Project Profiles

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Henry products have been used in various buildings and architectural projects around the world. Read to learn more about how these products were used, and how they may be able to assist you if you are working on a similar project.

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Henry® helps assisted living facilities meet regulatory and budget requirements

Planning and building any multifamily project is a challenge, but an assisted living facility is especially complex. Just ask Nick Smith, Senior Project Manager for PDG Construction Services.

Henry® helps new urban condo units stay moisture-free and energy-efficient for years to come

Located in Berkeley’s Southwest neighborhood, 739 Channing Way is a new 22,500 square foot condo development featuring 15 high-end, energy-efficient units. The property owner wanted a structure that would…

Henry® Fortifiber® 1-2-3 Moisture Control System™ to protect new mixed-use mid-rise at the “Home of the Blues”

Rising along the banks of the Mississippi River in the blues music mecca of Memphis, The Landing at One Beale is a 5-story, mixed-use building with 232 residential units. To help protect the building’s…

Protecting “100-year” Hilton Head estate home from extreme coastal conditions

When architect John Pittman and company started designing a new family estate home for a rugged section of Hilton Head Island, they knew they would need a superior weatherization system. The home would…

Henry® Blueskin® VP100 helps 19th century farmhouse slash energy costs and meet modern energy codes

Built in 1842, this Connecticut farmhouse had a charming sense of history and a desperate need for weatherization. A wood cladding exterior and complete lack of insulation or weather-resistive barrier…

Henry® weather-resistive barrier system provides high-performance protection for low-income housing

Elliott/Drinkward, an experienced multi-family framing contractor with over 16 million square feet framed, primarily frames projects classified as “affordable housing.” When it came to The Spark project…