Building enclosure design guidelines for freezers and cold storage facilities|Specialty Buildings Column Series, Part 5 of 6

March 30, 2009
Publication: Building Design & Construction
Author(s): Sean OBrien

Online content only|Abstract: Cold storage facilities can be thought of as typical, heated buildings turned inside out. Instead of designing to keep heat in during cold weather, they are designed to keep it out.|This special report is the fifth installment of a six-part series from Sean O'Brien on moisture-related design for specialty buildings.