Pershing II Building (Kansas City, MO)

Pershing II Building (Kansas City, MO)

The Pershing II Building was in need of new vehicular expansion joints in its main entrance over parking structure and occupied space. The many directional and elevation changes made this application extremely challenging. Because Thermaflex is a heat weldable santoprene rubber, the applicator was able to provide field welds without compromising the integrity of the joint seal.

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