A Cut Above the Rest

BRICKFAST's unique design allows thin bricks to mechanically fasten to the panel. This patented design uses precision cuts to ensure a smooth, secure fit.

About Us
BPG specializes in energy efficient masonry systems with emphasis on the building envelope. This is the most significant building component and has the greatest impact on lowering energy consumption, improving indoor air quality, decreasing construction costs and minimizing waste.

BPG focuses on wall systems low in embodied energy that are highly resistant to fire, moisture, seismic, insects, rodents, and have high sound transmission class [STC] ratings.

BPG Objectives:

Building's Usable Life
Structure's Durability

Construction Labor Hours
Material Waste
Life Cycle Operating Costs
Maintenance Expense

Existing Buildings through Retrofit

About Us
Advantages of AAC
  • Lightweight
  • Acoustically beneficial
  • Offers design versatility
  • Durable
  • Energy efficient
  • Structural
  • Long lasting
  • Environmentally friendly (Green)
  • Weather resistant
  • Compatible
  • Mold resistant
  • Easy to use
  • Fire resistant
  • Termite & pest resistant
  • Cost effective
  • Non-combustible
  • Reduced construction time
Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is an environmentally friendly building material that is used to save energy and enhance the quality of the built environment. AAC has wide usage in Europe, be it for loadbearing, non-loadbearing, interior, exterior and even below grade wall use. Its use has expanded over the past decades to Asia and other markets across the globe.

The environmentally friendly attributes of AAC provide distinct advantages to building designs when it is used to address "green" or sustainable building concerns. Many of these beneficial attributes are recognized by the LEEDTM Green Building Rating System 2.0, which is being used by architects and designers to achieve the environmental benefits and advantages promulgated by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). State and local governments are moving towards requiring that government buildings reduce energy use and implement "green" construction practices. Both New York and Oregon provide tax credits for the construction of sustainable buildings.

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC)