St. Luke’s Church

A complete building envelope survey was performed of the St. Luke’s Church building in Park Ridge, Illinois. The survey identified the location and extent of surface deficiencies as well as conditions which were adversely affecting the interior/exterior masonry walls and installed roof systems. The survey findings led to both masonry and roofing projects to address the identified issues. Complicated detailing was a result of the building’s plan and configuration. The original building, constructed in 1928, consists of masonry bearing walls...

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Lora Batchelor Middle School

The comprehensive hardscape project at Lora Batchelor Middle School for the Monroe County Community School Corporation replaced asphalt and concrete pavements, including the reconfiguration of vehicle (automobile and bus) and pedestrian traffic routes. The project design involved the undercutting and rebuilding of select areas of deteriorated pavements; milling and reconstruction of asphalt paving based on traffic and drainage requirements; installation of curbing to control storm water runoff; removal and replacement of deteriorated concrete pedestrian pavements and stairs. A thorough pre-design...

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Henry Harrison High School

The re-roofing project on the William Henry Harrison High School in West Lafayette, Indiana involved the steep-slope roof areas totaling approximately 15,000 square feet. The existing metal panel finish had deteriorated and surface rusting was occurring at the seams. The new roof system features 4-inches of rigid insulation, a 1/2-inch plywood and synthetic underlayment followed by the installation of a distinctive 24 gauge prefinished galvanized architectural standing seam metal roof. OWNER:TIPPECANOE SCHOOL CORPORATION LOCATION:WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA LEAD CONSULTANT:GREGGORY H. NICHOLS,...

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