Thermomass affords Meadow Burke sandwich wall technology platform

Sources: Meadow Burke LLC, Tampa, Fla.; CP staff

Major concrete accessories and hardware player Meadow Burke has acquired Boone, Iowa-based Thermomass, which offers patent-protected insulation systems for precast, tilt-up and cast-in-place walls. The deal extends a portfolio Meadow Burke expanded earlier this summer by acquiring Bowco Industries, a utility and underground-precast accessory specialist.

Thermomass engineers fiber-composite connectors and rigid insulation board for composite and non-composite wall systems, accounting for exterior and interior temperature differences while curtailingBR-ThermomassPC2-400
energy efficiency-lowering thermal bridges. Since a 1980 debut, the Thermomass System NC—proprietary connectors and extruded polystyrene or polyisocyanurate board—has been specified for cast-in-place and precast projects representing 100 million-plus square feet of wall area.


BR-ThermomassMN-400“In addition to strengthening [our] product offering for manufacturers of sandwich wall panels, Thermomass will serve as a platform for future growth in composite connection systems,” says Meadow Burke President Jan Olsen. “This acquisition demonstrates our commitment to leading the way in bringing best-in-class, innovative concrete accessories to market.”

“The combination of capabilitiesBR-Thermomass-400
between our two companies will provide significant opportunities for our respective businesses, customers and employees,” adds Thermomass President Tom Stecker, who will continue to lead an existing management team.

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