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Schöck to Attend BUILDEX EDMONTON March 17th and 18th

Schöck will be highlighting its J22 project in Edmonton at its booth display. J22 is a multi-family development that will use Schöck Isokorb® type CM structural thermal break connections in the residential units to minimize thermal bridging at the concret
Leader in thermal break technology will be attending the BUILDEX EDMONTON show March 17th and 18th at the Edmonton Expo Center, Northlands.

Schöck, leading provider of innovative building solutions, announces its upcoming attendance to the 2015 BUILDEX EDMONTON show taking place March 17th and 18th at the Edmonton Expo Center, Northlands. Schöck will be highlighting its J22 project in booth # 425.

Over 2,500 attendees, 150 exhibits and 35 educational seminars will be part of this year's show which is the largest tradeshow and conference for the construction, renovation, architecture, interior design and property management industries in the city. BUILDEX is produced by Informa, the world's largest conference, training and exposition producer.

"Alberta is a great market for our Isokorb® product and thermal break technology," says Alexander Krenczik, Sales Manager of Schöck. "BUILDEX is an optimal platform to showcase our work and exchange industry knowledge with some of the leaders in the field."

Schöck will be highlighting its J22 project in Edmonton at its booth display. J22 is a multi-family development that will use Schöck Isokorb® structural thermal break connections in the residential units to minimize thermal bridging at the concrete slab to balcony connection. The use of Schӧck Isokorb® saves energy and allows surface temperatures around the balcony to be uniform and consistent, therefore it improves the comfort of the occupants.

Thermal bridging will be the topic March 18th from 8:30-10:00am at the Building Smart by Mitigating Thermal Bridging session presented by Mark Lawton, Sr. Building Science Specialist, Morrison Hershfield Limited. This session will provide essential information for practitioners on the importance of considering thermal bridging and how to use the extensive catalogue of thermal performance data in the guide to evaluate building enclosure thermal performance and its impact on building energy use.

Visit Schöck at BUILDEX EDMONTON March 17th-18th at booth #425.

For more information please contact Schӧck USA Inc. at 855 572 4625 or visit www.schock-us.com.

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