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Robinson with his son Jeremiah (far left), wife Teresa (left center) and daughter Keli Ann (far right)

From the article: Flashings
Issue: December 2008



Polymer-modified bitumen roof membrane surface treatments have been introduced to the market during the past three or four years.

Photos courtesy of Siplast, Irving, Texas

From the article: Crude yet refined
Issue: December 2008



Be aware there are many issues that should be ruminated before choosing a bright white membrane simply because it is the "cool" thing to do.

Photos courtesy of Siplast, Irving, Texas

From the article: Crude yet refined
Issue: December 2008



This roof hatch curb option is used for direct installation onto a standing-seam roof panel.

Photos courtesy of The Bilco Co., New Haven, Conn.

From the article: Roof Hatch Basics
Issue: December 2008



A ladder access hatch with a retractable safety post can be attached to a fixed ladder. The post provides a positive handhold for workers entering or exiting the hatch.

Photos courtesy of The Bilco Co., New Haven, Conn.

From the article: Roof Hatch Basics
Issue: December 2008



A large opening in a service stair roof hatch allows workers to easily bring tools and equipment to a rooftop.

Photos courtesy of The Bilco Co., New Haven, Conn.

From the article: Roof Hatch Basics
Issue: December 2008



More than 1,000 cubic yards of growing medium and more than 160,000 sedum plants were installed on the building's second-floor rooftop.

Photo courtesy of Sky-Shots Aerial Photography Inc., Atlanta

From the article: Green acres
Issue: December 2008



Before installing the overburden, Construction Services loose-laid a polypropylene composite with a drainage core and a water-retention fabric on one side on the waterproofed deck.

Photo courtesy of Colbond Inc., Enka, N.C.

From the article: Green acres
Issue: December 2008



The completed Birmingham Social Security Administration Center has achieved LEED® Silver Certification.

Photo courtesy of Opus South Corp., Atlanta

From the article: Green acres
Issue: December 2008


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