Their challenge

Built in 2001, the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services had a long history of chronic leaks and a worn-out roof membrane at the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, which continually impacted the organization’s maintenance costs and ability to provide services.

Our solution

As a consultant to the project architect, we designed a system that removed the existing thermoplastic polyolefin roof membrane, replaced the wet insulation, and covered new and existing insulation with gypsum cover boards to form a wind-resistant substrate for the new polyvinyl chloride (PVC) roof membrane. We also identified and eliminated numerous leak paths in walls above the roofing via our well-crafted detail drawings.