EnduraMax,a high-performance wall system by Oldcastle Architectural, is a sponsor of the Green Schoolhouse Series project, an effort to construct green schoolhouses across the country.
The first Green Schoolhouse Series project is a 6,000-square-foot school in Phoenix, Ariz. It serves as the launching pad for state-of-the-art green schoolhouses across the country on Title 1, low-income, public school campuses.
EnduraMax is donating approximately 7,200 sq. ft. of its Morency stone to be used on the exterior walls of the Green Schoolhouse project at Roadrunner Elementary.
“We’re thrilled to be involved in the Green Schoolhouse Series to help build safe, clean, green learning environments for children,” said Michael Rohrer, Product Manager for EnduraMax. “EnduraMax is ideal for this project because it boasts an unmatched R-13.6 insulation factor and drainage channels that prevent moisture accumulation, qualifying for LEED certification.”
The inaugural Green Schoolhouse being built at Roadrunner Elementary will be the first LEED-Platinum designed K-12 school built in Arizona and the first LEED-Platinum designed K-12 public school anywhere in the world built entirely by volunteers, according to organizers.