
Two of the company’s signature products include Elemix concrete additive and accel-E Steel Thermal Efficient Panel (S.T.E.P.) Wall System. Elemix additive will be featured in the floor of GreenZone’s High-Performance Medical Facility at Greenbuild, while SYNTHEON will introduce a new 16-gauge, 6-inch accel-E panel.
Attendees are invited to visit the company booth 1431N, located outside of the Concrete Solutions Pavilion, where they can experience the products first-hand and also register to receive a complimentary white paper on the future of lightweight concrete.
“As we prepare to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Greenbuild, it is critical to remember that advancing the building envelope is central to reducing our carbon footprint,” said Antonio Torres, president of SYNTHEON Inc. “In order to build sustainable solutions, an unprecedented level of industry collaboration will be required – utilizing forward-thinking products and technologies.”
Torres said buildings made with SYNTHEON products go up faster, provide more design options, and operate with greater energy efficiency than traditional construction. SYNTHEON will spotlight the features and benefits of the accel-E Wall System, a lightweight, easy-to-install, high-performance wall system that combines the strength and performance of cold-formed steel framing with the superior insulation properties of expandable polystyrene.
Presented by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the annual Greenbuild Conference & Expo provides an opportunity for building professionals to learn about the latest innovations, explore new products and exchange ideas. Greenbuild is the world's largest green building conference and represents all sectors of the green building movement. The conference is being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario.