BAUTEX IS DESIGN SIMPLIFIED
A Complete Wall System
The Bautex Wall System is a completely integrated wall solution that eliminates the complexity, challenge, and risk that architects face designing conventional wall assemblies using various building products from multiple manufacturers. Bautex simplifies design by providing structure and all building envelope control layers (water, air, water vapor, and thermal) in one system.
One System, Multiple Solutions
Architects face different design goals and challenges on every project that must be addressed, which increases the cost of design and risk to the firm. With conventional wall assembly design, project requirements force architects to spend time adjusting and adding to their base designs. With the Bautex Wall System, most of these challenges are already addressed, including:
- Meeting building and energy codes
- Energy efficiency
- Fire safety
- Windstorm protection
- Sound reduction
- Occupant health and comfort
- Design freedom and flexibility
Design Freedom and Flexibility
Architects know that great building design is both functional and experiential. High performing, yet, at the same time inspirational. The Bautex Wall System balances both sides of that equation, achieving the highest building performance while providing architects the flexibility to design freely. Bautex Blocks are easy to modify and can be manipulated to create many shapes including arches, irregular corners, and even curved walls. Bautex makes even the most complex designs simple.
THE BAUTEX WALL SYSTEM CONTRIBUTES TO YOUR SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
The Bautex Wall System has contributed to projects that have achieved top green building certifications, including LEED Platinum, the highest level of achievement recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Bautex is committed to helping architects, engineers, contractors and owners to construct the most sustainable, healthy, and resilient buildings possible today. As a Texas-based manufacturer of high performance building systems, Bautex can support construction projects across the Southwest seeking to achieve sustainable design goals.
- Maximizing building energy efficiency
- Improving building occupant health, safety and welfare
- Creating quiet and thermally comfortable indoor spaces
- Increasing building resilience and lifespan
- Incorporation of post-industrial recycled content
- Offering regionally manufactured building materials