August 2005
Search    

Photo gallery

Previous Next Page: 1 of 2

W. Douglas "Doug" Fields, principal and senior vice president of Certified Roofing Systems & Contracting Corp., Bladensburg, Md., with his wife, Laurel.

From the article: Flashings
Issue: August 2005



Photo courtesy of the National Institute of Safety and Health.

From the article: Understanding a complex killer
Issue: August 2005



Any employee involved in installing the roof system in NIOSH's study, whether involved in cutting tiles or not, had the potential for overexposure to respirable silica and noise.

Photo courtesy of the National Institute of Safety and Health.

From the article: Understanding a complex killer
Issue: August 2005



Exposures from cutting cement roof tiles can exceed OSHA's PEL.

Photo courtesy of the National Institute of Safety and Health.

From the article: Understanding a complex killer
Issue: August 2005



Aerial view of Southern California Edison, Rosemead, Calif., headquarters

Photo courtesy of Cabral Roofing & Waterproofing Corp., Montebello, Calif.

From the article: Silent construction
Issue: August 2005



Application of the aggregate surfacing

Photo courtesy of Cabral Roofing & Waterproofing Corp., Montebello, Calif.

From the article: Silent construction
Issue: August 2005



The new lightweight insulating tapered concrete deck

Photo courtesy of Cabral Roofing & Waterproofing Corp., Montebello, Calif.

From the article: Silent construction
Issue: August 2005



The finished BUR system

Photo courtesy of Cabral Roofing & Waterproofing Corp., Montebello, Calif.

From the article: Silent construction
Issue: August 2005



Christina E. Erbsen

From the article: Events
Issue: August 2005


Previous Next Show all results Page: 1 of 2
NRCA NRCA