Brand Studio for Dow
The pandemic, it is clear, has brought many changes to society. Among them, there is one that remains a bit more muted but has to do with a central aspect of our lives: the ways in which we build and live in our homes.
The revaluation of natural surroundings, a greater geographic dispersion and especially new sustainable building models are some of the central aspects of this new paradigm that is here to stay.
A webinar for the whole community
As part of your campaign “Builders of Tomorrow”, Dow, one of the most important chemical and petrochemical companies in Argentina, with more than 60 years of presence in the country, will present the next Wednesday 25 at 10 AM a virtual event where they will be treated many of these issues.
Registration for the webinar is free and is done via the web.
Under the title “How we can accelerate the future of the construction industry”, the webinar will review trends and regulations on energy efficiency, the new ones safer and more sustainable materials and the relationship between the development of Argentina, sustainability and the reduction of carbon emissions, among other aspects.
Moderated by Miguel Jurado, the event will be attended by special guests such as Stefan junestrand, an expert architect in topics related to smart cities and buildings, and Diego orgonez, President of Dow Argentina.
The registration is free and is done in this web page.
The house of the future, today
According to the global network World Green Building Council, the industry of Civil construction is one of the sectors that more impact generates in the environment, being responsible for almost the 40% of carbon emissions of the atmosphere.
Current solutions for a key industry in the construction of the future.
In this context, it is more than a priority to develop strategies to lessen those effects and take care of the planet.
Construction companies are taking action on the matter and among their initiatives is the development of products that allow optimize energy consumption of units through better thermal isolation, greater safety and comfort due to the fire resistance and acoustic insulation they provide. Also, by reducing construction time, and also the amount of waste, these new solutions achieve reduce water consumption and other important natural resources.
The imposing San Juan Bicentennial Theater, built with panels with Dow technology with great thermal and acoustic behavior.
With Dow technology, and manufactured by Grupo LTN, the thermal insulation panels with polyurethane (PUR) and polyisocyanurate (PIR) technology and the rigid sprayed polyurethane foam are great examples of those new technologies, recently implemented in the majestic Bicentennial Theater, in the province of San Juan.
With 8,600 m2 and a capacity for 1,100 spectators, the theater was designed under the same acoustic model as the lyrical room of the Colon Theater from Buenos Aires and built with panels developed with Dow technology with excellent thermal and acoustic behavior.