Efficiency and sustainability are important when providing HVAC equipment for government projects. AAON has rooftop equipment with up to 22.5 IEER. The rooftop equipment is constructed of two-inch rigid polyurethane foam panels with G90 galvanized steel on both sides, a thermal break in between, and a closed cell polyurethane foam interior core. The inner wall protects the insulation from moisture damage, prevents microbial growth, and is easy to clean. This rigid cabinet design, with advanced sealing throughout, significantly reduces air leakage and infiltration and saves energy. Two-inch polyurethane foam insulated panels have a thermal resistance of R-value of 13 or greater, which exceeds the R-value of a cabinet with four-inch thick fiberglass construction. They also make the cabinet more rigid and resistant to damage and provide increased sound damping.