Washington University School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Research Building

St. Louis, MOPrintable Version

Project Size:  4,000 square feet

Project Scope: This project involved removing approximately 4,000 sq. ft. of concrete pavers, roof membrane and saturated tapered insulation to expose the structure’s concrete deck. As many of these roof items would be reused, RSS was responsible for field-verifying reusable components and properly disposing of damaged components.

After removing the existing roofing materials, RSS installed new tapered insulation, 80 mil Versico PVC white membrane and reinstalled the concrete pavers. One new roof drain was added to improve drainage. Access to the 12th floor cooling tower was limited, so RSS had to bring all material in carts through the loading dock, up an elevator and through a penthouse door. All waste materials were transported out of the building in large wheeled bins in a similar manner.

WashU-After_1 - Versico PVC white membrane
School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Research Building
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School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Research Building
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School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Research Building
WashU-After_4 - Versico PVC white membrane
School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Research Building

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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