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In 1995, a self-adhered roof system was installed on low-slope roof areas of the Braun Music Center at Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.

Photo courtesy of Soprema Inc., Wadsworth, Ohio.

From the article: Will self-adhered roof systems stick?
Issue: March 2003



This picture shows a self-adhered application project in Atlanta.

Photo courtesy of Soprema Inc., Wadsworth, Ohio.

From the article: Will self-adhered roof systems stick?
Issue: March 2003



This picture shows a self-adhered application project in Atlanta.

Photo courtesy of Soprema Inc., Wadsworth, Ohio.

From the article: Will self-adhered roof systems stick?
Issue: March 2003



The Texas-based Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth features reflecting ponds.

Photo courtesy of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

From the article: A modern masterpiece
Issue: March 2003



The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth features a sculpture—Vortex, 2002—created by Richard Serra. The steel sculpture sits on an extended walkway in front of the museum and rises 27 feet (8 m) above the museum.

Photo courtesy of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

From the article: A modern masterpiece
Issue: March 2003



The pictures show typical roof areas between galleries. Metal shades were installed between the iron members to screen natural light entering the galleries through windows.

Photo courtesy of Johns Manville Roofing Systems, Denver.

From the article: A modern masterpiece
Issue: March 2003



The pictures show typical roof areas between galleries. Metal shades were installed between the iron members to screen natural light entering the galleries through windows.

Photo courtesy of Johns Manville Roofing Systems, Denver.

From the article: A modern masterpiece
Issue: March 2003



The pictures show the museum restaurant's SBS-modified bitumen roof membrane that was flooded with asphalt, embedded gravel and oversized ballast.

Photo courtesy of Johns Manville Roofing Systems, Denver.

From the article: A modern masterpiece
Issue: March 2003



The pictures show the museum restaurant's SBS-modified bitumen roof membrane that was flooded with asphalt, embedded gravel and oversized ballast.

Photo courtesy of Johns Manville Roofing Systems, Denver.

From the article: A modern masterpiece
Issue: March 2003


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