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Foamular 250 extruded foam insulation Foamular ThermaPink 18 extruded foam insulation Foamular 604 extruded foam waterproofing insulation Foamular 1000 extruded foam waterproofing insulation ASJ/SSL II Fiberglas pipe insulation Fiberglas All-Service Duct Wrap Safing insulation/Mineral Wool Fiberglas Curtainwall insulation (CW225), unfaced and FRK foil-faced Sound Attenuation Fire Batts/Mineral Wool, 2" and 3" R-11 foil-faced Fiberglas insulation In short, it will be a monumental building worthy of the nation's capital. Located in a neighborhood with interesting facades, the building will complement the surrounding townhouses with glass, brick, limestone and granite. At night, it will be a big lantern to the city. Grand light-filled spaces will usher visitors to meetings or exhibits. Topping it all off will be the largest ballroom on the East Coast with a panoramic view of Washington's impressive monuments. Working quietly and efficiently to conserve energy and keep everyone warm and cozy inside the building will be a variety of Owens Corning products, including PINK Foamular extruded foam insulation, and a variety of commercial Fiberglas and mineral wool insulation products. Owens Corning All-Service Duct Wrap and ASJ/SSL II Fiberglas pipe insulation were among the first products to go in. Advanced Specialty Contractors, Jessup, Md, installed them. "We've used about 25 truckloads of material so far," says Kevin Sisk, construction superintendent for Advanced Specialty Contractors. "There were about 400 rolls of duct wrap and the rest of it has been pipe covering." No stranger to large projects - Sisk also worked on the National Archive in Adelphi, Md., which included 10 buildings in a single endeavor - he admits that the Convention Center is special. He says the challenges are the same as any other job but they are Owens Corning Products Installed At The New Washington Convention Center:

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