Our standard booth roof is all-steel and insulated to R-19 with a three-part Energy Star membrane coating that has a Solar Reflective Index (SRI) of 95 or greater. Roofs will have a fascia or overhang, as indicated on the drawings, and will be designed to drain through a gutter system with downspouts (if applicable). All booths with roof dimensions of 6′ x 8′ or larger have removable lifting eyes for hoisting by crane. Certain states require higher roof insulation, and we know each state’s codes.
16-gauge galvanized steel interior and exterior panels are MIG welded between frames and mullions, creating a self-aligning, unitized structural diaphragm. Engineered into our standard booth building walls is an R-10 continuous external insulation system. For energy compliance, the walls have R-9.6 or R-13 insulation plus an added layer of R-7.5 or higher continuous insulation. In workplaces requiring high-security levels, guard enclosures can be constructed of blast-resistant and bulletproof materials.
Our building frame for standard booths is 2″ x 2″ x .083″, and 3″ x 3″ x .083″ for ballistic booths. Booth framing is cold drawn, electric welded structural mechanical steel and can withstand a wind load up to 220mph.
The 12-gauge galvanized steel plate floor is welded to a 2″ galvanized steel tube floor frame and joists. This floor system is covered with black polyvinyl chloride interlocking tiles and a 4″ base cove. We then weld 1/4″ steel anchor plates to the floor frame’s interior side with pre-drilled holes for anchoring the unit. Floors will have all the required cutouts for electrical, data & communication stub-ups.