By Shawn Zuver
By Scott Moffatt
By Julie Geyer
Posted: Oct 22, 2020
The original standing seam metal roof over the Cancer Center at CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas was peppered with white repair material at the seams, in the valleys, at transitions and around penetrations. The new roof - Garland's R-Mer® Loc metal panel system - was carefully and meticulously engineered to ensure complete watertight protection of the 25,000-plus sq. ft. facility.
Posted: Oct 19, 2020
Woodstock, NY is best known as the site of a small music festival that made some news in 1969. But it’s also a bucolic, Upstate New York village that prides itself on its own style of quirky, small-town charm. A recently opened affordable-rental project features buildings designed to fit into the area’s rural character, topped by metal roof panels from Petersen.
Posted: Oct 12, 2020
It might be a stretch to say that divine intervention played a part in the connection between long-time Star Building Systems builder G&W Builders and Reliance Church in Temecula, CA., but it certainly worked out to be a successful outcome for them both when Reliance Church was looking for the perfect team to build their new church amid the lush landscape and mountainous terrain of their hometown.
Posted: Sep 28, 2020
A stunning copper Field-Lok standing seam roof is showcased on the 1863 Club at the historic Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, NY. The building won first place for the category of commercial roofs in ATAS International’s project of the year awards for 2019.
Posted: Sep 21, 2020
For building owners in the island city of Galveston, Texas, good design isn’t only about aesthetics – it’s also about survivability. Their city was nearly wiped off the map in the devastating Hurricane of 1900, so every renovation decision comes down to a balance of beauty and resilience. The new Petersen metal roof installed on the city’s historic St. Patrick church meets both criteria, helping to secure the structure’s landmark status for decades to come.
Posted: Aug 24, 2020
It takes a special roofer to agree to recover a 20-year-old roof that’s been leaking since it was installed. Armed with his own roll former that produces McElroy Metal’s 238T symmetrical standing seam panel, Marty May is that kind of special.