NEW ROOF INSTALLATION AT THE ERMAN BIOLOGY BUILDING, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
The University of Chicago was looking for a new roof on the Erman Biology Center building. They wanted everything new and updated while retaining its historical look. The job called for a classic red interlocking tile with architectural copper metal in various thicknesses. Field fabrication was needed to accommodate the oversized gutter, along with shop fabrication of all the ornamental pieces, i.e. the ridge, cornice, louvers, standing-seam panels, and finials. The job also took careful preparation to assure safety of the pedestrians, students, and property inside and out. For more information or to request a custom quote, please contact us today.
|Product Description||This biology research building was in need of a new roof.|
|Capabilities Applied/Processes||Primary: |
Removal of Existing Roof
|Overall Roof Dimensions||15,000 sq. ft.|
|Challenges||Very detailed architectural sheet metal. |
Mobility and Scaffolding constraints.
|Additional Facts||Built custom specific pieces in-house and assembled on-site.|
|Industry for Use||Biology Research Industry|
|Time Frame||Installation Date: October 2011 - April 2012|
|Delivery Location||Chicago, Illinois|
|Standards Met||Customer Specifications|
|Project Name||Biology Research Building|