CFE Inc – Working around preinstalled steel beams with 44 recessed roof areas at various elevations were just part of the challenge.
In early 2006, work began to replace the hospital’s old and failing built up roof (BUR). As part of the complete re-rooﬁng project, Duke University Health System officials wanted to incorporate a multi-platform roof-top heliport on its facility to provide enhanced emergency services for its patients as well as a vegetative roof-top patio. Because medical facilities are sensitive environments, officials needed a rooﬁng system that was durable, reliable and resistant to chemicals found in aviation environments.
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