Terre Haute, Indiana
General Contractor | Hannig Construction
Architect | Ratio Architects
Indiana State University’s College of Health and Human Services is spending $64 million to modernize and expand the former Arena Building, which was built in the 1960s. Work includes major upgrades to improve temperature control and air quality in the building as well as technology improvements. Interior space will be reconfigured to enable academic programs to function more efficiently. The project also includes an 87,000-square-foot expansion to house new academic programs and accommodate existing programs now housed elsewhere on the Indiana State campus.
Superior Insealators provided and installed a WR Meadows Airshield Self-adhering Sheet Air, Water, and Vapor Barrier System to the exterior walls of the new construction addition. This system ensures the building stays dry and energy efficient for optimum performance and comfort.
The installation of this system was verified by multiple third-party groups who performed Commissioning on the entire building upon completion. This project was also monitored and inspected utilizing the Quality Assurance Program by the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA).