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Collins with his wife Sabrina and daughter Josie Charlotte

From the article: Flashings
Issue: October 2008



Photo 1: Movement of moisture-laden air through insulation joints to this membrane's underside resulted in condensation.

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: A matter of opinion
Issue: October 2008



Photo 2: Ice accumulation up to 1/2 of an inch thick has been observed in laps.

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: A matter of opinion
Issue: October 2008



Photo 3: This masonry wall expanded so much the control joints squeezed shut and mortar debonded, resulting in moisture intrusion and deterioration.

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: A matter of opinion
Issue: October 2008



Photo 4: Ballast coverage of 17 pounds per square foot or greater and concrete pavers provide greater benefits than cool roof membranes.

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: A matter of opinion
Issue: October 2008



Double-lock standing-seam copper roofing was installed on some of Ave Maria's condominiums and shops.

Photo courtesy of Crowther Roofing & Sheet Metal of Florida Inc., Fort Myers

From the article: Roofing a town
Issue: October 2008



Crowther Roofing & Sheet Metal of Florida installed polymer-modified bitumen and tile roof systems on six town center buildings, which surround an oratory.

Photo courtesy of Crowther Roofing & Sheet Metal of Florida Inc., Fort Myers

From the article: Roofing a town
Issue: October 2008



Construction in progress on Ave Maria's six town center buildings

Photo courtesy of Crowther Roofing & Sheet Metal of Florida Inc., Fort Myers

From the article: Roofing a town
Issue: October 2008


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