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Miles with his grandchildren

From the article: Details
Issue: December 2011



RoofPoint's process-based requirements delineate a path to be followed rather than an arbitrary measure of performance or physical attribute.

Photo courtesy of Tecta America Central Florida, Sanford, Fla.

From the article: A RoofPoint™ Report
Issue: December 2011



Many owners of large buildings whose organizations have embraced Total Quality Management systems, such as ISO 9000, appreciate RoofPoint's process-based approach to roof system sustainability.

Photo courtesy of D.C. Taylor, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

From the article: A RoofPoint™ Report
Issue: December 2011



More insulation than RoofPoint requires frequently is being installed on roof systems and building owners appear to be satisfied with economic payback from those insulation levels.

Photo courtesy of DRI Cos., Irvine, Calif.

From the article: A RoofPoint™ Report
Issue: December 2011



RoofPoint is simple, affordable and can be easily integrated into almost any roofing project with minimal expense.

Photo courtesy of GMS Roofing, Ephrata, Pa.

From the article: A RoofPoint™ Report
Issue: December 2011



The building is a radius building with an unconventional dome

Photo courtesy of Interstate Roofing Inc., Portland, Ore.

From the article: Driving innovation
Issue: December 2011



The roof was covered with a structural metal panel roof system of 0.040-inch-thick mill-finished aluminum.

Photo courtesy of Interstate Roofing Inc., Portland, Ore.

From the article: Driving innovation
Issue: December 2011



A crane and custom-designed crating system were used to load the materials to the roof

Photo courtesy of Interstate Roofing Inc., Portland, Ore.

From the article: Driving innovation
Issue: December 2011



The finished building.

Photo courtesy of Interstate Roofing Inc., Portland, Ore.

From the article: Driving innovation
Issue: December 2011


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