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® 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…

University of Texas Arlington dormitory turns to Henry® to build a healthier and more luxurious dormitory at an affordable cost

The University of Texas Arlington wanted to provide students with more luxurious dormitory lifestyle options, but wanted to do so in an affordable way. A new dormitory scheduled for construction called…

Henry® Green Roof System helps Federal Office Building go even greener

Built in 1936 and LEED-certified in 2013 after a renovation, San Francisco’s 50 United Nations Plaza Federal Office Building is a stately neoclassical-style structure and a cornerstone of the city’s Civic…

Henry® 790-11 Hot Rubberized Asphalt Waterproofing Membrane is keeping Mount Rushmore’s Visitor Center dry

The Mount Rushmore Visitor Center features a large plaza deck constructed of multiple-joint concrete flooring panels and limestone pavers. The National Park Service received approval to restore the plaza…

Henry® Green Roof System enables University of Miami to install vegetated roofs along hurricane superhighway

The University of Miami wanted to demonstrate its commitment to environmental sustainability by installing green roofs onto its new Lakeside Village student housing complex. The 25 roof decks were designed…

Henry® provides waterproofing protection to make The Vessel at Hudson Yards a reality

The Vessel is the centerpiece of Manhattan’s Hudson Yards complex, the largest mixed-use private real-estate project in American history. The structure’s more than 100 pieces of steel were being shipped…