In this case, Warren Roofing was not on-site at the onset of the project. After an initial company failed to meet project expectations, our team came in late to the show but stepped up big time to get things back on track. The Warren team worked alongside the other contracts as they began to build the structure that would hold the roof and alongside a team of steelworkers and electricians, all working in unison.
The panels were Garland Steel Radius roofing panels and each of them was cut to a different length for visual impact. Each panel had to be insulated, so the team stayed with Garland products and laid insulation as well as a vapor barrier to eliminate moisture drive concerns.
It wasn’t easy, but the crew planned each weekend’s schedule in accordance with the on-site electricians and steelworkers to ensure that no one was stepping on anyone else’s toes throughout the process. It made for tight quarters, but in the end, everything came together beautifully: the roof was completed, and the job was a success.