CENTRIA goes beyond beauty and performance to provide sustainable design options. Our commitment to sustainability has resulted in some of the most innovative building products on the market today. CENTRIA meets the sustainability needs of customers by developing environmentally friendly products, reducing our overall consumption of energy and harmful chemicals and continuing on the path of social responsibility. Read more below how CENTRIA can help you incorporate our energy-efficient products into your next project.
The Advantages of a Metal Building for your Green Project
Whether your goal is to achieve LEED Certification or build a green and sustainable building, CENTRIA is committed to assist. CENTRIA's panels are the solution to your building envelope offering a variety of aesthetically insulated metal products to compete in today's architectural industry. Not only do insulated metal panel buildings require less material than traditional buildings but is also a more cost-effective solution.
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The latest evolution of insulated metal panels enables the architectural community to push the envelope further and create a more sustainable building environment for the future. Formawall with Halogen-Free Foam is the subject of a health product declaration (HPD) through the HPD Collaborative. This self-disclosed transparency program provides in-depth ingredient reporting for an exceptional level of transparency for architects and building owners.
CENTRIA is part of the Cornerstone Building Brands family. As the demand for environmentally friendly construction materials grows, so does our emphasis on creating green products. Cornerstone Building Brands manufactures components that, when used as part of a high-performance building, support the environmental, economic and health criteria taken into account when determining a project's overall sustainability. Our products can help buildings meet the requirements needed for certification by the various government and non-government agencies setting green standards, including the U.S. government's ENERGY STAR program and the U.S. Green Building Council's LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (LEED) program.