When thinking about the Boys and Girls Club of America, energy efficiency might not be one of the first topics that comes to mind. Frankly, it might not even be one of the categories you would even associate with this organization. In the case of the Hobbs, New Mexico location it’s exactly one of the reasons we’re showcasing it as the latest EIFS in the Spotlight project by Sto Corp.
As it’s widely known, exterior insulation and finish systems provide superior energy efficiency benefits in addition to an attractive appearance. This new addition to the Hobbs area achieves both of these attributes with ease.
This 28,000 square foot project is more than just another building, and is the home of one of the more recognizable and well-respected organizations in the United States. Sto Corp has completed a building that will used for years to come, by an organization that will continue to do great things in their community.
Here’s an additional look at the Boys and Girls Club of America in Hobbs:
Every project has a team that helped make it a reality. Here is the team behind this month’s EIFS in the Spotlight:
Distributor – Chaparral Las Cruces
Project Type – Sports/Convention/Entertainment Complex
Architect – Rohde May Keller McNamarra
Applicator – Contreras Construction Corporation
General Contractor – HB Construction of Albuquerque