By Kathi Miller
By Terry Anderson
By Dale Nelson
Posted: Mar 13, 2023
The first-place winner in ATAS International’s 2021 project of the year competition in the residential roofs category is a private residence in Temecula, CA. Dutch Seam panels in Dove Grey 24-gauge steel were chosen by the homeowner. This home’s intricate roof included several roof penetrations and cupolas, as well as varying roof planes and angles.
Posted: Mar 06, 2023
The Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department has been a significant part of life in Prince Frederick, Md., for more than 90 years. So, when it came time to replace the aging structure that housed the organization’s Company 2 and its equipment, community was at the heart of the designers’ plans. Topping the new firehouse is a classic standing-seam metal roof from Petersen that promises to perform just as well as it looks.
Posted: Feb 27, 2023
Industrial recycling services provider Parallel Products is in the business of helping other companies be more green. But it has green goals of its own, and the addition of a 1.9 MW rooftop solar array on a newly constructed bottle recycling facility in New Bedford, MA, helps in that regard. The solar panels are arrayed on more than 150,000 sq. ft. of standing seam metal roofing, attached with PV attachment products from Colorado-based S-5!.
Posted: Jan 09, 2023
The Farone & Son, Inc. Funeral Home in Liverpool, NY won first place in the commercial roofs category in ATAS International’s 2021 project of the year competition. Dutch Seam panels in Classic Bronze .032 aluminum were installed on the roof.
Posted: Nov 23, 2022
In the planning and construction of the Broad Street Self-Storage Facility in San Luis Obispo, CA, the focus was on community...and specifically how the project would fit into it. Thanks to the incorporation of metal roofing and wall panels from McElroy Metal for the project's design, the new business blends nicely into its surroundings.
Posted: Oct 10, 2022
Tedlar® PVF film was selected as a protective roofing material for the Sea Crest Condos in Hilton Head, South Carolina in 2022. The project includes a 6-story building, constructed approximately 20 years prior, which sits directly on the beach of the Atlantic Ocean. The existing steel roof panels and framing of the building were severely corroded and the owner was looking for a long-term solution to withstand an extremely corrosive environment.
Posted: Oct 03, 2022
The Mississippi Center for Emergency Services on the campus of the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson grew out of lessons learned from 2005's Hurricane Katrina. A new headquarters brings together multiple functions in a building that uses metal wall and roof panels from Petersen in multiple profiles to create visual interest in a budget-friendly design.
Posted: Sep 12, 2022
Just west of Denver, nestled among huge red sandstone monoliths in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, is the state’s most celebrated piece of architecture: Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Located in Morrison, CO, Red Rocks' iconic stage was recently outfitted with a larger protective roof form. During its installation, the roof was equipped with a snow retention system from S-5!.