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Icynene has been recognized by Builder Partnerships as one of its Leading Manufacturer Partners of 2017. The recognition was given during Builder Partnerships’ 13th Annual Networking Reception at the 2018 International Builders' Show in Orlando, Florida. 

"Icynene became a member of Builder Partnerships in 2016 and immediately began delivering value to builder members by helping them understand the implications of new energy code changes," said Monica Wheaton, CEO of Builder Partnerships. “Icynene is a leader in building science research for residential and commercial building construction, and they are willing to share their knowledge and research with builder customers to cost effectively achieve the air sealing and insulation objectives for their homes,” Wheaton said. “Their commitment to supporting home builders is a tremendous example of the value our manufacturer partners bring to our builder members at Builder Partnerships.”

Stephen Crouch, Builder Partnerships vice president of operations, said that Icynene has “paved the way for the adoption of spray foam as a standard form of insulation for many builders throughout the industry. Regardless of the size of the home or the breadth of the application of spray foam throughout the home, the Icynene sales and building science team is positioned to help builders achieve the best results possible.”

Icynene is honored to be recognized by Builder Partnerships. It is the second year in a row that Builder Partnerships recognized Icynene's value. In 2017, Icynene was recognized as a Top New Manufacturing Partner.  

Icynene works to provide true value to the members at Builder Partnerships through the provision of education and support programs


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