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Eckville & District Emergency Services Building

Robertson Building Systems

Camdon Construction of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, used a 150' x 64' Robertson building to build the Eckville & District Emergency Services project. The building features a Robertson SSR standing seam roof and A-36 wall panels.

Robertson’s A-36 panels are 36" wide and feature 1"-deep flutes on 12" centers to provide an aethetically pleasing profile. The attachment of the panels is achieved with thru-fastening color-matched fasteners. Because the fasteners are located in the 1"-deep flutes, they are semi-hidden, resulting in a clean, uniform appearance.

Robertson’s 24"-wide SSR Roof Panels are machine-seamed together with a full 360-degree Pittsburgh double lock 2-7/8" above the drainage surface of the roof for weathertightness. The panels are available in 22 or 24 gauge thicknesses and offered with a mill aluminum-zinc finish or in a choice of several attractive colors. They are attached using a specially designed two-piece clip that features a sliding tab and attaches the roof panels to the structural system, thus eliminating a panel-to-structural penetration. This special clip also permits the roof to accommodate the movement caused by temperature variations. The concealed clip also uses a standoff design to minimize compression of the insulation, resulting in greater thermal efficiency. An R-value of 17.29 can be achieved using 6 inches of fiberglass insulation. Robertson’s SSR roof system carries a Class 90 wind uplift rating from Underwriters Laboratories (UL).

About Robertson Building Systems

Robertson Building Systems logoRobertson Building Systems, an NCI company, supplies engineered building systems. For more information, visit www.robertsonbuildings.com.

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