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).