Florida college gets copper-paneled roof

October 01, 2007 |

While designing Florida State University's new College of Medicine building, architects HOK and Elliot Marshall Innes wanted the building to be distinct yet harmonious with campus style. They opted for a Petersen Aluminum mansard roof. Belmac Roofing Company, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., installed more than 32,000 sf of unpainted 16-oz. copper Snap-Clad panels and 10,000 sf of copper flat stock. Produced in factory-formed lengths of up to 55 feet, Petersen's Snap-Clad panels are corrective leveled to provide flatness. Available in 36 standard colors on steel and 34 standard colors on aluminum.

Petersen Aluminum Input No. 205 at BDCnetwork.com/quickResponse

 

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