Monona Terrace


Monona Terrace

Making this Frank Lloyd Wright design - proposed for Monona in his native Wisconsin - an iconic reality

  • Category

    Waterproofing Solutions
  • Completed

  • Type

    Hospitality & Entertainment
  • Size

    1,070 squares


59 years in the making, the design for the iconic curvilinear Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center linking the shore of Lake Monona to the State Capitol was first proposed by native Wisconsinite Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938. When it was finally built in 1997, Siplast was chosen to solve the significant challenges the design presented, including application in extremely cold weather.


  • Siplast Paradiene 20 TG and Teranap offer durability that was required for the expansive plaza deck. In temperatures as low as 10°F, the torch application of Teranap, Siplast's high-performance SBS-modified bitumen waterproofing system was not a problem. The 2-meter width of Teranap rolls offered fewer laps.

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