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Case Study

Nulok's versatility adds an agreeable lift in style and sustainability to Alaska

While planning their new 120,000 square ft. integrated science building for their Anchorage campus; The University of Alaska needed a fresh solution that would allow them the flexibility and quality to accomplish consensus and agreement from multiple state-holders some of which often have competitive goals.  The entire $91M project was to feature break-through sustainable design solutions with-out sacrificing requirements for a high degree of reliability and functional durability. Nulok Slate Cladding ticked the boxes on all the key specification requirements including;

  • The longevity of cladding.
  • Aesthetic and environmental appeal of natural slate.
  • Cost effectiveness performance goals met.
  • Cost savings as a result of shorter installation time.
  • High wind and earthquake resistance.
  • Continual air circulation around the cladding and installation design solved moisture/mould concerns.
  • Contribution to energy efficiency through Nu-Lok's superior insulating factor.
  • Ease of Slate tile removal for maintenance/service to the building.