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Photo 1: Ragged edges, flaking and discoloration are telltale signs of corrosion.

Photo courtesy of the Copper Development Association.

From the article: Explaining copper corrosion
Issue: October 2004



Photo 2: St. Joseph's oratory in Montreal is an example of a long-lived copper roof in a high-acid-rain area.

Photo courtesy of the Copper Development Association.

From the article: Explaining copper corrosion
Issue: October 2004



Working on a busy college campus was a challenge.

Photo courtesy of Burton Construction Inc., Spokane, Wash.

From the article: A slippery slope
Issue: October 2004



A steel roof system was chosen to cover the administration building.

Photo courtesy of Burton Construction Inc., Spokane, Wash.

From the article: A slippery slope
Issue: October 2004



The administration building is designated as a landmark by the National Register of Historic Places.

Photo courtesy of Burton Construction Inc., Spokane, Wash.

From the article: A slippery slope
Issue: October 2004



Winter weather caused substantial delay while the building was being reroofed.

Photo courtesy of Burton Construction Inc., Spokane, Wash.

From the article: A slippery slope
Issue: October 2004



Much of the roof surface was covered with green steel roofing panels that resemble a copper roof patina.

Photo courtesy of Burton Construction Inc., Spokane, Wash.

From the article: A slippery slope
Issue: October 2004



Hupp, general manager of Mader Roofing Co. Inc., Oak Park, Ill.

From the article: Details
Issue: October 2004


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